Latest by Celeste Cooper, RN
A good doctor-patient relationship depends on a healthy exchange of reliable information and confidence in your doctor. Here are some tips that can help.
If you live with fibromyalgia, these are three common oral health issues you should watch out for, and tips for preventing them.
A pain-tracking app is a good way to gather such information, but before hitting that download button, there are things to consider.
Winter weather can change your normally safe environment into an obstacle course.
Here’s what you can do to minimize your pain as the seasons change and the weather gets colder.
November is sometimes referred to as “Nervember” by my friends that live with and raise awareness for complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS/RSD). Maybe you haven’t heard of it, but it still wreaks havoc in the lives of our chronic pain friends who liv...
Chronic pain is caused by many things and may be treated with injections, medication, surgery, or other modalities.
What’s the difference between centralized pain and peripheral pain, and why is one more painful than the other?
In acute pain, the brain receives and relays messages to immediately deal with the threat. With chronic pain, however, the pain, as well as our reaction to it, is catalogued in our brain for future reference.
Chronic pelvic pain, is pain that lasts more than a few months. It is not sexy or sexist, men have chronic pelvic pain too, but it is not frequently discussed. Chronic pelvic pain can be constant or come and go with a flare up of symptoms. Symptoms c...