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Making Sense of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain

A tidal wave of chronic illness is making the lives of many people miserable and overwhelming our healthcare system. Doctors are frustrated in treating these nagging, overlapping problems: heart disease, fibromyalgia, depression, diabetes, and more. These chronic conditions can be helped by looking at the challenges posed by patients who have been hospitalized with sudden, acute illness, and using analogous treatment strategies. Continue reading

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Chronic Pain Shrinks Your Brain

An important article by Craig Roberts, DC covers the negative effects on the brain of living with chronic pain and the benefits of chiropractic spinal manipulation to control long-lasting spinal pain. Continue reading

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Essential Tool for Chronic Pain Sufferers: Dr. Lavine’s Daily Log

Dr. Lavine offers fibromyalgia and chronic pain sufferers an essential record-keeping tool: Dr. Lavine’s Daily Log. Use it to track your progress. Continue reading

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Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain – The Latest Science

I hate chronic pain and fibromyalgia. It seems like a divine injustice that people should suffer so endlessly and seemingly needlessly. At least research is beginning to uncover some of the basic physiology behind these conditions. Read on to learn more. Continue reading

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Chronic or Recurring Pain a Problem for Half of Americans

Doctors are beginning to consider the ways that pain – regardless of its original cause – has a devastating effect on your brain, body, and mood. Continue reading

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