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New Clinical Trial for Neuropathic Pain By Ted Swing, Ph.D. Physical trauma often produces immediate pain, but for many injuries this pain recedes as the body heals over time. Some types of trauma can cause damage or irritation of the nerves responsible for sensing pain. This can lead to chronic nerve pain. For example, a [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:24-07:00December 4th, 2013|0 Comments

Charged Up

 It may seem like a tool from the dark ages, but up until fairly recently, the pager was one of the primary communication tools in a doctor’s arsenal. Whether it was a patient emergency or a problem at the hospital, pagers were the device that every M.D. had on their person at all times. After [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:25-07:00October 8th, 2013|Comments Off on Charged Up

When the ache isn’t specific, it’s a major problem

By Kevin Whipps Pain of all kinds is difficult to deal with, but there are some types of pain that are easier to manage than others. With headaches, for example, you know where the problem is and therefore where to focus your attention. But what about the pain that seems to come from everywhere that [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:25-07:00October 8th, 2013|Comments Off on When the ache isn’t specific, it’s a major problem

Spanish Tortilla with Roasted Red Peppers and Chorizo

South of the Border This traditional Spanish tortilla recipe takes inspiration from the rustic peasant dish to create an eggy casserole that’s started on the stovetop and finished under the broiler. Roasted red peppers, slices of spicy chorizo sausage and bubbling manchego cheese give this dish all the savory qualities of your favorite pizza without [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:26-07:00August 1st, 2013|0 Comments

Just the Facts

An Inside Look at the Clinical Research Process By Ted Swing, Ph.D., and Kevin Whipps As researchers, we are committed to leading the way in pain medicine through clinical trials. But often we’re asked how we do what we do: the process, treatments and conditions, and what those mean for our clients. So what is [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:27-07:00August 1st, 2013|0 Comments

Two Free Upcoming Expos

Check out these two free upcoming expos. Chronic Pain Expo Sept. 7 In honor of September’s status as chronic pain awareness month, Arizona Pain Specialists will sponsor a free Chronic Pain Awareness Expo on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013. Ideal for caregivers and those living with chronic pain, the event will be an opportunity to learn [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:27-07:00August 1st, 2013|0 Comments

Spinach and Quinoa Salad

Spinach and Quinoa Salad with Strawberries and Balsamic Vinaigrette By Jess O’Toole Ingredients: 1 cup cooked brown quinoa, cooled to room temperature 3 oz. spinach leaves (or one 5 oz. container packaged spinach leaves) 1 pint fresh strawberries 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil leaves 2 tbsp. fresh chopped chives 1/3 cup Marcona almonds 1 tbsp. [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:28-07:00May 31st, 2013|0 Comments

Family Additions

We introduce the latest location of Arizona Pain Specialists. By Kevin Whipps Arizona Pain Specialists has locations across the Valley, but those in the Desert Ridge area just got a more convenient option, with the addition of our new clinic located right off the Loop 101 and Tatum Boulevard in Phoenix. And better yet, it [...]

2014-08-27T16:06:21-07:00May 31st, 2013|0 Comments

Tere Derbez-Zacher World Champion Runner

Positive Energy By Kevin Whipps It’s 5 a.m. on a weekday, and a woman is lacing up her shoes to head out for a run. It’s not a jog for her health, it’s not about trying to reach some personal goal. It’s to forget. To try to work out the pain she felt from her [...]

2016-10-24T14:05:28-07:00May 1st, 2013|0 Comments
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