Knee Pain Without Trauma: Why Treatment Order Matters

The amount of people with knee pain continues to rise, especially as we age. Typically, if knee pain becomes a big enough problem, you may go see a physician. As long as there is no trauma associated with the knee pain, placing one at a higher risk for bone and ligament injuries, a decision needs…
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Pain Categorization Quiz: Not All Pain is the Same

Pain is defined as an “unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage”. Unpleasant is a great descriptor of pain. Typically, no one wants to have pain. Many people go to great lengths to avoid pain. There are numerous pain medications to help ease…
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Urgent: Understanding Pain Could Save Your Life

  Understanding pain is a major issue facing our society. 18,893 people lost their life to prescription opioid pain relievers in 2014 alone, a number that is four times higher than 15 years prior. The opioid epidemic is real and it needs to be addressed. One of the most basic ways to help people with…
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