Do I Have Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia: Aching joints and serious pain are the hallmarks of this condition, and millions of sufferers go Un-diagnosed every year.
The symptoms associated with Fibromyalgia are wide and varied. They usually include musculoskeletal pain in the muscles, tendons, and ligaments all over the body. This means that chronic aches and pains you are having in your lower back may be related to the ones you have in your upper arm or in your feet. Mornings and changes in weather can be extra difficult for Fibromyalgia sufferers. You can feel the dampness of rainy days deep in your bones and that can make the aching and overall body pain even worse. One of the most underrated aspects of Fibromyalgia is the chronic fatigue that often comes with the aching and body pain. This kind of fatigue is more than just occasional sleepiness. It can completely take over your life to the extent that you don’t even want to get up and go to work in the morning. However, most health insurance policies don’t cover Fibromyalgia. That’s why treatment at Interventional Pain Associates is so vitally important.
We can work with you to help keep costs down while ensuring the best quality care at all times. So far, the data that has been collected on Fibromyalgia shows that women tend to be more susceptible to this syndrome than men. Other symptoms of Fibromyalgia include irritable bowel syndrome, sleep disorders and mood swings. This condition affects people of all ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. While the causes are still being investigated, it is believed that autonomic nervous system dysfunction, sleep disorders, or injury and muscle trauma are the most likely. If you believe that you suffer from this condition, don’t spend another day suffering, contact our office today to learn more about what we can do for you.
What is Failed Back Surgery Syndrome?
Failed Back Surgery Syndrome: Back pain can be serious, but in some cases, the surgical procedure designed to help only makes things worse.
There is no part of the human body that can cause trouble quite like the back. If you have suffered a back injury and chosen to have surgery, you assume that the worst is over and that the future will include less pain and suffering than before. However, this may not be the case. Failed Back Surgery Syndrome is becoming more and more common now that doctors are looking for it. This chronic pain condition can make a difficult back injury significantly worse. If you suffer from even more back pain than you did before your surgery, contact us today to learn more about what our non-invasive or minimally invasive treatments can do for you.
What does neck pain feel like? How do you know if you have chronic neck pain?
Neck Pain: Chronic neck pain can change the way you live your life, and it can be the result of any number of injuries.
Answering this question may be more complicated than you think. Neck and back pain have the ability to hide themselves in other parts of your body. This means that the chronic pain you have in your shoulder or in the arch of your foot may, in fact, be rooted in your neck. This can lead to all sorts of false diagnosis and treatments, but the trained professionals at our treatment center that will eliminate your neck pain for good.
What are my options?
From pinched nerves to blunt trauma to tired muscles, neck pain can present itself in many different ways. If you have been battling chronic pain, life difficulties and other issues only to find that traditional medical science has let you down, contact our pain management center. Life is far too short to spend it in pain. You don’t have to live with chronic neck pain any longer.
Am I suffering from back pain?
Back Pain: Often back pain can affect the quality of your life as well as your mobility, but new treatments offer some real results for thousands.
Realizing that you suffer from a chronic back pain condition is more difficult than you think. Many of these conditions end up causing pain throughout the body, from the finger tips to the feet. This is because most back injuries play havoc with the bodies’ various systems, including the nervous system. This often means that the numbness that you experience in your legs or arms, along with the sharp stabbing pain in your heels are all rooted in your back. This is what makes diagnosing these kinds of issues so difficult for doctors using traditional methods. You don’t have to be handcuffed by these methods any longer. At our pain management center, we use state of the art technology along with traditional eastern methods to properly diagnose and treat your chronic pain. You no longer have to lead a life that is fraught with chronic pain from the time you get up in the morning until you go to sleep at night. Chronic back pain doesn’t have to stand in the way of you living your life any longer.
How do I know if I have Sciatica?
Sciatica: Sometimes misdiagnosed, Sciatica can interfere with your everyday activities in more ways than one.
The symptoms associated with Sciatica are varied. Most patients complain of numbness in their legs, feet and toes, soreness even though there hasn’t been any trauma to the affected areas, tingling in the limbs and even sharp, shooting pain down through the buttocks and into the upper legs. Since these symptoms are often present with other conditions, Sciatica is frequently taken for a completely different condition. If you are sick and tired of having your Sciatica ignored, contact our office of pain management center in Texas with offices in Brownsville.