Christina Lasich, MDHealth Professional
Christina Lasich, M.D., wrote about chronic pain and osteoarthritis for HealthCentral. She is physiatrist in Grass Valley, California. She specializes in pain management and spine rehabilitation.
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If you struggle with chronic pain, you might want to consider hypnotherapy. Learn the truth about how hypnosis can help with chronic pain.
If you live with chronic pain, you should pay close attention to the signals your body gives you. A form of mindfulness called biofeedback may be the key.
Aging gracefully with chronic pain seems like a monumental task, but these tips can help smooth the road ahead of you.
Meditation is more than just chanting and deep breathing, especially if you live with chronic pain. Learn how meditation can help your brain to feel less pain.
A New Year offers new opportunities to feel better. A new year may bring new scientific breakthroughs. A new year may bring new technologies. A new year may bring new resolutions. What ever your new year brings you; let’s hope for less osteoarthritis ...
Staying connected with others can make a big difference in dealing with chronic pain, Here’s why.
Read this before you start taking opioids for chronic pain, so you know the potential risk ahead of time.