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What is pain? types of pain. specific pain associated with certain conditions. positions that relieves pain. non pharmacological management of pain.pharmacological management of pain.

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What types of diseases do chiropractors treat?


What Conditions do Chiropractors Treat? Posted in About Chiropractic, Conditions, Featured Articles
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Chiropractors commonly treat a wide variety of conditions and injuries. Most chiropractic patients understand that chiropractors can relieve pain, and regular chiropractic care will prevent pain, further injuries, and may stop or reverse many conditions.
Millions of people suffer from back, neck, extremity (arms, legs) and other musculoskeletal pain, which are all effectively relieved by chiropractic care, without the need for medication.
Musculoskeletal Conditions Chiropractors are trained to identify and make referrals for conditions that should be treated by medical specialists, if need be. Common extremity complaints may include tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee and ankle pain, and sports injuries.
Conditions & Diseases In addition to back and neck pain, chiropractic is also very effective for treating medical conditions for people of all ages including babies and the elderly. Conditions such as allergies or chronic ear infections in children, are successfully treated by chiropractic.
Many conditions are caused by subluxations (misalignments of spinal bones), which irritate or aggravate the nerves resulting in diseases or conditions. Chiropractic care can provide partial or full relief to many of these conditions:
Injuries Many common injuries can also be effectively treated by chiropractic care. The most common injuries are automobile accidents, where the symptoms can be delayed by weeks or even months after the accident. Auto insurance often covers these injuries.
Work place injuries including falls, lifting injuries, and others are also treatable by chiropractic. Many work places offer insurance to cover these types of injuries.
Chiropractic works well with sport injuries, and chiropractors can often improve performance. Some common injuries treated by chiropractors include:
  • Auto accidents
  • Chronic injuries
  • Falling injuries
  • Lifting injuries
  • Sport injuries
  • Whiplash
  • Work-related injuries
Please talk to your chiropractor for more information on how chiropractic care can help your specific pain, condition, or injury. Many conditions are treatable naturally without the need for surgery or medication. Everyone deserves good health and a healthy nervous system!

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Deep pain in my right hip while walking


Symptoms of Hip Pain

Depending on the condition that's causing your hip pain, you might feel the discomfort in your:
  • thigh
  • inside of the hip joint
  • groin
  • outside of the hip joint
  • buttocks
Sometimes pain from other areas of the body, such as the back or groin (from ahernia), can radiate to the hip.
You might notice that your pain gets worse with activity, especially if it's caused by arthritis. Along with the pain, you might have reduced range of motion. Some people develop a limp from persistent hip pain.

Hip Pain Relief

If your hip pain is caused by a muscle or tendon strain, osteoarthritis, or tendinitis, you can usually relieve it with an over-the-counter pain medication such as Tylenol or a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug such as Motrin or Aleve.
Rheumatoid arthritis treatments also include prescription anti-inflammatory medications such as corticosteroids, or disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs) like methotrexate and sulfasalazine.

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Another way to relieve hip pain is by holding ice to the area for about 15 minutes a few times a day. Try to rest the affected joint as much as possible until you feel better.
If you have arthritis, exercising the hip joint with low-impact exercises, stretching, and resistance training can reduce pain and improve joint mobility. For example,swimming is a good non-impact exercise for arthritis. Physical therapy can also help increase your range of motion.
When osteoarthritis becomes so severe that the pain is intense or the hip joint becomes deformed, a total hip replacement (arthroplasty) may be a consideration. People who fracture their hip sometimes need surgery to fix the fracture or replace the hip.
Call your health care provider if your pain doesn't go away, or if you notice swelling, redness, or warmth around the joint. Also call if you have hip pain at night or when you are resting.
Get medical help right away if:
  • The hip pain came on suddenly.
  • A fall or other injury triggered the hip pain.
  • Your joint looks deformed or is bleeding.
  • You heard a popping noise in the joint when you injured it.
  • The pain is intense.
  • You can't put any weight on your hip.

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I want to buy a home ultrasound machine, as I have tendonitis and the symptoms are hard to manage. I was previously on a regimen of pain medication and physical therapy, but it was taking a toll on my...


Tendonitis is truly a terrible condition to have - it is so painful! I am sorry to hear about it, but luckily ultrasound therapy will help you manage your pain. Of course, you can always continue taking pain medication and attending physical therapy sessions to further treat your condition, but an ultrasound machine will certainly suffice on its own. An ultrasound machine is a one-time investment, so you only pay about $200 to $300 once and you receive treatment forever. Sounds pretty great, huh? If you want to purchase a machine, I would recommend purchasing from an online store like EZUltrasound.

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I'm having an allergy skin test, do I need to inform my dr I am taking an oral pain reliever?


This type of medication of oral pain relievers may in fact cause false test results of allergy skin tests or other medical or lab tests. Make sure to inform all relevant doctors that you are taking this medication.

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Where can I find some useful information about Over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers?


you can check all information about pain reliever at allchemiststore.

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Feb 27, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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Is there something I can change about my sleeping position to reduce my back pain?


You can definitely take some of the strain off your back by changing the position you sleep in. Putting a pillow between your legs helps ease some of the tension in the spine and if you sleep on your side, you should try drawing your legs up closer to your chest.

If you sleep on your back (which some people find more painful), try putting a pillow under your knees to relieve some of the pressure on the spine.

Feb 14, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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I HAVE SHINGLES VERY PAINFUL, WHAT MUST I TAKE


  • Overview Herpes zoster, also known as shingles, is a secondary condition of infection with the varicella zoster virus (VZV), a virus of the family herpesviridae that also causes chickenpox. Because shingles is a herpetic viral condition, antivirals are the backbone of treatment, although the sometimes severe nature of symptoms and the potential for lasting negative effects means that other symptoms must be managed while the infection is active. There is no cure for shingles or any other herpetic condition, but there are effective treatments and shingles often clears up without further complications.
  • Antivirals Antiviral drug therapy administered as soon as possible after the appearance of shingles rash (within 72 hours according to the Mayo Clinic) is one of the most important elements of treatment for herpes zoster and is the sole component that actually targets the cause of symptoms (vs. managing them). The same drugs used in treating other conditions caused by herpes viruses are used in the treatment of shingles: acyclovir, valacyclovir and famciclovir. Valacyclovir and famciclovir deliver their active ingredients more effectively than acyclovir and can be taken less often than acyclovir.
  • Corticosteroids Corticosteroids like prednisone are also used in the treatment of shingles. The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) recommends a high initial dosage for several days which is slowly decreased over time. The AAFP reports that cortisone in combination with antiviral therapy reduces the pain associated with shingles. Prednisone may also decrease the chances of developing postherpetic neuralgia, a condition of severe and chronic pain that persists after the shingles rash has cleared up.
  • Pain Relief The AAFP recommends standard pain killers for shingles sufferers whose pain is not too severe, while reporting that narcotic analgesics may be necessary for severe pain sufferers. Other pain management techniques include the application of topical creams (calamine, capsaicin and lidocaine) and nerve blockers.
  • Postherpetic Neuralgia The Mayo Clinic reports that tricyclic antidepressants and anticonvulsant medications, along with capsaicin and lidocaine, are sometimes used to treat pain when it does not clear up along with the shingles rash (postherpetic neuralgia). D. Bowsher of the Pain Research Institute at Walton Hospital reports that traditional analgesics are not effective in managing the pain of postherpetic neuralgia and that the use of opioid may be necessary.
  • Other Treatments Bowsher recommends relaxation techniques alongside other treatments for postherpetic neuralgia. The Mayo Clinic recommends further techniques like transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), which may stimulate natural painkillers to be produced in the body, and a similar technique performed on the spinal cord or on peripheral nerves.


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