Chronic Pain Management
If you suffer from chronic pain and want to avoid addictive pain medicines, our board-certified physicians offer some alternative solutions. At My Health 360 in Clarence, New York, we offer non-narcotic medications, trigger point injections, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) injections, PRFM (Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix) injections, photo-biomodulation, Low Level Laser and LED treatments, and nutritional supplement guidance among other lifestyle change recommendations to improve your symptoms and restore your quality of life. Whether it is a chronic muscle or tendon injury or joint pains, we work with you to create a safe and effective non-narcotic / non-opioid treatment plan that may offer you best opportunity to improve your quality of life.
Make an appointment today with My Health 360 by phone or online to create a safe and effective non-narcotic / non-opioid treatment plan that offers you best opportunity to minimize pain and improve your quality of life.
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Chronic Pain Management Q & A
What is chronic pain management?
Chronic pain management at My Health 360 involves treatments that may ease long-lasting pain without addictive opioids or invasive surgery. We will review your symptoms and medical history, completes an exam, and may use blood or imaging tests to diagnose the cause of your pain and then develop personalized chronic pain treatment plan.
What are the symptoms of chronic pain?
If you suffer from long-lasting pain, it might present as:
- Dull, aching pain
- Sharp or throbbing pain
- Decreased range of motion or mobility
- Headaches or migraines
- Neck or back pain
- Shoulder, elbow, or wrist pain
- Hip, knee, or ankle pain
- Other joint pain or weakness
- Nerve pain
- Depression and anxiety
- Sleep disturbance and mood changes
We will work with you to develop an effective and safe pain management treatment plan to best manage your symptoms and to help improve your quality of life.
What causes chronic pain?
Chronic pain may stem from a wide array of injuries or diseases. Examples include:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Chronic inflammation
- Muscle, bone, tendon, or cartilage injuries
- Joint injuries
- Side effects of certain medications, especially cholesterol lowering medications.
You may have experienced an injury after playing sports, falling down, wear-and-tear associated with aging, or lifting something heavy. Having an autoimmune disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis, is a common cause of long-lasting pain as well.