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What Is Cancer Pain? Signs, Symptoms, And Cancer Pain Management

Cancer pain is often one of the most difficult side effects of the disease. Not only will disease progress and damage the body’s tissues, but the cancer pain after chemotherapy and radiotherapy have patients feeling that it is difficult to manage without m

Aug 22nd, 2019
Staying Healthy And Fit In The Summer Heat

Summer has arrived and with it hotter temperatures. While the fun-filled days at the park or at a family barbeque sounds great, it’s also the perfect time to get in a bit of exposure to those UV rays. What better way to get healthy than by finding a few wa

Aug 8th, 2019
Health Screenings Every Adult Needs

Health screenings are an essential part of prevention as well as early detection of disease. The earlier symptoms are detected, the higher the chance of making a full recovery. That is why all medical professionals, including Maryland Pain & Wellness, advo

Jul 25th, 2019
Osteoarthritis Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment

According to the Arthritis Foundation, as many as 91 million adults and 300,000 children in the United States may suffer from arthritis. Osteoarthritis is a type of arthritis that inflames and breaks down joint cartilage, and about 27 million people curren

Jul 11th, 2019
Finding Relief From Chronic Cancer Pain

Pain is not synonymous with cancer, but you have a higher likelihood when it spreads, recurs, or coincides with your treatment activities. It also comes in many forms and is the consequence of factors like the type of cancer you have, its stage, your level

May 2nd, 2019
7 Reasons To Visit Our Patient Education Page

Have you visited our Patient Education page, yet? We strive to extend beyond the scope of our medical content to include critical health data, patient access to treatment options, and the ability to learn about relevant health and wellness information, our

Apr 4th, 2019
Bone Fracture Healing Process: Repair, Healing Time, And Risks

When you fracture a bone, your body responds with pain to make you aware of the injury. A fracture may also cause injury to the area surrounding the bone including muscles, tendons, cartilage, nerves, ligaments, and blood vessels which result in inflammati

Mar 22nd, 2019
5 Areas In The Body That Are Prone To Chronic Pain

Whether you have aging pains or live with an unhealed illness or injury, you are among more than 100 million Americans who suffer from constant chronic pain. There are some areas in the body that are more prone to chronic pain, so here are a few helpful ti

Mar 7th, 2019
Do You Suffer From Neck Pain? Facts You Need To Know

Neck pain is a widespread occurrence as it often relates to underlying issues like headaches, throat aches, stiffness, or herniated discs. The symptoms that contribute to neck pain include: Medical conditions, disorders, or diseases that involve the nerve

Jan 24th, 2019
Are You Experiencing Facial Pain? When To Contact Your Doctor

Facial pain includes aches in the face, head, mouth, and eye areas. The most common facial pain is from headaches or injuries although it is sometimes attributed to a more severe medical condition. If you are experiencing facial pain, here is critical adv

Jan 10th, 2019
What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? When Should I See A Doctor?

According to research, nearly six percent of adults suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome and is the most commonly diagnosed nerve compression neuropathy. Symptoms often begin with a tingling and numbing feeling in your hand which is because of pressure on th

Dec 27th, 2018
Suffer From Chronic Pain? Acupuncture Is An Effective Treatment

Acupuncture is one of the oldest forms of medicine in Eastern civilizations which descended from Daoism philosophy in which stone-made knives and needles were used for healing. The earliest known written work is the Nei Jing which was composed between 305

Nov 29th, 2018
How Exercise Will Relieve Your Chronic Pain

Do you suffer from chronic pain? Based on research by the American Academy of Pain Medicine, more than 100 million people suffer from chronic pain which costs them about $635 billion annually for medical care. While there are a few different approaches to

Nov 20th, 2018
Understanding The Symptoms Of Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic neuropathy is a common form of nerve damage often found in patients with diabetes. When patients experience high blood sugar, it can lead to full-body injuries, but most often, it occurs in the feet and legs. Whether you already have diabetes or a

Oct 18th, 2018
Everything You Need To Know About Diabetes And Chronic Pain

According to the CDC, more than 29 million Americans have diabetes and another 86 million suffer from prediabetes. Pain is one of the most common symptoms reported to health care professionals in which most classify as a chronic condition. For some patient

Oct 4th, 2018
Ways That Aquatic Therapy Complements Traditional Medicine

Aquatic therapy provides a host of benefits for patients which serves as a secondary source to traditional medicine. The methods of treatment are appropriate for patients of all ages which is why it is an ideal environment for people with varying fitness l

Sep 7th, 2018
Living With Auto-Immune Disorders And Chronic Pain

The function of your immune system is to protect you from illness and disease. In a healthy body, the immune system attacks viruses and bacteria with autoantibodies. For those who have an autoimmune disorder, your immune system mistakenly attacks your norm

Aug 10th, 2018
Cancer And Pain Management

Cancer. It is a word that no person hopes to hear, yet it is all too often spoken by medical professionals around the world. It is also a word that strikes fear because of the unknown. Thankfully, today’s cancer specialists have access to a wide variety of

Jul 27th, 2018
Who Benefits From Physical Therapy?

As with most disciplines in medicine, physical therapy is used to treat a wide range of illnesses, diseases, and conditions which mobility and strength conditioning are critical to treatment plans. The APTA defines a physical therapist as a licensed medica

Jul 13th, 2018
7 Signs That Indicate You Need Pain Management

Whether you experience a new injury or live with chronic pain because of a medical condition, you know that it can be debilitating at times. While the challenges may be different for each person, one thing is for sure: pain, when not properly managed, will

Jun 26th, 2018
Long-Term Medical Issues Associated With Obesity

What exactly qualifies someone as overweight? In medical terms, an obese person is someone whose body mass index exceeds the measurement of thirty. It can be difficult to tell when someone is obese or morbidly obese which is why it is vital to have a medic

Jun 12th, 2018
How Physical And Emotional Stress Affects The Body

Stress will significantly affect your health, both mentally and physically, which will lead to headaches, sleeplessness, and chronic aches and pain in the body. It will also lead to feelings of anxiety and depression and will reduce your energy and produc

May 22nd, 2018
5 Reasons You Should Get Botox Injections

When you hear the word Botox, do you think of wrinkles, crow’s feet, or frown lines? If so, then you are not alone as more than 7 million Americans received Botox injections for cosmetic needs. Doctors also prescribe Botox medically because of its ability

May 15th, 2018
Using Physical and Aquatic Therapy to Relieve Chronic Pain

For people who suffer from chronic pain, every day seems a battle to maintain the quality of life that your friends or family experience. As with any chronic condition, there is a feeling of hopelessness when people think there is no way to overcome it.

May 7th, 2018
How Pain Management Enhances Quality of Life

According to data cited by the American Academy of Pain Medicine, more than 76 million Americans suffer from either chronic or severe pain. Another 50 million experience pain from diabetes, coronary heart disease, and cancer. The report also found that hea

Feb 23rd, 2018