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Pain Alleviation


Uncover more ways on how we can help you achieve pain alleviation with pain management.

A lot of people believe that pain is essential in our lives since it helps us survive and makes us strong. Regardless of what you may think, though, we still need to relieve ourselves from pain since it is a warning sign from our body that we need to take extra care of ourselves.

This is where the core of medicine comes in: to preserve and restore patients’ quality of life and lessen their suffering from pain. For this reason, AZ Pain Medicine Clinic offers pain alleviation services that are responsive to patients’ concerns about dealing ang managing with constant and chronic pain.

For you to recognize pain and pinpoint the disease you may be experiencing, knowledge about pain is important. After all, pain can come from many factors, and a variety of variables control a person’s perception of pain.

What Is Pain?

Pain is common in diseases and illnesses. It is an experience of unpleasant emotion and sensation that is linked to tissue damage. Pain helps the body react and prevent further tissue damage by sending signals that something is wrong through the nerve fibers to the brain.

Bear in mind that people feel pain differently. Because of the various ways to describe and feel pain, it can be a challenge to define and treat the pain that patients feel.

If you ever feel pain, be it emotional or physical, you can talk it out with our pain doctors at our pain clinic. We can also discuss holistic approaches to pain management with our patients.

How Do You Know What Type Of Pain You Are Experiencing?

Before making a diagnosis, our pain doctors at AZ Pain Medicine Clinic would discuss with you first what type of pain you experience before creating a recovery plan to achieve pain alleviation. There are many clinical characteristics of pain that may affect your prognosis and treatment, and they are as follows:

  • Location. Knowing the location of your pain can help your pain specialists ascertain the possible cause of your pain. However, keep in mind that you cannot expect the location of your pain to match the site of injury or disease process all the time since there are deep organ pains that may occur in a complicated region of the body.
  • Intensity. The intensity of the pain that patients feel is the most difficult factor to assess. Although intensity is necessary to know what type of pain patients experience and how to reduce pain and discomfort, people have different tolerance levels. In fact, women have higher tolerance as compared to children and men, so there is really no one way to determine intensity in all cases.
  • Quality. Measuring the quality of pain that one feels is very useful in evaluating the origin of your pain. For example, rapid pain may indicate a neural origin, while pulsatory pain may be a result of vascular disease.
  • Psychological reaction. Psychological reactions will vary from one patient to another, but it can help your pain specialists evaluate the possible causes of your pain.
  • Duration. One of the measurable characteristics of pain is its duration. It allows your pain care professionals to determine what type of pain it is you’re feeling and what pain alleviation treatments may help.

The 3 Pain Groups According to the Duration of Your Symptoms

  • Acute pain, where pain usually lasts less than 3 months. It acts as a warning and can be a defensive reaction by the body.
  • Survived pain, where a person may feel pain as a result of improper treatment of acute pain. It usually happens when the pain persists, despite the tissue already having recovered.
  • Chronic pain, where a patient may suffer pain for more than 3 months. This type of pain is due to the nature and symptoms of the disease and may require multi-therapeutic activities.

    If you do develop pain, we encourage you to seek a consultation with our pain doctors at AZ Pain Medicine Clinic right away. This way, we can help you with pain management and raise your quality of life.

What Are The Different Types Of Pain That We Can Alleviate?

In general, pain is divided into different types as follows:

  • Nerve Pain/Neuropathic Pain: A pain that can feel like shooting or burning and is often chronic. It is usually the result of nerve damage or a malfunctioning nervous system of your body.
  • Psychogenic Pain: This is a type of pain that is associated with psychological factors. Here, mental or emotional problems can prolong the pain that patients feel. Some of the most common psychogenic pain include muscle pains, back pain, stomach pain, and headaches.
  • Musculoskeletal Pain: We use the term musculoskeletal pain to refer to the type of pain that you may have in your muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bones. Wear and tear of daily activities can usually damage these tissues, so you should be careful when you move too much or do any strenuous activities.
  • Chronic Muscle Pain/Myofascial Pain Syndrome: This type of pain refers to the pain and inflammation in the body’s soft tissues. It is a chronic condition that may affect the connective tissues in a muscle group or a single muscle.
  • Abdominal pain: Commonly known as bellyache, abdominal pain is another type of pain that we can help you alleviate at AZ Pain Medicine Clinic. The conditions that are commonly related to this pain include constipation, stomach virus, indigestion, and menstrual cramps for women.
  • Joint Pain: Joint pain is a type of pain that associates with your joints. The damage to the joints from disease or injury can interfere with your movements.
  • Central Pain Syndrome: This is a neurological condition that results from a dysfunction in the central nervous system.
  • Diabetes-Related Nerve Pain (Neuropathy): This refers to the damage in the nerves that are supposed to allow you to feel sensations. For a safe and effective alleviation of this pain, we advise that you discuss treatment plans with your doctor.
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia: This is an ongoing pain condition that affects certain nerves in your face. The pain you feel is similar to an electric shock, which can sometimes be intense.
  • Phantom Pain: This pain refers to painful sensations that feel as though they are coming from a missing limb.

We believe that each patient’s case is unique. Knowing the type of pain that you’re suffering from will help our pain doctors at AZ Pain Medicine Clinic come up with alternative pain management short-term plan that could be effective for you.

Why Is It Important To Alleviate Pain?

Pain can stay in one place or can spread around the body for a short or long period of time. Regardless of the duration and location, pain can affect a patient’s quality of life.

Below are some areas of your life that may be affected if you do not alleviate your pain:

  • Sleep. Pain can disrupt your sleep, which can also lead to other more serious conditions. Disruptions in sleep can result in physical and mental exhaustion and poor-quality health overall.
  • Appetite. Pain can also disrupt your appetite. It can cause changes in how a person behaves towards food. The patient may either suffer from the loss of appetite or may feel anxious and excessively eager to eat. Both of these conditions will later have an effect on one’s health.
  • Mood and Mental Health. Pain can also affect the mood and mental health of patients. People experiencing pain oftentimes show sadness, irritability, and an outburst of anger, which can result in frequent conflicts with friends and family. These unstable moods can affect one’s quality of living since they can eliminate social life and encourage psychological isolation.

Alleviating your pain as soon as it occurs will be a key component to improving your quality of life. At AZ Pain Medicine Clinic, our pain care experts can provide you with a prognosis for your pain and suggest treatments that are best for you.

How To Get Rid Of Pain Forever?

If you notice signs of pain in any part of your body, we suggest that you seek medical help as soon as possible. Pain can vary from patient to patient. Since different types of pain can mean different types of treatment, you should consult your physicians at our pain clinic for the best way to alleviate pain.

Here are some treatments that you may discuss with our pain care experts:

  • Medications. Most of the time, medication is used as pain management and is effective if you take it regularly and on schedule. There are various pain relief medicines that you can take to alleviate the pain that you’re feeling. Medical drug treatments may include over-the-counter medicines, pain relievers, corticosteroids, and antidepressants.
  • Therapies. If you prefer to know more about how to relieve pain without medicine, then therapies might be your best option. With therapies, you can reduce pain without any of the side-effects of medications, and there also won’t be any possibility of drug addiction.

Pain is a complex, protective mechanism that protects your body from danger and harm. For pain alleviation, you need to get a diagnosis from a competent AZ pain doctor, especially if your pain is serious. You can rest assured that our pain doctors at AZ Pain Medicine Clinic use tried-and-tested methods to help you alleviate the pain. Our individualized treatment plans cater to any patients and are designed specifically for your daily needs.

If you would like to schedule a consultation with us, you may give us a call here at AZ Pain Medicine Clinic with our phone number at +1-602-368-8800, or you can drop by our Arizona office from 8:00am- 6:00 pm from Mondays to Fridays. You may also simply Click Here to book an appointment with our staff.

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