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  • New study provides evidence for more effective brain-based treatment of chronic back pain

    The study examined the critical connection between the brain and pain for treating chronic pain. The study examined the critical connection between the brain and pain for treating chronic pain. Specifically, they looked at the importance of pain attributions, which are people's beliefs about the underlying causes of their pain, to reduce chronic back pain severity.

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  • Scientists give elderly chronic neck pain sufferers new hope

    Those suffering from chronic neck pain can alleviate the symptoms on the way to full recovery if they adopt optimal posture and spinal alignment, according to a study by the University of Sharjah scientists. The study evaluated two widely-used corrective approaches to remedy chronic non-specific neck pain caused by forward head posture (FHP) and CBP rehabilitation and traditional exercise programs.

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  • October is Spine Health Awareness Month

    In a world where many of us spend hours hunched over computers or craning down at our smartphones, maintaining spinal health is paramount. This October, the spotlight is on spinal wellness as we celebrate Spine Health Awareness Month.

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  • American Society of Pain & Neuroscience
  • American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians
  • The University of Chicago
  • The American Board of Anesthesiology

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Algone Anchorage Interventional Pain Clinic

Monday - Thursday 8am - 4pm & Friday 8am - 12pm