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Spinal Cord Stimulation For Failed Back Surgery Patients

Pain is a complex thing and it is the number one reason why people in the U.S. search for help via the healthcare system. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, chronic pain is the most common cause of long-term disability. It can also be a barrier to treatment, accounts for a [...]

Arizona Pain Spinal Cord Stimulation Therapy

Read About Arizona Pain Spinal Cord Stimulation Therapy Arizona Pain Spinal Cord Stimulation Therapy is an exciting new treatment for patients! Arizona’s leading pain management practice announces new cutting-edge treatment option for chronic back and leg pain patients in Arizona Arizona Pain (arizonapain.com) is dedicated to bringing cutting-edge chronic pain treatments to Arizona residents who [...]

New Pain-Fighting Implantable Devices Are Flexible, Wireless, And Use Light

Chronic pain sufferers looking for new options to manage their conditions might consider implantable devices. Researchers are working to update these devices to make them even more helpful in the fight against chronic pain. New technology has made them not only more flexible, but also more convenient, operating from wireless technology and without a bulky [...]

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Neuros Medical Study May Offer New Treatment for Lower Limb Amputees

FROM THE LAB By Ted Swing, Ph.D The loss of a leg due to an accident or other cause can pose a number of challenges, from the immediate pain to walking again with prosthesis. Such injuries can also cause severe chronic pain, potentially lasting for years. These patients may have their chronic pain managed with [...]

August Reads: Stem Cell Therapy Advances To Yoga

It’s been a busy August at Arizona Pain while we stay hot on the trail of the latest pain news, research, and lifestyle tips to make this blog your go-to destination for information and inspiration. Here’s what we discussed over during August. Guess which gender experiences more pain We kicked the month off with an article [...]