Chronic pain is ongoing persistent pain that lasts longer than three months. This pain can range from mild to severe and can persist even after your injury or illness has gone away or healed.
If you’re experiencing pain or discomfort from chronic pain, it’s time to begin your journey to pain relief.
What Causes Chronic Pain?
Pain that lasts longer than three months is considered chronic pain. Chronic pain is a major, long-standing medical condition that can last years if left untreated.
Even after an injury has healed or an illness has gone away, people can still experience chronic pain. This occurs when pain signals remain active within the nervous system. As a result, pain can last for weeks, months, or even years.
The most common conditions of chronic pain are:
It’s also possible to experience chronic pain without having an injury.
What Are the Symptoms of Chronic Pain?
There are several symptoms that indicate you’re living with chronic pain. They are:
Chronic pain also causes emotional effects such as:
Chronic pain can vary from mild to severe but is classically persistent everyday pain. If you’re ready to live pain-free, start your diagnosis below.
What Should I Do About Chronic Pain?
If your chronic pain begins to interfere with your day-to-day life, and impact your normal activities, it’s time to seek pain relief. Don’t suffer in silence, contact the team at Integrated Pain Associates. Our team of physicians are leading pain management experts that specialize in chronic pain treatment and care.
How is Chronic Pain Treated?
Treatment methods are dependent on the location of the pain and the severity. Our team will review your medical history, medical imaging, and treatments you’ve tried to develop a custom treatment plan specific to you. Integrated Pain Associates, our team will exhaust conservative treatment options first.
Common conservative treatments include:
If conservative treatment options do not provide adequate relief, our team may recommend more aggressive treatment options. The team at Integrated Pain Associates specializes in minimally invasive surgery that helps our patients get back their quality of life.
Common minimally invasive spine surgery include:
Find out what condition could be causing your chronic pain with our condition tool below.
When you are suffering in pain, your entire life is impacted. Just getting out of bed in the morning can be difficult. We understand how frustrating this is, and we want to help you get your quality of life back.
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