Tortured by pain doctors can’t explain?

Tortured by pain doctors can’t explain?

As a GP, Dr Nick Mann is used to seeing people in pain – and as someone who’s suffered from it for years himself, he is particularly sympathetic.

In his 20s he damaged a disc in his neck during a surfing accident, causing it to bulge or ‘slip’. Over the next 12 years, more of the discs in his neck became damaged, leaving him with chronic stinging pain in his back, arms and shoulders.

But this…

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Parliament is about to learn more about CRPS

Parliament is about to learn more about CRPS

08/05/13 Iain Stewart - westminster, london MP Iain Stewart

MP Iain Stewart is going to address parliament on behalf of our UK pain family.

Our sister site’s CRPS page on Google+ was recently made aware of a meeting with Iain Stewart MP by Vicotia Abbot-Flemming

Courtesy of her recent update, it sounds like MPs met with 8 sufferers together along with some of their family, partners and friends. The MP who had organised the briefing; Iain Stewart, together…

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Milton Keynes MP Iain Stewart to brief parliament about chronic pain condition

Milton Keynes MP Iain Stewart to brief parliament about chronic pain condition

Iain Stewart MP will be hosting a MPs briefing session in Parliament on the chronic pain condition Complex Regional Pain Syndrome – most commonly known as CRPS.

08/05/13 Iain Stewart - westminster, london MP Iain Stewart

UK’s MP Iain Stewart is going to address parliament on our UK pain family

CRPS is a progressive disease of the nervous system in which a person develops a persistent burning pain in one or more of their limbs. The NHS describe it as ‘a…

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Ozone Therapy: Hope for Chronic Illnesses

When patients come to Howard Robins, they have been sick for a long time, they’ve tried conventional treatments, and they are running out of hope. They come to him with chronic fatigue, lupus, herpes, Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, cancer, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and more.

Very often, they leave his care not only with hope, but with their health restored. Robins, an international expert in…

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Barby Ingle: Tamper-proof pain drugs deserve support – The Desert Sun

Barby Ingle: Tamper-proof pain drugs deserve support – The Desert Sun

Tamper-proof pain drugs deserve support
Barby Ingle, Special to The Desert Sun 3:04 p.m. PST February 28, 2015

It’s no secret that the abuse of pain medications has led to a growing public health problem across the country. The numbers are alarming, and they are growing.

But also alarming is the number of people who suffer with chronic pain, including many who come to the desert seeking the arid…

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A closer look at pain – The Robesonian

A closer look at pain – The Robesonian

A Closer Look at Pain
By Kailash Chandwani

According to a report by the Institute of Medicine, the number of Americans affected by pain is more than the total affected by diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Pain is classified into acute and chronic, based on the duration of symptoms.

Dr. Kailash Chandwani is an interventional pain physician and is certified in anesthesiology.

Dr. Kailash Chandwani is an interventional pain physician and is certified in anesthesiology.

Acute pain…

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