|A Pain In The Brain|
Pain is both a physical and an emotional experience perceived and processed by the brain, it is also a very real health issue.
Pain has a tendency to be a complex mixture of experience, perception, sensations, emotion, culture, and spirit, whose subjective intricacies can sometimes defy our ability to establish a concise or communicable definition.
Applications will vary, however, treatments will generally rely on factors such as:
Generally the most effective treatment of any medical condition is to get rid of the offending cause. For pain (especially chronic), this may not be as simple or possible.
A multidisciplinary approach, using a combination of pain management treatments and techniques is often the most successful way of managing chronic pain.
These approaches include: Physiotherapy, Massage, Exercise, (Heat, Cold, Pressure, Elevation Treatments), Acupuncture, Dry-Needling, and the least favorable: medications.
Simply put, pain is the body’s way of warning you that you are in danger and that you need to pay attention in order to prevent you from damage.
How well do you understand pain?
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