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June 2024

Do you ever find yourself struggling with ongoing fatigue, muscle pain, or difficulty concentrating? Fibromyalgia might be the culprit, and it's more common than you might think. This chronic pain condition causes widespread pain in muscles and joints. It often comes with fatigue, sleep issues, trouble concentrating (called "fibro fog"), and mood changes.  The exact cause isn't fully understood, but it’s centered around the way the brain processes pain and changes in certain brain chemicals. Some people also experience headaches, irritable bowel symptoms, and tingling sensations.  Certain activities can worsen fibromyalgia pain and symptoms. Intense exercise without warm-up leads to muscle fatigue and

Back surgery is the most common treatment for chronic pain that has failed to respond to other treatments. However, surgeries may not always give the desired results due to factors like individual variations or underlying complexities. Patients might experience a failed back surgery when the procedure doesn't lead to the expected relief or improvement in symptoms. This can be discouraging, but you should stay hopeful and explore alternative paths for healing and pain management. Talking to pain care specialists to learn more about other treatment options can help in finding the relief you deserve. Advanced Pain Care can provide relief when

Living with persistent pain can be a steady battle, creating hurdles and distress that are difficult to ignore. However, advancements in therapeutic innovation, like spinal cord stimulators (SCS), offer hope for managing this pain and bringing effective relief. These tiny devices are put beneath the skin to send gentle electric signals to the spinal cord. These signals disrupt pain messages before they reach the brain, relieving many patients of chronic pain. If you’re seeking relief from chronic pain, consult the spine doctors at Advanced Pain Care in Austin, TX. Our team uses spinal cord stimulation surgery and other pain management techniques

Post-surgical pain implies pain that persists over 3 to 6 months after you've undergone a surgical procedure. Essentially, it is due to a surgery-induced injury to a major nerve. It is characterized by discomfort and pain that may be constant or intermittent and can last for days, weeks, or even months after surgery. Over 45 million surgical processes are performed in the United States every year(1).  Pain management after surgery is important to prevent negative effects (2), such as difficulty performing daily tasks, lower quality of life, and higher medical costs. Moreover, poorly managed pain can disrupt sleep and impact mental

Have you ever experienced a sharp pain in your neck or back while doing everyday tasks like grocery shopping? Well, you’re not alone.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that 20.5% of U.S. adults experience consistent pain that worsens by day(1). This pain is usually felt in the back, hip, or foot. Many people find it hard to decide if they need to see a professional. Have you been battling physical pain for over three months now? Does it refuse to subside no matter what, or worse, become more aggravated with time? Here, we can provide you with advice and