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Understanding Your Treatment Options for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Jul 1st, 2019

Americans are no strangers to low back pain — 80% of the population has experienced it at some point in their lives. But if you’re dealing with chronic and progressive pain at the hands of lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS), your problem is far from fleeting. While management measures can relieve...

How to Spot the Warning Signs of Substance Abuse Jun 4th, 2019

The opioid crisis in the United States has made headlines as more people succumb to opioid addiction, especially at the hands of prescription painkillers. Of the almost 20.5 million people who struggle with a substance use disorder, nearly two million of them abuse pain relievers. Here at Comprehensive Pain Management,...

Suffering From Chronic Back Pain? Spinal Cord Stimulators Can Help You Out May 1st, 2019

About 80% of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lives, and it often resolves with minimal medical intervention. But for those who suffer with chronic back pain, the ordeal presents numerous challenges and can detract from the quality of your life. Pain that persists for three...

Is Lower Back Pain Holding You Back From Doing the Activities You Love? Apr 1st, 2019

Back pain is the most common cause of disability in the entire world, and lower back pain alone affects approximately 31 million men and women in the United States. When you have back pain, it can not only affect your ability to work, but it can also keep you from...

The Best Treatment for a Compression Fracture Mar 20th, 2019

Spinal compression fractures can signal the end of pain-free mobility for those who experience them. Often due to loss of bone density (osteoporosis) and strength, a compression fracture occurs when weakened vertebra in your spine begin to break or splinter with normal activity, such as walking. Depending on the number...

Overactive Bladder Syndrome Jan 30th, 2019

Overactive Bladder Syndrome (OBS) can seriously impact one's quality of life. People who suffer from OBS often times cannot participate in many activities. Their life can be very limiting. Outdoor activities like hiking, skiing, golfing and many others are not an option and sufferers of OBS end up missing out...