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Pain Relief Guide Part.2

Part. 2

Restorative sleep is the last lifestyle factor that can impact chronic pain in a positive way. Sleep is the time your body begins the repair process from all the wear and tear of the day. Without restorative sleep, your body never gets the opportunity to repair itself. Yet many people with chronic pain don’t get adequate levels of quality sleep; either their pain keeps them awake or their medications impact their normal sleep cycle. Good sleep practices, medications and even supplements can help restore normal sleep cycles.

Luckily, there are a broad range of pain relief medications now available to help soothe inflammation and provide arthritis pain relief. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as ibuprofen, Celebrex™ and naprosyn are commonly used medications. Ibuprofen and naprosyn are available as over-the-counter products while Celebrex and several other stronger versions of the NSAIDS are still prescription drugs. Anti-depressants such as amitryptilin and trazadone help with pain relief, often by enhancing quality sleep. Occasionally, anticonvulsant drugs like neurontin, used for seizure disorders, may be prescribed if nerve pain accompanies joint pain, such as arthritis in the spinal area.

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In addition to lifestyle changes and pain relief medications, physical therapy can often help with arthritis pain. A physical therapist can teach you exercises which strengthen your muscles and support your joints. They can also offer ultrasound, heat, ice and other forms of soothing therapies. Some patients find relief with acupuncture, chiropractic care and various forms of massage therapies.
When these lifestyle changes, medications and various forms of physical therapies aren’t effective, it may be time for a more invasive approach to your pain. This is when it is important to seek the opinion of a qualified medical expert, such as a pain management specialist. He or she can evaluate your pain and make an educated recommendation concerning options such as steroid injections versus surgical interventions. While steroid injections can be very effective in providing arthritis pain relief, the injections may need to be repeated over time and may be limited to only three times a year.


Surgery is usually viewed as an option of last resort. It is a very invasive and permanent approach to solving chronic pain. The good news, however, is that new, less invasive types of surgery have proven to be as effective as the older, more extensive types of surgery. Implanted devices can deliver constant infusions of pain relief medication near the spine where pain is perceived. Some devices deliver pulses of pleasant electrical current to override severe pain sensations. Herniated discs can be treated through key-hole incisions. Even joint replacement surgeries now available result in shorter recovery times and faster return to your usual activities.
If you or someone you love is suffering with chronic pain, there is relief. Don’t let chronic pain stop you in your tracks. Consult with a qualified pain management specialist, improve your lifestyle and know there are a broad range of options waiting for you to explore. Take charge of your pain! Don’t let your pain take charge of you!

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