Blog Posts - Pain Management



Plastic surgery pain management

New ways  of cosmetic Plastic surgery pain management Some “discomfort” is an normal and expected part of any plastic surgery procedure.  Plastic surgery pain management is an important part of the recovery from cosmetic surgery procedu...
by Tavallali plastic surgery blog on Feb 17, 2014

Teams, roles, and contributions

I’m quite keen to generate some more discussion about how individual professions can contribute within Interdisciplinary/Interprofessional Team without being defensive of their contribution, nor allowing other disciplines to encroach on their s...
by Healthskills on Feb 5, 2014

Interdisciplinary? Or serial monotherapy?

Teamwork can be a mixed blessing. Knowing that other members of the team are working alongside you is wonderful but a team that’s not functioning well can be a destructive animal that can tear itself apart. I’ll begin with some definition...
by Healthskills on Feb 2, 2014

Is It Wrong To Medicate To The Point Of Needing Ventilation – Question from mpatk

"To clarify, would you consider it acceptable to sedate to the point of requiring assisted ventilation for a sufficiently painful injury (e.g. multiple long bone fx’s)?" I have not needed to ventilate any of these patients, but I have added oxyge...
by Rogue Medic on Jan 28, 2014

Coping: neither good, nor bad, but “it depends”

Coping is a concept we often use in chronic pain management. Our aim as clinicians is to help people with chronic pain cope with their pain so they can do more of what is important to them. Most of us know that coping mediates between the individual...
by Healthskills on Jan 6, 2014

A new year, a fresh beginning

It has been a long time since I last posted actively on this blog. This is because, over the last year, I have been writing my PhD thesis – and although I’m not yet completely finished, I’m very close. This means I’m ready to...
by Healthskills on Jan 5, 2014

How To Control Pain

A new study, published in the November 2008 issue of the journal Current Biology* just blew my mind.Researchers found that just by changing the way subjects looked at an achy limb, they could affect the degree of pain experienced AND the swelling of...
by Connecting Hypnotherapy... on Dec 18, 2013

All These Pain Killers… For What?

  So I have recently been involved in some serious decision-making lately and I wanted to get all the frisky details under wraps before it all goes down. For several years, I’ve been dealing with Endometriosis and Anemia. Both of which don’t...
by The Velvet Closet of a Lesbian on Dec 14, 2013

Pain management in patients with liver cirrhosis

Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2013 Dec 2. pii: S0210-5705(13)00167-2. doi: 10.1016/j.gastrohep.2013.05.007. [Epub ahead of print] [Article in Spanish] Ojeda A, Moreno LA. Servicio de Anestesiología y Reanimación, Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, Barcelon...
by Hepatitis C Research and News on Dec 13, 2013

What Dreams May Come

In Days Gone By All befuddled as to why, why, why – still! Even yet, and still, to feel so …Continue reading »...

What Dreams May Come

In Days Gone By All befuddled as to why, why, why – still! Even yet, and still, to feel so …Continue reading »...

How not to have pain in my kidneys

Localisation of pain caused by kidney stones Back pain (Photo credits: www.myhardhatstickers.com)Pain in the lower back is called (often wrongly) "bad kidneys" can ruin our daily lives. list the different solutions to no longer have the bac...
by Best Daily Entries on Sep 21, 2013

Drawing is wonderful for pain management!

You know, I'm dreading winter. If I'm flaring like this when the weather starts changing, I'm in for it. But hey, maybe this will be the winter that doesn't hurt me as much, right? In the meantime, I've been doing lots of drawing and doodling. The...

Revelation 6:6 – difficult times solutions (1) : background notes

Today I confess that I actually studied economics and administration (public finance and administration, macro and micro economics, management, accounting, money and banking, business management, social methodology, dynamics of organization etc.) in...
by Narrow Gate to heaven? on Sep 20, 2013

Acupunctre Alternative: As Easy As Bingo

Melissa Say What? - The Journey of a Young, Single, Working Mother to a Teen featuring Practical Product & Food Reviews, Recipes, Giveaways and Family Friendly Articles.  Months of suffering from joint pain in my wrists, elbows, shoulder and...
by Melissa Say What? on Sep 14, 2013

The Role of Hypnotherapy In Chronic Pain Management

Acute pain is usually defined as pain characterised by its sudden onset and short duration. Chronic pain is pain that persists for several months, years, or in some cases, pain that can last a lifetime. It is a complex, debilitating and life changing...
by Connecting Hypnotherapy... on Sep 4, 2013

A Day To Remember... Always

Yesterday was a day that I will always remember.  Nicholas came up north to our family cottage for the afternoon!  It has been seven years since was last here and we were all unsure whether he could withstand the pain of such a long (two ho...

Noxicare Natural Pain Relief Product Review & Giveaway (2 Winners)

Noxicare Natural Pain Relief is a breakthrough natural, patented pain relief formula that is a proprietary combination of 7 of the world’s most potent natural pain relievers that quickly and effectively alleviate inflammation, muscle aches and ner...
by Women's Intuition on Aug 5, 2013

Pain Management Therapeutics Market is Expected To Decline USD 29.47 Billion CAGR of (5.5%) By 2018

Pain Management Therapeutics Market is Expected To Decline USD 29.47 Billion CAGR of (5.5%) By 2018 Transparency Market Research published …Continue reading »...

Dealing With Difficult Times

Blah, this has not been a fun week. Long story short, I was prescribed a new medication around 6 weeks ago, and I seem to be having negative reactions to it. You know, the kind that show up in the pamphlet that comes with your medication under the ca...


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