Chronic Pain - What Happens
In some cases, chronic pain develops after an injury or illness. The pain continues even after you have recovered from the injury or illness. For example, many people who have had a limb amputated report feeling chronic pain in the missing limb.
Pain Management - Topic Overview
WebMD discusses different types of pain and how each can feel.
Chronic Pain - Prevention
Chronic pain cannot always be prevented. Maintaining good physical and mental health may be the best way to prevent chronic pain or help you cope with the constant pain. It is important to get enough sleep every night.
Opiate Pain Relievers for Chronic Pain
Drug details for Opioid analgesics for chronic pain.
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) - Topic Overview
What is TENS?Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a therapy that uses low - voltage electrical current for pain relief. You do TENS with a small, battery - powered machine about the size of a pocket radio. Usually, you connect two electrodes (wires that conduct electrical current) from the machine to your skin. The electrodes are often placed on the area of pain or at a pressure .
Chronic Pain - Topic Overview
This topic provides information on chronic pain that is caused by factors other than cancer.
Objects in the Ear - Prevention
Tips to help prevent children from inserting objects into their ears.
Objects in the Ear - Topic Overview
Objects (foreign bodies) inserted into the ear usually do not cause significant damage. However, objects that are inserted forcefully can damage the ear canal or penetrate the eardrum.
Bodywork and Manual Therapy - Topic Overview
What are bodywork and manual therapy?Bodywork and manual therapy are general terms that refer to body manipulation therapies used for relaxation and pain relief. Massage and chiropractic are well - known forms of bodywork.The idea behind bodywork is that people learn-or are forced by injury or stress into-unnatural ways of moving or holding their bodies. This unnatural movement or posture changes
Neck Pain: Immediate Attention
Does your neck pain need immediate medical attention? WebMD tells you when to call the doctor.