Pain Getting You Down -Affecting
Your Quality of Life
Acute or Chronic Pain - Any
We Can Help
Do you need to call us?
- Are you happy with
your current treatments?
- Do you want to live in your current state for the
rest of your life?
- Are you taking more medication with less relief? (If
something really works shouldn't you need less or none?)
- Would you like
to stop addictive pain medicine?
- Are you addicted to your medication?
- Are you suffering side effects from your medication?
your pain or pain medicine interfering with your relationship with your partner, children, and friends?
- Can you get in for an appointment within 24 hours?
you seen at your appointment time or do you wait?
- Are you listened to and treated
with respect by you physician and staff?
- Are you ready to do what it takes
to change your pain?
If you don't
like the answers you should give us a call and talk to our friendly, caring staff today.
We are the go to experts. Our success rate is excellent. This is demonstrated
by the fact that many of our patient's are referrals from physicians when other treatment programs have failed to provide
Our pain treatment, pain resolution/management program has proved since 1994 to be extremely
effective. We often get results for chronic pain cases 10 to 20 years old.
If you are unhappy
with your current approach to pain give us a call.
We can help
you manage or eliminate the pain without dangerous addictive drugs.
pain treatment program has been used effectively in tens of thousands of cases.
So, if you are looking to regain control of your life we can help.
PAIN OF ANY CAUSE, ACUTE AND CHRONIC.
"We Specialize in Treating Difficult Cases".
The method we use is "A
well known technique for chronic pain management as shown by the research conducted by NIH" ( National Institutes of
Health and Research in Baltimore, Maryland) that has been enhanced and improved by Dr. Saylor.
This technique for treating pain and providing chronic pain management has been shown through research
in Canada, and in many clinics throughout the United States and the world, to be most effective and provide relief when other
Treatment seeks to regulate and rebalance the bodies
systems. This is, of course a well known technique for chronic pain management as shown by the research conducted by NIH (
National Institutes of Health and Research in Baltimore, Maryland). It has been shown to be very effective in the treatment
Our goal is to restore the patient to prior level of functional
independence and improve the quality of life.
DESCRIPTION of PAIN
Pain is a message sent by the body to the brain, signaling that disease,
injury, or strenuous activity has caused trouble in some area. Without pain, you would remain unaware of many problems - from
torn ligaments to appendicitis - until the disorders became serious. At low levels, pain can motivate you to rest the injured
area so that tissues can be repaired and additional damage can be prevented. When severe, pain can motivate you to seek treatment
Not all pain, though, appears to serve a useful function. While acute
pain, the pain described above, can alert us to a problem that needs immediate attention, in some cases pain lasts long after
an injured area has healed. In other instances, pain may be caused by recurring backache, migraines and other headaches, arthritis,
and other disorders. Referred to as chronic pain - which is defined as pain that occurs, continually or intermittently, for
more than six months - this pain may signal an ongoing problem that cannot be eliminated through treatment. In such a case,
pain management often becomes the treatment goal.
For some people, pain is cyclical
- pain produces anxiety and this anxiety intensifies the pain. Fear and anticipation of the physical problem can also heighten
the pain, leading to feelings of depression and helplessness. When experiencing such pain, it is natural to limit one's activities.
This can lead to a "chronic pain cycle", which can adversely affect one's confidence and self- esteem.
Being aware of the chronic pain cycle as well as understanding its psychological effects can help
you avoid being drawn to it:
1. The cycle generally begins with prolonged periods
of rest and inactivity, causing a loss in physical strength, endurance, and flexibility. As a result, you may begin to lose
confidence in your ability to do things, causing a lowering of personal goals.
Inability to perform usual activities at home or work is likely to promote feelings of frustration, and you may begin perceiving
yourself as unproductive. This sense of lowered self-esteem may further lead to depression.
3. During times when the pain subsides or is more tolerable than usual, you may overexert yourself in an effort
to prove to yourself and others that you can still do the things you did before the chronic pain began.
4. As a result of the overexertion, the pain often returns and may be more severe than before. You
may find yourself unable to finish tasks or accomplish goals. Discouraged and in pain, you begin limiting your activities,
and the cycle begins again.
One way to keep from getting caught up in the chronic
pain cycle is through pain management. Often, the reduction of physical pain can prevent the cycle from starting.There are a variety of treatments that can help alleviate pain. Some do so on a purely physical level,
perhaps by interrupting the pain process or desensitizing nerve endings. Others approach pain control on a psychological level,
by affecting the mind's perception of the pain. In the treatment of pain, however, there often is no clear-cut separation
of the physical and the psychological. Just as a physical reduction of pain may decrease anxiety and improve outlook, so can
the mind be used to relax muscles and effect other physical changes that then reduce symptoms.
on the cause of your pain, the level of your pain, we choose an individualized plan to treat all the issues.
If you are sincere about dealing with your pain
Stop the Hurt --- Call