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  1. Pain Management - Side Effects of Pain Medicines

    WebMD explains some of the different common side effects of pain medicine.

  2. Opiate Pain Relievers for Chronic Pain

    Drug details for Opioid analgesics for chronic pain.

  3. Pain Management - When to Call Your Doctor

    WebMD discusses when to call the doctor about pain and how to discuss it.

  4. Pain Management - Reasons to Control Pain

    WebMD shows reason why managing pain is vital to your well-being.

  5. Pain Management - Topic Overview

    WebMD discusses different types of pain and how each can feel.

  6. Opiate Pain Relievers for Cancer Pain

    Drug details for Narcotic painkillers.

  7. Pain Management - Getting Support

    Needing other people for emotional support is a normal part of life. You may have to lean on family and friends if you're getting over an injury or surgery or if you live with pain much of the time. It can be hard sometimes to ask for help. But don't be afraid to reach out. Other people can help you-and they may be eager to help. Along with your family and friends,you can seek support from: ...

  8. Pain Management - Health Tools

    Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health. Decision Points focus on key medical care decisions that are important to many health problems. Complementary medicine: Should I use complementary medicine? Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Anxiety: Using positive thinking Cancer: Controlling cancer ...

  9. Safe Use of Long-Acting Opiates - Topic Overview

    Long-acting opiate pain relievers are medicines used to relieve moderate to severe long-term pain. They are also called extended-release opiates. Opiates relieve pain by changing the way your body feels pain. They don't cure a health problem, but they help you manage the pain.If you take a lot of short-acting medicine, your doctor may give you long-acting opiates. Long-acting opiates help you avoid the ups and downs in pain relief that you may have with short-acting medicine.Opiates are powerful medicines. When taken on schedule and as your doctor prescribes, they work well and are safe. But misuse can cause overdose, dependency, addiction, or death.Examples of long-acting opiatesFentanyl patch (Duragesic)Methadone (Dolophine)Morphine ER (Avinza)Oxycodone controlled-release (OxyContin)Safety tips when using long-acting opiatesTo avoid taking too much (overdose) of these medicines:Take your medicines exactly as prescribed. Do not take extra doses. Even one extra dose can be dangerous.

  10. Manual Therapy for Neck Pain - Topic Overview

    Manual therapy includes: Massage,which applies pressure to the soft tissues of the body,such as the muscles. Mobilization,which uses slow,measured movements to twist,pull,or push bones and joints. Manipulation,which uses rapid,forceful movements to move the bones and joints. Chiropractors,osteopaths,massage therapists,and physical therapists sometimes use manual treatment. Manual ...

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