Phantom limb pain is the sensation of pain that feels like it is coming from a body part that is no longer there. Once believed to be a psychological … [Read more...] about What is Phantom Limb Pain?
Sleep is key to your body’s overall health. But if you experience chronic pain, sleep can become problematic. In fact, sleep disturbances are present … [Read more...] about How Does Chronic Pain Affect Sleep?
The spine consists of bones called vertebrae. The job of these bones is to provide stability and support for the upper body. Nerves run through the … [Read more...] about How is Spinal Stenosis Diagnosed?
Diagnostic nerve blocks numb specific nerves or groups of nerves suspected of causing pain. By injecting an anesthetic into the area of pain, doctors … [Read more...] about Diagnostic Nerve Blocks & Radiofrequency
Joint injections are both therapeutic and diagnostic. By initially injecting numbing medication into painful joints, patients can tell their doctor … [Read more...] about Cortisone/Steroid Injections for Joint Pain
When chronic pain does not respond to traditional pain relief treatment, implanted nerve stimulators can help alleviate pain by delivering a low-level … [Read more...] about How Do Implanted Nerve Stimulators Work to Relieve Pain?
Twenty percent of U.S. adults suffer from chronic pain, according to a recent study analyzing National Health Interview Survey data. Chronic pain is … [Read more...] about Southern Pain & Neurological – Treating Your Pain on the Northshore
Neurogenic claudication — also known as pseudoclaudication — is best defined by breaking down the two parts of its name: Neurogenic: Stemming from … [Read more...] about What is neurogenic claudication — and how is it treated?
Shingles can be one of the most painful, and uncomfortable, experiences of a person's life. This painful experience has a name — … [Read more...] about Dealing with pain after shingles? Let Southern Pain & Neurological help