Who can best care for the chronic pain patient?
Chronic pain management cannot lend itself to the usual facts and research that back up most discussions about chronic pain. A significant problem with chronic pain is the lack of directed care. Few diseases, like chronic pain, do not have a devoted speciality and many practitioners claim to be the specialists in treating chronic pain.… Read More »
Headache and its management
Headache is a widespread health condition that attacks adults several times in their lifetime. Pain could be throbbing, sharp, constant, or dull. The most common types of headaches are: ● Sinus headache ● Migraine headache ● Cluster headache ● Tension headache Sinus headache Presents with deep and constant pain around the eyes, cheeks, and forehead… Read More »