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Is Back Pain all In Your Head or Does Back Pain Mess Up Your Head? by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:34pm San Francisco Chiropractor Comments on recent findings from chronic back pain study: It is very frustrating for many patients with chronic back pain, for often times there appears to be no physical cause for their pain. The MRI is normal, the x-rays are normal, and the physical exam is normal. But, still, they are in pain, and they are not m ... Read on »
Pain in Head by Lee Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:53pm OK, I can't wait until my head is back to normal! I am the type of person who constantly plays with her hair so not being able to touch my head because the slightest touch hurts is driving me crazy! And its a weird kind of pain, like a tingling but it hurts. My temples are still sensitive too. It has been almost two weeks since the procedure. ... Read on »
Smaller Cervical Muscles may be Responsible for Pain into the Head by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 12:00am A lot of us know about some of the bigger neck muscles, like the trapezius or levator muscles . But the smaller muscles, like the posterior cervical muscles or cervical paraspinals, and the occipitals also play a major role in neck function. In fact, when these muscles are irritated or strained they are often responsible for pain refer ... Read on »
In pain? Head for a better neighborhood. by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 10:28pm According to a new study from the University of Michigan Health System, minorities and people with low incomes have less access to pain medication from their local pharmacies than do well-off white people. The study, which compared the availability of opioid pain relievers in pharmacies from different areas, found that these drugs were more ... Read on »
High post treatment pain in Head and Neck Cancer have a lower survival rate by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Aug 2009 10:56pm One thing I learned through my cancer journey was to respect pain. It is there to tell us something, whether we want to hear it or not. Patients with head and neck cancer who experience a higher level of post-treatment pain appear to have a lower survival rate than those who experience little or no post-treatment pain, according to a report in ... Read on »
Do you think my pain is in my head? by Deb Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 5:50pm Pain is not in your head, it is in your body but your mind is the one that feels the pain. Therefore, body pain can be controlled by mind training. Training the mind takes time. Learning relaxation skills is one of the most effective tools for pain control. Muscle tension is generally a big factor in pain. Relaxation techniques help in relaxing ... Read on »
Is Back Pain all in the Head ? by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:34pm San Francisco- There is a considerable body of evidence that supports Mind-Body therapy when it comes to the treatment of Back Pain. Dr. Andrew Weil, a Harvard educated M.D. and best selling author, has written extensively on this subject. From a personal perspective, I have had many patients with chronic back pain fail to respond to convent ... Read on »
Pain in the Head by Jaime Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 12:00am People.  I have a crazy headache that just won’t quit. So yes, I’m sitting in front of the computer again.  LOL.  go me! Admittedly I probably brought it on myself by not eating proper meals today.  For the first time in a very long time I missed both a real breakfast and totally forgot lunch. I was on the run this morning for a ... Read on »
Head Pain by Lee Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:51pm Weirdest thing happened today. Actually it happened a couple days ago but today it really freaked me out. The other day i had my hands over my head and my med alert bracelet was hitting my skull flap, you know the place on my skull where they cut my skull open, and it felt very weird. Well today it happened again except it felt like bone scrapin ... Read on »
Study shows Major decrease in pain symptoms for pts with fibromyalgia and chronic head and neck pain by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 27 Mar 2011 12:00am One of the non invasive therapies that we use in our office is vibration therapy . Time and time again, I have noticed that patients, includes ones with fibromyalgia symptoms have responded very well to it. A new study shows that vibration therapy can substantially reduce the symptoms of fibromyalgia and also chronic head/neck pain ... Read on »