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Pain Relief Ireland News

Are Opioids the Answer for Pain?

The Opioid Pain Medication “Epidemic” Have you been to your primary care physician or pharmacy recently and not being able to get your opioid pain medication? Or have you felt under pressure because you are taking opioids so you must be a “junkie”?

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Neuropathic pain: Painful nerve fibers!

Neuropathic Pain is a complex, chronic pain state that usually is accompanied by tissue injury. With neuropathic pain, the nerve fibers themselves become “painful” and may be damaged, dysfunctional, or injured. These damaged nerve fibers send incorrect signals to other pain centres. The impact of nerve fiber injury includes a change in nerve function both at the site of injury and areas around the injury.

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Individualised pain management is key to the future of spinal cord stimulation!

The role of Neuromodulation in pain medicine is changing the lives of more individuals on a daily basis.

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5 Super Recovery tips for after a Marathon!

Congratulations you have reached your “holy grail” - you completed a marathon!Maybe if was your first one or maybe you’re an old hand at it. Either way you put months of training and preparation into getting to the “big day”. But have you given any thought as to how you will recover effectively and efficiently in the days that follow? Probably not. Let's be honest—once you've finished the marathon, you just want to be done.

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New Guidelines On Treatments for Lower Back Pain

Clinicians should increasingly turn to noninvasive treatments for acute, sub acute and chronic low back pain, according to an updated practice guideline from the American College of Physicians.

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Does Health psychology management matter in chronic pain?

Do you feel like the whole world is on top of you? Do you feel so worried about your pain that you are not sure if the pain of the worry of the pain is a bigger issue? Well, every person who experiences chronic pain will experience increased anxiety, fear and worry. This is a very normal response but over time this anxiety can become a significant factor in the individual’s recovery. In fact it can become a vicious circle a lot sooner than you think.

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