The Pain Correction Process reduces many areas of pain.
Below you’ll find a listing of the most common areas, conditions, and sources of pain that we treat – helping our patients return to a more active lifestyle. All through the use of drug-free technology and procedures.
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The Pain Correction Process addresses arthritis-related pain by treating the mechanical problems that create joint inflammation.
- Pain from arthritis comes from breakdown of the body’s joints.
- Breakdown can come from injuries. Or from wear and tear over time.
- Any joint in the body can have osteoarthritis. But arthritis pain often affects joints in the hands, spine, feet, hips and knees.
- Arthritis pain will often flare-up, followed by brief periods of relief – often without any real obvious reason for the pain.
- Although change in weather is one of the biggest sources of complaints for arthritis-related pain, sleeplessness, diet, and elevated stress levels can also cause flare-ups.
(Osteoarthritis is not from auto-immune disease, like Rheumatoid Arthritis. That is a different kind of arthritis-related pain.)
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The Pain Correction Process reduces the inflammation that leads to bursitis pain, without relying on steroid injections or surgery.
- Bursitis is inflammation of the bursa. There are around 150 different bursa in the body.
- Bursa are small fluid-filled sacs that cushion the bones, tendons, and muscles from shock. They help the smooth glide of joints in body movement.
- The bursa can become inflamed due to prolonged repetitive motions, or problem alignment of the joints.
- Bursitis tends to occur in frequently used areas like the shoulders, elbow, hip, knee, heel and base of the toe.
- The Pain Correction Process can help bursitis at each of these levels with the need for less rest, and the use of injections.
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The Pain Correction Process reduces the pain coming from inflammation in the wrist, leading to numbness, tingling, and even weakness in the hand. Our process doesn’t rely on surgery or medications.
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful inflammation of the nerve inside the wrist, called the Median Nerve.
- Carpal Tunnel produces symptoms like persistent numbness, tingling and numbness of the thumb, index, middle and ring fingers. These symptoms often occur while the hand is being used.
- The median nerve is situated in the area called carpal tunnel, which is very narrow due to compact structure of bones and ligaments in the wrist.
- The pain in the hands often comes from a pinching of this nerve inside the wrist.
- Sometimes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can also come from pinching of the nerves further up from the wrist, like in the elbow, in the shoulder, or even in the neck. Our technology and procedures address these sources of pain as well.
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The Pain Correction Process reduces inflammation of problem areas at the base of the skull and neck that lead to tension type headache and neck pain.
- There are many different kinds of headache pain, but the most common head pain comes from tension type pain, which starts starts in the neck and base of the skull.
- Tension headaches often feel like a squeezing compression or tension around the head, anywhere from the top of the skull to the base. These kinds of headaches tend to get worse as the day goes on.
- Most recurring problems with tension headache begin with pain or injury to the neck, often from stress to the joints and ligaments at the top of the neck, and resulting muscle tension.
- Most tension headaches often occur with neck soreness and pain together.
- The Pain Correction technology targets the inflamed joints, ligaments, and muscular ache that is at the root of much headache and neck pain.
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The Pain Correction Process relieves the inflammation that creates pain in different areas of the knee. We focus on pain caused by mechanical problems in the knee.
- The knee is made up of bones, muscles, and ligaments, and cartilage in a compact structure that has to be flexible and rigid at the same time.
- Injuries, inflammation, or swelling to any part of the knee can result knee pain, especially during physical activities.
- Much knee pain is caused by osteoarthritis, or mechanical breakdown of the knee.
- Rest, ice, heat, and medications are common treatments, but also require more time than many have for healing.
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The Pain Correction Process reduces the inflammation that leads to chronic muscle pain without the use of injections or painkillers.
- Muscle pain has many sources, but often chronic muscle ache is often caused by trigger points.
- Trigger points are small areas of very tight muscle fibers caused by over-activity, stress, and even sleeping problems and hormone shifts.
- Chronic muscle pain can be minor to severe and can reduce your ability to enjoy everyday life.
- When it occurs with distinct pain points in key muscles around the body, chronic muscle aches may be included as a part of a fibromyalgia diagnosis.
- Deep muscle ache, including in cases of fibromyalgia, is treated by targeting the trigger points and releasing them with our technology and procedures. All without the use of injections or painkillers.
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The Pain Correction Process treats the inflammation that leads to nerve pain in the hands, feet, arms, and legs.
- Neuropathy is a condition that affects the nerves, that can lead to muscle twitching, muscle wasting, and even changes in the skin, hair and nails.
- Neuropathy can be minor or severe, and often involves pain.
- Neuropathy can be caused or made worse by diabetes, auto-immune diseases, kidney problems, and other challenging health issues.
- If these conditions are present, they should be treated by a medical provider, together with strategies for reducing nerve pain.
- The Pain Correction Process treats the areas of nerve pain, especially in the limbs, without the use of drugs or injections.
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The Pain Correction Process treats the inflammation in the heal and the bottom of the foot that leads to the stabbing pain of this condition.
- Plantar Fasciiitis is caused by scarring or inflammation in the plantar fascia, a tough connective tissue that connects the heel to the bones of your foot.
- Plantar fascia absorbs the shock of walking, and helps maintain normal walking motion. The plantar fascia can become overstretched or sustain tears due to exercise and excessive footwork (prolonged running or standing.)
- Plantar foot pain is often worse in the morning after just waking up, and often feels like a stabbing sensation in the heel, making it difficult to walk.
- The Pain Correction process reduces stress on the foot and decreases painful inflammation in the bottom of the foot without using drugs, surgery, injections, or time consuming exercises.
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The Pain Correction Process treats shoulder pain and inflammation, and helps the mechanical shoulder issues that lead to shoulder injury.
- Rotator cuff injury is a debilitating injury in the shoulder.
- Rotator cuff is the term for muscles and tendons in the shoulder joint, which work as a unit so your shoulder can do movement while providing stability to the arms.
- The rotator cuff can be affected with conditions such as: tendinitis (inflammation of tendons), muscle tears, muscle impingement, bursitis, and adhesion, which all result from rotator cuff injury.
- Pain and weakness in your shoulder and loss of motion are the primary symptoms.
- Treatment of these kinds of injuries usually include rest, physical therapy, and anti-inflammatory medications.
- The Pain Correction Process can be used with physical therapy, or as a primary treatment for minor injuries to the rotator cuff, where there the muscle or tendon has not torn.
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The Pain Correction Process treats the pain and inflammation that can come with scar healing, or from scars that have not fully healed.
- Scar pain can occur from scars on their way to healing,or even in scars that have closed and are already healed.
- Scar pain can happen when the scar pinches or squeezes a nerve as it closes, or as the scar tissue expands, stimulating pain nerves.
- Scar pain can also be a complication to surgical procedures. And treatment of scar pain depends on the cause of the scar pain.
- Scar pain may be treated with oral painkiller, or skin creams meant to block the pain. Even psychological counseling may be recommended.
- The Pain Correction Process uses our drug-free technology to gently heat, and reduce the inflammation around the scar area, stimulating healing.
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The Pain Correction Process treats the inflammation of joints and muscles that lead to spine and neck pain.
- There are many sources for spine and neck pain, including serious medical conditions.
- The most common source of chronic spine and neck pain is musculoskeletal pain, or pain of the muscles and joints of the spine. Chronic irritation of joints, ligaments, and muscles often lead to osteoarthritis and joint breakdown in the spine and neck, which can be felt as chronic pain.
- Arthritis, tendonitis, myofascial pain, spinal disc pain, and chronic inflammation of joint ligaments are common sources of spine and neck pain.
- The Pain Correction technology reduces the pain and inflammation of many different kinds of spinal tissues that cause chronic spine and neck pain, reducing the use of injections and powerful medications.
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The Pain Correction Process treats the inflammation that can be felt when the spinal discs breakdown, causing pain in many different parts of the spine.
- Spinal discs are tough fibrous structures separating individual bones in the spine, and they serve as shock absorbers that help maintain the shape of the spine.
- In many cases, problems in the spinal disc cause significant pain or discomfort in many different areas near and around the spine, including in the joints near the problem disc, in nerves near the disc, or even in the spinal disc itself – which can feel pain.
- Spinal disc pain must be carefully assessed to determine which part of the spine is affected.
- Many people take over the counter pain medications, or even prescription painkillers, which decrease pain but do not stimulate healing – and in many cases, may even slow it down.
- Surgery is the last resort treatment for spinal disc pain due to limited evidence of good outcomes and risk of infection.
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The Pain Correction Process is a drug-free solution for many causes of joint and muscle stiffness, and loss of normal range of motion.
- Normal joint motion is smooth and unrestricted to allow full-range of motion in the spine, shoulder, hips, knees and other areas.
- Damage to the muscles, ligaments, and joint surfaces can cause joints to become stiff, and lose normal range of motion.
- Loss of normal range of motion can further damage the joints over time, leading to osteoarthritis.
- Joint stiffness is also a common symptom of diseases such as arthritis, lupus erythematosus, gout, bone infections, and inflammation of the tendons.
- The Pain Correction technology is a injection-free, medication-free, surgery-free source of healing for joint stiffness.
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The Pain Correction Process helps control the pain and assists in healing after many strain and sprain injuries.
- Strenuous physical activities and accidents often lead to strain and sprain injuries.
- A sprain happens when ligaments connecting bones become stretched or torn. Strains are injuries to the tendons, which attache the muscle to the bone.
- Both strains and sprains are caused by direct trauma and overuse of the muscles and tendons.
- Falling, running on uneven surfaces, jumping and landing on side of the foot, and not enough after prolonged exercise, are just some activities that can cause strains and sprains.
- Initial treatment for strains and sprains are rest, application of ice and compression, and elevation.
- Sprains and strains without torn ligaments and tendons can be treated with the Pain Correction technology.
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The Pain Correction Process helps patients recovery from surgery while using fewer pain medications.
- Surgical pain is the pain or discomfort following surgery. It happens when the effect of anesthetic on the surgical area disappears, causing pain that tends to be worse when moving.
- Health experts consider most post-surgical pain normal. But post-surgical pain is a concern for patients who are preparing for a surgical procedure.
- The most common treatment for post-surgical pain are painkillers, including opiod based medications. The strength of the painkillers are often tailored to patient’s level of discomfort, and may involve two or more medicines using different routes (oral, intravenous, injections, etc.) to attain proper pain relief.
- Painkillers may be an important part of helping patients move after surgery, however, they have side effects like nausea, constipation, and even addiction.
- The Pain Correction technology offers a way to treat post-surgical pain and decrease reliance on strong painkillers in the recovery process.
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The Pain Correction Process helps patients reduce the pain created by swelling, especially from mild injuries.
- Edema is a swelling caused by an accumulation of fluid in the tissues beneath the skin. Edema causes the skin to ‘pit’ or leave an indentation when pressure is applied to an area.
- Any condition that causes fluids to buildup in the body can cause edema. So can certain medications.
- Mild edema often goes away without treatment, and elevation of the affected part higher than the heart can help make edema swelling disappear faster.
- Longstanding edema is often treated with prescription medicines like water pills, which expels excess fluid in the body to help relieve fluid buildup.
- The Pain Correction technology is helpful in cases of swelling from mild injuries, to assisting in reducing swelling due to certain chronic conditions.
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The Pain Correction Process helps helps heal tendonitis pain with less rest time and fewer painkillers.
- Tendonitis (or tendinitis/tendinosis) is the inflammation of a tendon.
- Tendons are tough and elastic connective tissues that connect muscles to the bone. Muscles pull bones to create movement through the tendons.
- Tendonitis can occur due to sudden sharp movements or repeated overuse of muscles. Tendonitis tends to occur on frequently-used muscles, like the wrist, fingers, elbows, shoulders and legs.
- The tendons can also become infected and result to inflammation.
- Treatment for tendonitis is often uses over-the-counter pain relievers, and the application of heat, ice, and rest. (Antibiotics are used for tendonitis caused by infection.)
- Complete rest on the area is crucial for treatment of tendonitis, and return to activity must be gradual.
- Physical therapy, use of ergonomic bracing, or orthotics are popular treatments.
- The Pain Correction technology helps treat tendonitis without the use of pain killers and can reduce the amount of rest time necessary for healing.
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The Pain Correction Process treats the inflammation that leads to chronic elbow pain with less rest time and fewer painkillers.
- Soreness and pain in the outer part of the elbow is a classic sign of tennis elbow.
- Gripping, turning the wrist, and lifting can create discomfort. The involved area may be tender and stiff, and there may be a loss of grip strength.
- Tennis elbow happens due to inflammation of the tendons that joins the forearm muscles to the elbow. Both the forearm muscles and connected tendons can be inflamed.
- Overuse of the elbow can cause this condition. Painters, carpenters, tennis players, plumbers, mechanics, cooks, cleaners, and others can all experience tennis elbow.
- Rest, taking NSAIDS (aspirin, ibuprofen), and using forearm brace can relieve symptoms of tennis elbow while waiting for the tissue to heal. Exercises for the wrist and elbow can also help treat tennis elbow.
- Surgery may even be considered for tennis elbow cases that become chronic.
- The Pain Correction technology helps treat tennis elbow without the use of pain killers and can reduce the amount of rest time necessary for healing.
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