Many people delight in the invigorating, brisk air of fall and winter. Children dance about and utter sounds of glee as they puff their cheeks like a blowfish and reveal the magic of seeing their breath in the air. But for those of us with Raynaud’s, the changing of seasons brings something quite... Read more
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What most doctors think they know about buprenorphine just isn’t so. Unfortunately, these myths about this unique chemical may hurt you. These myths about buprenorphine prevent its use for the treatment of pain, prevent its use in those that cannot be... Read more
I wish to tell my story with hope that there is someone out there going through what I am daily, and maybe at the end what is helping me such as meds, and so on...
might help someone else.
Look I guess we have too accept that we will have pain for the rest of our lives it will never go... Read more
What Is It?
Myofascial pain syndrome is a complicated and often painful condition. Myo refers to our muscles and the “fascia” is the biological fabric just under our skin that holds us together. According to the Cleveland Clinic (2015) myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) refers to pain and presumed inflammation... Read more
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As universal, government-run coverage for the elderly and disabled, Medicare... Read more