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With so many factors contributing to the onset of chronic pain, there are some that many don’t realize are the cause.
Chronic pain affects millions upon millions of people all across the world, and it doesn’t discriminate when it comes to who it will consume.
What is chronic pain? It is a question that many people who don’t suffer from the syndrome tend to ask those who do.
Tossing and turning, not being comfortable, or your mind just won’t shut off can all keep you wide awake throughout the night; but for those with chronic pain, there are even more struggles with falling asleep.
Chronic Pain continues to affect millions of people in the world, with new cases reported every day. Not only can it begin to take a toll on your physical health, but it can also take over your mental well-being, and emotional stability.
Recently, there has been a new discovery of how music can directly affect its listeners—relieve chronic pain.
Every person who suffers from chronic pain knows how difficult it can be to accomplish even the simplest daily task, but those close to you may not understand this difficulty.
Summertime for both kids and adults is always an exciting season of longer days, and beautiful weather.
For majority of chronic pain sufferers, the search for relief never stops. It’s about finding the right pain relief technique that works best for you, because everybody is different.
Chronic pain has its hurdles, and unless you experience it yourself, you may never fully understand all the problems that come along with it.
Getting a good night’s rest can affect more than just how tired you feel the next day.
Millions of people across the world are quick to admit that spiders are not their favorite, and arachnophobia seems to be a common relation between everyone.
Anyone who suffers from chronic pain can attest that getting a good work out can be a difficult feat to accomplish.
Thousands of people suffer from chronic migraines that just don’t seem to go away.
The New Year has arrived, and millions of people across the world are setting their 2015 resolutions.
Arthritis is a chronic pain issue that affects many adults as they begin to get older.
With so many over the counter, prescription drugs, and topical treatments for helping fight off chronic pain, there have been other forms of treatment that have been proven to be just as effective.
Smoking cigarettes has been around for decades, and although participants understand the risks of smoking, most can’t seem to quit the bad habit.
Anyone who deals with chronic pain on a daily basis knows how much of a serious issue that it really is.
When it comes to the daily process of dealing with chronic pain, it may seem like the best thing to do is take medicine to at least get you through the day.
At Advanced Pain Management, we do everything we can to help our patients fight against the daily struggles of chronic pain.
As summer begins to come to an end, the threat of cold weather becomes more realistic while trying to dealing with chronic pain.
It is no secret that dealing with chronic pain takes up majority of sufferer’s daily agenda.
According to different studies 5-15% of people prescribed painkillers meet the criteria for becoming addicted to the medication.
For dealing with chronic pain, many people choose medication as their go to quick fix.
The summer time is usually a favorite season for many people, enjoying outdoor activities and vacation time away from work—but for Chronic Pain sufferers, the risk of sun burn adds an extra stress factor in dealing with everyday pain management.
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While for most, the summer brings comfortable weather, vacations, and happiness, the threat of weather induced chronic pain is very possible for others.
With the start of summer usually means the start of a more active lifestyle, and for some, that means a painful reminder of joint pain.
As summer kicks off, so does the planning of vacations and trips that the harsh winter season doesn’t allow for.
The purpose pain serves is to alert the body to damaging stimuli such as an inflammatory process or reaction or tissue damage.
When you have a headache, you want it to stop. And you want it to stop now.
With year 2014 many changes to the healthcare system are coming into affect especially in programs associated with the federal government.
With the passing of Super Bowl 2014 and the Olympic’s Opening Ceremony this week, sports are on the minds of many.
Chronic pain does more than just cause discomfort or painful sensations; it can also affect a person psychologically.
If you’re an avid athlete, chances are you have encountered ankle pain or injury at some point in your life.
A few recent studies suggest that regular yoga sessions can provide relief for certain chronic back pain sufferers.
Amongst all the warnings about the dangers of smoking, there’s a new concern that may be surprising.
A recent study by Gallup indicates that more than one third of Americans above the age of 50 suffer from some type of chronic back or neck pain, while a slightly smaller amount suffer from chronic pain in the leg or knee.
Chronic pain can take many forms, and one of those forms is a condition called fibromyalgia.
A new study reveals something that is actually not very surprising: chronic pain can cause anxiety and depression issues.
Our office will be closed May 28th and June 4th. We truly apologize for the inconvenience.
It goes without saying that chronic back pain can disrupt your life in many ways, and one of the most impactful ways it can affect your life is in the quality of your sleep.
When you have back pain, the thought of exercise probably doesn’t sound very appealing.
Dr. Yagnick is happy to announce he is now seeing patients at the APM Thomson location at 315 Fluker Street Thomson, GA 30824 in the Nicholas Medical Center.
Chronic pain can come in many different forms, and one of the most common is a condition called tendinitis.
It is one thing to talk about living with chronic pain, and it’s another to actually live with it.
Patients suffering from painful conditions need options to help treat their symptoms.
Do you suffer from back pain? Well, you’re not alone. As a matter of fact, 8 out of 10 people will have an issue with back pain at some point in their lives, whether it is an isolated incident or a chronic condition.
Our team at Augusta Pain Management wants to help you identify, treat and manage your pain, so that you can get back to being you.
We are happy to announce Dr. Sanjeev Kapuria as the newest member of the Advanced Pain Management team!
We had a ribbon cutting ceremony at our new office on Friday, December 16th.
Advanced Pain Management is proud to announce a new addition to the team and Practice, Samantha Parkinson, our new Nurse Practitioner!
If multiple therapies for headaches have failed, including medicine and other treatments, Botox is now approved to treat migraines.
After several years practicing in downtown Augusta as a premier pain management practice, we are pleased to announce our move to Evans, GA.