If you’re living with chronic pain, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans deal with painful conditions that can make their lives miserable. They may feel like they’ve tried everything to find relief from the constant aches and pains—but there’s hope for getting your life back on track! A minimally invasive procedure known as Spinal Cord Stimulation (SCS) may help you manage chronic pain without side effects or long-term consequences.
Pain Is A Serious Issue That Should Not Be Ignored
If you are living with chronic pain, it is important that you seek help. Pain is a warning sign and often indicates something more serious than just an ache or soreness. It could be a symptom of cancer, an infection or arthritis. If left untreated, chronic pain can lead to other problems such as depression and anxiety.
The good news is that there are treatments available for those who suffer from chronic pain including minimally invasive procedures such as Botox injections which can help manage symptoms associated with various conditions including headaches and migraines as well as neck stiffness due to aging (cervical dystonia).
Chronic Pain Can Impact Your Life In Many Ways
It can affect your sleep, mood and ability to work, as well as relationships with others. Chronic pain has been shown to reduce quality of life by up to 70 percent for some individuals according toDr Brian Blick. If you have been living with chronic pain for years, it may seem like there is no end in sight for how this will affect your life on a daily basis.
- Pain impacts your sleep: If you are unable to get enough restful sleep due to the constant aches and pains that come from living with chronic illness or injury then this will make managing those symptoms even more difficult than they already are! Sleep deprivation causes stress which makes it harder for the body’s natural healing processes; therefore making them less effective at managing their condition(s). In addition – studies show that lack of proper rest can lead directly into depression which would only worsen matters further since depression often leads back again towards anxiety disorders (such as PTSD).
There Are Many Treatment Options For Chronic Pain
These can include medication, physical therapy and surgery. Laser therapy and acupuncture are also used to treat chronic pain. Chiropractic care is another option for treating your condition as well as massage therapy or other forms of bodywork that may help ease tension in the muscles which will help reduce pain levels.
In some cases a minimally invasive procedure called Radiofrequency NEUROTOMY (RFN) may be recommended said Dr Brian Blick if conservative treatments haven’t worked well enough on their own to control your symptoms adequately enough so that you can enjoy life again without having any limitations due to constant discomfort caused by nerve irritation near where nerves exit from spinal cord itself into surrounding tissues like tendons or ligaments where they attach bones together forming joints such as knees ankles shoulders elbows wrists hands toes ankles hips knees.