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Manage Stress Levels to Manage Your Pain

April 3rd, 2014

Anxiety and Agony Manage stress levels to manage your pain. By Marie Look Stress and pain are an unwelcome but inseparable pair. When you’re in pain, it stresses you out. When you’re under stress, it can cause or further aggravate pain. And around and around the cycle goes. So it makes sense then that taking […]


Platelet Rich Plasma and Tissue Regeneration

April 3rd, 2014

Repair Shop Platelet rich plasma (PRP) and tissue regeneration By Ted Swing, Ph.D. Many injuries to various parts of the body will heal on their own. In some cases, however, the damage can remain or grow worse over time and cause chronic pain and restricted movement. This is common in joints such as the knees, […]


Sitting Can Take Years Off Your Life

April 3rd, 2014

Stand Up Sitting Can Take Years Off Your Life By Kevin Whipps Sitting. It’s one of those things that we all do, whether it’s relaxing on the couch after a long day at work, or during our regular 8-5 plugging away at a keyboard the way most Americans seem to do nowadays. Turns out that […]


Get out there and do something fun this month

March 5th, 2014

In the Community Get out there and do something fun this month. If you have something to contribute to this section, please email petraf@arizonapain.com March 1, 2014 MLB Spring Training Cactusleague.com March 1, 2014 Sunnyslope FHC Health & Community Fair 934 W Hatcher, Phoenix 9am-12pm Mihs.org March 1,2014 Arizona Pain Rock the Fit Employees & […]


Stop running around and get help at one location.

March 5th, 2014

One-Stop Shop Stop running around and get help at one location. By Kevin Whipps You’re running errands one afternoon, when a tinge of pain hints you in your lower back. No biggie, you’ll hit the chiropractor later, right? Then time goes on, and you see one of those handy chiropractors that has a space next […]


New Study to Examine the Efficacy of Burst Neurostimulation

March 5th, 2014

From the Research Dept. New Study to Examine the Efficacy of Burst Neurostimulation By Ted Swing, Ph.D. One of the frontiers in the treatment of chronic pain is neurostimulation (also called neuromodulation). Neurostimulation involves devices that deliver electrical pulses to alter nerve responses. When used in the brain, this can be used to prevent epileptic […]

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Amniotic Tissue Allografts for Joint Degeneration

February 4th, 2014

From the Research Department Amniotic Tissue Allografts for Joint Degeneration By Ted Swing, Ph.D. Degeneration of the joints is one of the most common causes of chronic pain, affecting tens of millions of Americans. This is often due to osteoarthritis (OA) — gradual deterioration of the cartilage in the joints. OA is most common in […]


Learning more about Holistic Pain

February 3rd, 2014

1-on–1 Learning more about Holistic Pain. By Kevin Whipps Holistic Pain — think about that phrase for a second. The dictionary defines Holistic as “ …characterized by the treatment of the whole person, taking into account mental and social factors, rather than just the physical symptoms of a disease.” In other words, it’s about looking […]

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Positive Results in Revolutionary Stem Cell Study

January 31st, 2014

Arizona Pain Announces Positive Results in Revolutionary Stem Cell Study on Chronic Low Back Pain The future of spine care is making great headway in Phoenix, AZ, as Arizona Pain, (arizonapain.com) the premiere pain management clinic in the greater Phoenix area, offers patients hope by announcing positive, Phase II trial results from a ground breaking […]


The Future of Neurostimulation

January 6th, 2014

The Research Department The Future of Neurostimulation By Ted Swing, Ph.D. In the late 1960s, researchers discovered a technique for relieving pain using electrical pulses. Though intense electrical shocks can be painful, they found that less powerful pulses delivered to the nerves in a painful area decreased the perception of pain. This finding was explained […]