Category Archive: chronic pain

Jun 19

Marijuana medical health benefits

Medical marijuana card in New York

Medical marijuana is offered to patients in many different forms. It can be smoked, vaporized, ingested in a pill form or an edible version (brownies, cookies and chocolate bars). Medical marijuana is considered a schedule 1 drug by the FDA (federal Drug Enforcement Administration) meaning it has a high potential for abuse. There have been …

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May 02

Pain Doctors Who Listen

Doctors Listening to Patients In Pain

In Pain? Want Your Doctor To Listen? Patients suffering chronic pain have feelings and deserve respect from their doctor. Studies have shown that doctors tend to monopolize a patients visit by doing all the talking and just not listening. Taking the time to hear what a patient is feeling can give way to a less painful …

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Apr 15

Botox Injection Therapy For Pain

Botulinum toxin for chronic pain - New York Botox Dr.

Botulinum Toxin, Botox as a treatment option for chronic pain: Injury to the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, or nerves, among athletes is expected. Pain, swelling and muscle spasm can put not only a physical strain on an athlete but a professional one as well. Athletes may be sidelined without proper treatment. Effective pain treatments …

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Jun 01

New Rochelle Pain Clinic Opens

Pain Management Physician New Rochelle, NY

NEW ROCHELLE, NY PAIN CLINIC OPENS — Health Plus Management, LLC , NY / NJ, is proud to announce the opening of the New Rochelle, NY pain management clinic located at 451 Main St, New Rochelle, NY 10801 on the second floor. Dr. Rafael Abramov one of New York’s top pain management physicians is board certified. …

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Aug 20

Living with chronic pain? Tell us where it hurts.

Chronic pain relief

Accidents, especially work related and moving vehicle accidents can spiral anyone who is injured into a new world of chronic pain where the body and the mind are equally effected. The pain can last a life-time. Chronic pain — years down the line the injury has healed of course, but the pain from that injury …

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