How Can I Treat Chronic Pain?

Alternative Treatments, Back Pain Treatments, Pain Management Jun 22, 2015

Chronic Pain |

Minor aches and pains are pretty normal to everyday life. These kinds of pain are most likely caused by something minor and will either go away on their own or be treated using over-the-counter medications. However, some people experience mild to severe pain on a daily basis. This chronic pain needs to be looked at by a medical professional so that you can get treatment that will actually make a difference. Your daily routine should not be a struggle. Seek a doctor’s help when your bodily pain becomes a part of day-to-day life to effective treat chronic pain.

Getting Therapy

There are numerous treatments your doctor might suggest to treat chronic pain. Physical therapy is one option. The pain you are experiencing can be made worse by exercising incorrectly, and getting physical therapy will ensure that you do not overdo your exercise regimen, and you will end up building up a tolerance for the pain. Cognitive behavioral therapy may also be recommended so that you better understand the relationship between your body and mind and how chronic pain affects that relationship.

Taking Medications

Over-the-counter products are useful for treating mild, temporary pain, but when the pain is persistent, this kind of medication will not do a lot of good. A doctor will be able to prescribe you medication that will be able to help you better manage your chronic pain. Some of the types of medications that may be discussed with you include steroids, antidepressants, NSAIDs and anti-seizure medications. Some of these medications are not recommended for everyone, so talk with your doctor about your options.

Other techniques can be utilized by a doctor to help you with your pain, and these include:

  • Heat and cold therapy
  • Practicing relaxation techniques
  • Massage therapy

Excessive, chronic pain should not be something you have to deal with on a daily basis. Find a solution for the problem by seeing an experienced doctor who is well-versed in handling your specific kind of pain. Once the proper treatment is applied, you will be able to treat chronic pain and feel better in no time.




By Dr. James  Lin
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One Response to “How Can I Treat Chronic Pain?”

  1. Reply Lauren says:

    Getting therapy can be a great way to relieve chronic pain. Thanks for sharing!

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