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Cedar Rapids Pain Associates
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If you feel you have no control over your chronic pain, then it's time to come see us at Cedar Rapids Pain Associates. We're here to help you be as happy and healthy as possible. It's our job to help you best manage your pain. Call us today at (319) 540-8251 to schedule your appointment.
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Pain serves as a form of protection. It tells us that what we're doing is harmful. Read more about why feel pain in our latest blog:
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A recent market research report indicated that more than 1.5 billion people worldwide suffer from chronic pain, of which 100 million are Americans. If you're one of them, it's time to come see the team here at CRPA. Visit us online to find out more about how we can help you or call us today at (319) 540-8251 to schedule your appointment.
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Regular exercise can help ease the pain of your chronic condition. Here are a few exercises that a physical therapist or athletic trainer may recommend:
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Chronic pain is persistent. Pain signals keep firing in the nervous system for weeks, months, or years on end. The most common types of chronic pain are back pain and headache pain, which we can treat here at CRPA. Don't wait another day and call us at (319) 540-8251.
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At Cedar Rapids Paid Associates we offer comprehensive, multidisciplinary, non-narcotic care for many types of pain. Our team includes a board-certified anesthesiologist, a chiropractor, and two nurse practitioners. We work together as a team to ensure you get the most effective care.
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Chronic pain can be physically and physiologically stressful. While addressing your physical pain is important, managing the emotional side effects is as equally important. The American Psychological Association offers tips on how to manage your emotional wellness while coping with chronic pain: Manage your stress, talk to yourself constructively, become active and engaged, find support. and consult a professional. For the full article on managing your mental and emotional wellness, click the link below.
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Many people believe that pain is just something they have to live with. This is not the case. If your pain lasts for more than a couple weeks and gets worse over time, it's important to see a medical professional.
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If you are overweight and suffer from chronic pain, shedding some extra pounds may help relieve the pressure on your joints and back. Get regular exercise, drink plenty of water, and consume a nutrient-dense diet.
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You don't have to live with chronic pain forever. Make your New Year's resolution this year to eliminate your pain once and for all. Call (319) 540-8251 today. http://ht.ly/WFJM9
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