We believe your chronic pain is real. Lets keep the conversation open.
Whenever anyone reads an article about pain the headline usually reads, “Opioid Crisis…” Conversations have been sidetracked causing the real issue “living with pain”, to be shelved, gathering dust, ignored and eventually forgotten. Over 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Now that’s not a lonely number. 100 million is not a number to ignore.
Musculoskeletal Resources is committed to keeping an open conversation going as long as chronic pain exists — indefinitely! The subject matter of our conversations will solely focus on the people who live with chronic pain. Our conversations will be judgment free, listening, and offer creative and innovative outlets to the problem of chronic pain.
All pain is real.
Some New York pain management doctors treat chronic pain with non surgical alternative methods that reduce pain without the dash of addiction. These pain specialists utilize therapeutic injections into the spine (epidurals), nonopioid therapies, such as physical therapy, or other procedures, such as radio frequency ablation, a medical procedure whereby high energy radio waves are used to heat up the nerves in order to prevent the transmission of pain signals.
Lets talk about pain — Its starts in the brain.
Pain starts in the brain. The brain is sent a message that you are in pain. Pain is something that we all at some point experience. But understanding pain isn’t so simple. We all experience pain in different ways and the manner in which our brain processes these signals can vary significantly. Pain still remains a mystery considering that it is an epidemic.
We continue to promote pain awareness.
- Blogging about pain.
- Join or follow our Facebook groups – even alternative pain methods (Medical Marijuana New York)
- Look for events that could benefit from a chronic pain advocate.
- Find pain specialist that offer alternative pain treatments.
MSR will continue to reach out to tell individuals in chronic pain in order to provide support. Remember you are not alone!