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Chronic Pain
13
Nov

How to See Non-Visible Pain

Chronic pain can happen to anyone and take many forms. Not all of them are visible, or even recognizable, to the outside observer.
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01
Oct

How Improving Your Home Routines Can Alleviate Chronic Pain

A positive and productive relationship between doctors and their patients is critical. Forming and maintaining an atmosphere in which you feel comfortable and trust your physician to help you with important decisions is incredibly valuable to us at ReclaimAbility. To continue the pursuit of that goal, this is the beginning of a monthly series that...
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14
Feb

Why Chronic Pain Can Result in Low Libido: How to Reclaim the Romance

Low libido can be a side effect of chronic pain for numerous reasons. One reason being the mere pain of physical intimacy, and the other being side effects of long-term prescription drug use. Your sex life, when discussed with a ReclaimAbility pain physician, can improve through various recommendations and treatment options.
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young woman experiencing neck pain
09
Jul

Treating Fibromyalgia Pain

First described in 1990, fibromyalgia has proven to be one of the modern era’s most perplexing medical mysteries.  Characterized by widespread and chronic pain all over the body, fibromyalgia can also cause symptoms like difficulty sleeping, fatigue, and stiffness.  It’s also associated with anxiety, depression, cognitive dysfunction, headaches, and irritable bowel syndrome, all of which...
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reclaimability patient helen walking outside
01
Jun

Recovering from Decades of Pain: Helen’s Story

On February 4th, 1977, Helen was driving her car. Then, a tractor trailer lost control on a steep turn and rolled over onto her. Recovering from a serious motor vehicle accident can leave victims with thousands of dollars in medical bills from immediate care including emergency transportation, surgery, or physical therapy services. Victims can also...
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07
May

What Chronic Pain Patients Wish You Knew

Through years of working with patients suffering from chronic pain, we’ve seen the complex ways it shapes people’s relationships, stressing friendships and marriages, lowering self-worth and causing feelings of helplessness. We’ve seen the power pain has to make people feel isolated, but they don’t have to be. If you know someone suffering with chronic pain,...
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