Dr. Lin's Pain Management Blog

How Chronic and Severe Pain Changes The Life of an Individual

blog Dec 18, 2013

For most people, pain is a signal that they have gotten a cut or bruise, or that they have overworked themselves and pulled a muscle. It can be very difficult for the average individual to imagine pain being unpredictable and continuous, but for people suffering with chronic pain it is a constant presence in their life. Chronic and severe pain...

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Finding the Right Help for Managing Pain

blog Dec 11, 2013

There are a lot of different reasons why someone might experience pain. It could be from recovery from a procedure or an injury. It could be pain that has resulted from an illness. It could be pain that has resulted from an as-yet unknown cause. Whatever the reason may be, no one should have to live in pain all the...

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Tips for Getting More from your Pain Doctor Visits

blog Nov 27, 2013

People who suffer from chronic pain and regularly visit pain doctors count on those visits for relief and release.  Many people do not realize, though, that they may be making mistakes that reduce the effectiveness of their treatments or make it harder for the doctor to do his or her job.  Here are a few tips for getting more out...

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Chronic Pain Management Physicians Will Take Your Pain Seriously

blog Nov 05, 2013

Chronic pain can be severely debilitating. To make things worse, it may be nearly impossible for your primary care physician, and even the specialists, to figure out what is going on. You may find yourself visiting one physician after another, with few results. These physicians may treat you with a puzzled and apologetic demeanor, or they might subtly accuse you...

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How to Find the Best Pain Treatment

blog Oct 29, 2013

Pain is a phenomenon that almost everyone has experienced at one time or another.  Sometimes it goes away quickly and sometimes it can last for weeks, months, or even years.  When pain holds on to you, it can be difficult to focus on anything else in your life, including your job, your house, and your family.  As universal as the...

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Managing Your Physical Pain With a Doctor

blog Oct 18, 2013

By Dr. James Lin There are few things that can wear a person down quite like constant physical pain. This is even truer in cases where the source of that pain is unknown. There are many people who suffer from aches and pains in their day to day life that simply do not have the knowledge or expertise necessary to...

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A Place to Help With Relief for Chronic Pain

blog Oct 16, 2013

Everyone has to deal with pain once in a while. Whether it is from a recent injury, pain after child birth, root canal, or something else entirely, living with pain for even a short while, can be difficult. For those of you plagued with pain on a daily basis, it can be torture, but do not worry—there may be options...

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Chronic Pain Management Tips

blog Oct 07, 2013

Living with chronic pain can be a real challenge. Chronic pain management tips can help you deal with your pain and live a more fulfilling life. Many of these suggestions can be followed at home with little or no expense. In the fight against chronic pain, even small steps will help improve your quality of life. (more…)

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Learning To Cope With Chronic Pain

blog Sep 26, 2013

There are no instant remedies to alleviate chronic pain. However, proper diagnosis followed by a suitable treatment does help to cope with chronic pain and make life easier. Chronic pain is often associated with arthritis, pregnancy, herniated discs and several other reasons that need a comprehensive evaluation. Treatments for chronic pain usually address both the physical and emotional stress caused...

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Effective Methods Of Chronic Pain Management

blog Sep 18, 2013

Millions of people are afflicted with chronic pain, which is characterized by pain that lasts for more than six months.  This type of pain can be continuous or episodic, excruciating or mild, completely incapacitating or just inconvenient.  Backaches, joint pains, headaches and pain from injuries account for the most commonly reported  sources of pain.  Generalized nerve or muscle pains could...

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