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The holidays can be stressful. Between hosting family members, preparing holiday meals, cooking or even just grocery shopping during the holiday season, it’s easy to experience stress. Chronic pain can be worsened by stress, so it’s important to learn how to ease holiday stress. ...

The holiday season is here! At holiday parties or get-togethers, there is usually a large amount of food to be eaten. It’s important to remember, though, that good nutrition and wellness are especially important for those with chronic pain to help control pain symptoms and reduce inflammation. ...

The Pain Management Group is expanding to better serve our patients. We are pleased to welcome three new pain management physicians to our growing practice. ...

For those with chronic pain, an important aspect of pain management is acknowledging not just the physical sensation of pain, but also the emotional, social and psychological toll it can take. Living with chronic pain can mean also living with anxiety, depression and social and relationship issues. That’s why it is important to focus on treating the whole person....

Chronic pain is a life-changing diagnosis. Once-loved activities or hobbies may not be as easy as they once were before chronic pain....

Our lifestyles and eating habits can have a big impact on our bodies. It should come as no surprise that chronic pain can also be impacted by how we fuel our bodies with food....

Nearly all pain has some component of inflammation. The foods we choose to eat each day can make inflammation worse, causing more pain....

Stress affects everyone, but if you are living with chronic pain, you may find that stress can increase and worsen your pain symptoms. Because of this, it is necessary to find methods and techniques to help you cope with and manage your stress levels....

A balanced, healthy diet is an important component of chronic pain management. But eating healthy can be difficult, and many people think it can be expensive. However, that’s not always the case....