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As hard as it may be to remember, pain can have a purpose. Sudden, onset pain can be your body’s way of shouting, “Hey, we don’t like that position, you might get hurt!” Pain can be a reminder of your body’s need to heal. Pain can also be an indicator there is something wrong and your body needs help to repair and restore back to normal function. Whatever the case may be, when pain lasts longer than an injury may take to heal, your body is facing chronic pain and may need our help.
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Of all the pain we’ve discussed in our pain series, carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most concentrated and isolated pains we can treat. Carpal tunnel syndrome manifests itself in a few different ways and we have a few recommendations for the best ways to relieve pain.
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We recognize there are different types of pain and they will impact our lives in a variety of ways. In fact, you don’t begin a pain clinic because there is only one type of pain that may actually be easy to manage and fix! Pain in one person’s lower back is going to manifest itself differently that pain in someone’s feet. Sharp, shooting pain will alter our lives in a way that dull, throbbing pain may not. An often-overlooked component of pain is acute vs. chronic pain. Acute and chronic pain...
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With the advent of the chicken pox vaccine, the actual illness is becoming less and less common. However, for those of us who experienced the chicken pox as children, there are lingering memories of the annoying itch, the frustrating scabbing, and other common symptoms that came with this childhood right of passage. Additionally, for those of us who have had chicken pox as a child, we are at risk later in life for a further issue to arise, shingles.
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Our practice is committed to finding non-opioid solutions for pain, so much so, that we recommend a myriad of different solutions inside and outside of our office. In addition to utilizing the help of nutritionists, yoga instructors, fitness trainers, and other professionals, we here at Republic Pain Specialists have several tips and tricks to help you alleviate pain in the comfort of your own home.
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Pain comes in a number of forms and from a large array of causes. One of the frequent questions we field at Republic Pain Specialists is in regards to herniated discs. We know if a patient is inquiring about this issue they are in a large amount of pain and can use the relief we provide, fast.
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While opioids in the form of recreational drugs have been around for centuries, it wasn’t until the mid 1800s that opioid use was unlocked as a large-scale medicinal way to treat pain or as a surgical intervention. This timing proved fateful for the United States specifically and led to a long history of opioid use, and misuse, in this country.
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If you don’t have migraines, chances are, you know someone who does. The blinding and debilitating pain can cause a quick exit from social settings and work environments so symptoms can pass for those inflicted. Migraines are an easier pain for the public to understand, since most have experienced a severe headache at some point in their life. Chronic migraines have a number of issues that come alongside them, but there are multiple ways to seek relief and help.
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Republic Pain Specialists – Bryan/College Station is now open, and we’re so excited to be your new neighbor! We’re located at 3201 University Drive East in Suite 175 in the Physician’s Center. We are ready to help you manage your pain, so it doesn’t manage you. We want to deliver comprehensive treatment, education, and support to enhance the health and fitness of the individual and overall community. We provide injections and nerve blocks among other services to treat chronic pain without t...
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For those impacted by Fibromyalgia, the symptoms and issues related to this chronic condition can be difficult to explain. As such, they can be difficult to treat and even more difficult for loved ones to understand.
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