The most common problem of the patient suffering from the chronic pain is the patients complain of pain even after months and years after the first onset of pain. We must understand that over a period of time the pattern of the pain and the body changes and other structures get involved. To understand the true nature of chronic pain and its recurrent presentation, a lot of factors are typically taken into account to identify the possible source or cause of the pain and changes that the body has to go through during this course. A long-term structural and mechanical correction to correct the entire pattern and underlying cause of the pain is necessary rather than trying to quick fix the symptoms.
As discussed earlier, there are many factors which affect the clinical outcome for the patient suffering from chronic pain. Medical factors like arthritis, old injuries, muscle overuse, postural syndromes, and congenital problems are some of the underlying factors. Sometimes, ignoring the symptoms and taking pain medications for a long-period of time also adversely affects the patterns in chronic pain. Relief from pain is a priority of the doctors and the patients, but quick fixes and seeking temporary relief and treatment options leads to improper recovery and disturbs the natural healing process of the body. Chronic pain is different from acute problems and it occurs over a period of time and the best approach is to give our body to recover over some period of time and let the body adapt to the new changes.
Chronic Spine Conditions include relapsing and recurring spine problems which can be debilitating and would require surgery if not treated at the source of the problem. Common problems include disc bulge, disc prolapse, disc herniation, fact joint arthropathy, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, sacralization, pelvic dysfunctions, spondylitis, sacral torsions, spondylosis, frequent lower back pain, spams, neck pain, numbness, radiating pain, pricks and needles. There are many reasons for a spine problem and all of them need a different and well-planned treatment protocols. Our Spine Clinic is a speciality medical centre offering latest technology and conventional non-surgical approach of treatment to provide the most effective treatment for patients seeking non-surgical or alternative spine treatment.
There are many other degenerative joint diseases which can benefit from our integrated medicine approach like Frozen Shoulder, Knee Osteoarthritis, Plantar Fasciitis, Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, Chronic Foot and Ankle Injuries, Elbow and Wrist Injuries. These musculoskeletal joint pains can be really chronic or acute-on-chronic pain conditions that shows recurring pattern and subjected to mechanical stress and strain
At a fundamental level, chronic pain is a matter of biology: Errant nerve impulses keep alerting the brain about tissue damage that no longer exists if it ever did. But complex social and psychological factors are also at play, and they seem to help determine who fares well despite even severe chronic pain — and whose lives quickly unravel. Negative emotions, including sadness and anxiety and depression seem to aggravate chronic pain. For example, people who dwell on their discomfort tend to be more disabled by chronic pain than people who try to take their pain in stride and look out for solutions. And among people with chronic pain stemming from a work-related injury, those who report poor job satisfaction fare worse than those who say they like their jobs.
Some treatments like a non-surgical, non-drug, and non-invasive manual treatments take time to show result as the body adapts to the new biomechanics after treatments. By giving sufficient rest between sessions would allow the body to adapt and recover sporadic regular soreness and discomfort after treatments. As many people are resorting to alternative and non-surgical and non-drug treatment, it must be understood that every one body type is different and their response to pain and treatment is different. Treatment without any medical agent or drug is gaining popularity and the approach is on natural healing process of the body. This might show the results if the treatment is started during early signs of minimal to moderate pain. Do your exercises only as suggested and avoid any posture or activity which might reverse the recovery. Any injury either external or internal needs time to recovery and recovery only happens if it is allowed to heal in a proper way.
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