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Do You Feel Pain From A Chronic Disease When You Exercise? Here’s How We Can Help

Exercise offers incredible benefits to people who suffer from chronic diseases which is why talking to our medical team before you start any exercise routine is critical to being pain-free. From our professional advice on the type of exercises you should be engaging to medical oversight of your pain level and chronic disease, we safeguard your safety and your health. Why feel pain from a chronic illness when you exercise when the professionals at Maryland Pain and Wellness Center are here to help? Here are a few things on working out you need to know now.

How Exercise Benefits People With Chronic Conditions

With any chronic condition, exercise is an essential task that provides a number of benefits that help improve your health. Strength training helps build endurance because of added muscle which will help you engage in daily tasks like work or household chores. Flexibility training enhances your joints’ functions, improves quality of life, and expands mobility range. Aerobic exercise and high-intensity training improve endurance, weight loss, and a healthy heart. 

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How We Can Help You Exercise Without Feeling Pain

As a soccer enthusiast and runner, Dr. Achampong understands first-hand how acute and chronic pain go hand-in-hand with exercising which is why it is vital to work with medical professionals when there are underlying elements like injuries, aging, or a chronic illness. Our staff at Maryland Pain and Wellness work directly with Dr. Achampong to deliver quality pain management along with a multidisciplinary approach to patient assessment and complete care.

Along with medications, our patients have access to physical therapy, aquatic rehabilitation, meditation, acupuncture, biofeedback, nutrition classes, and mental health consultation. Using several of these methods, you will learn how to safely exercise to reduce the stress on your joints, assess your pain level, lose weight without pain, how to protect areas like your knees or joints when running, cross-training techniques, and what the best machinery are for fitness.

Most vitally, you are in the right place if you do experience pain as Dr. Achampong is there to help every step of your journey to help you meet the goals you set pain-free. Even then, what is right for your waistline or your heart will be good for the rest of your body, so we set standards that ensure full mind and body wellness with exercise routines that get you into the best shape.

If you are ready to start a new exercise routine, but you don’t want the sore muscles or stiff joints afterward, contact us at (301) 926-8400 (Crofton), (410) 881-7644 (Prince Frederick Office), or (443) 672-2600 (Salisbury Office) or email mdpain.wellnesscenters@gmail.com.

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