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The 2014-2015 Global Year Against Neuropathic Pain campaign
The 2014-2015 Global Year Against Neuropathic Pain campaign

11 November 2014

Letter from the IASP President Tiếng Việt >> Dear IASP members and supporters, I am pleased to announce the 2014-2015 Global Year Against Neuropathic Pain campaign, which will launch on Monday, October 20, 2014. Neuropathic pain is pain that arises as a direct consequence of a lesion or diseases affecting the somatosensory system. Despite the availability of many effective drugs and guidelines for the treatment of neuropathic pain, evidence from the United States and Europe suggests that they are not widely used, and many cases remain under- or untreated. Our goal through the global year campaign is to raise awar..
Causes of foot pain after running on a treadmill
Causes of foot pain after running on a treadmill

05 November 2014

(ĐTĐ) - It is generally a good idea to get more exercise. Most of us can use more activity in our lifestyle. To do this, many of us will use a treadmill. It means we can stay indoors, which is excellent when the weather is bad. It may also be more convenient, since treadmills will often be located in a gym or fitness area at work.   However, while the ..
Tips to Prevent Neck Pain
Tips to Prevent Neck Pain

03 November 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Neck pain is an extremely common complaint; some of it is caused by the standard wear-and-tear of aging, but many people can actually prevent it from occurring by making a few simple changes.   You have probably heard the warnings about how your office posture is affecting your neck and back. Well, they’re true. Spending 8 hours hunched o..
What is Sacroiliac Joint Pain and How Can it Be Treated?
What is Sacroiliac Joint Pain and How Can it Be Treated?

31 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Pain in the lower back/legs is thought to be caused by a dysfunction in the sacroiliac, or SI, joint. Leg pain can be very difficult and could feel like sciatica or pain from a herniation of a lumbar disc.   Your sacroiliac joint is next to the bottom of the spine- just below your lumbar spine and above the coccyx, or tailbone. It connects your..
The Pain of Shingles
The Pain of Shingles

29 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - You might think that as an adult you’re safe from the chicken pox, but there’s a grown-up version of everything. Shingles is a viral infection of the nerves that is caused by the same virus as the chicken pox; people who had that itchy illness as a child sometimes get shingles later in life as the virus reactivates.   Shingles isn&r..
Chronic Leg Pain; Unlocking the Gait
Chronic Leg Pain; Unlocking the Gait

27 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - People who suffer from chronic leg pain are only too aware of how much this problem can interfere with daily activities. Chronic leg pain is the term used to describe a variety of problems that cause an individual discomfort in their legs, and there are a number of different reasons as to why this can happen.   Different causes require differen..
Sleeping and Neck Pain
Sleeping and Neck Pain

24 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Many times when you’re in pain, you just want to go to sleep. But for a lot of people, sleep may be causing their pain – one common source of neck pain is poor sleeping posture.   You probably don’t think of sleep as active enough to strain your neck, but if you are sleeping at an awkward angle for long periods of time, which ..
Shoot the shooting pain of fibromyalgia
Shoot the shooting pain of fibromyalgia

22 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - The aggravating pain in the back, head or muscle can be fibromyalgia. People who have gone through this excruciating pain know the horrible experience that they had to undergo every day. The thought of remembering that state sends shiver down their spine. We do not want you to have Goosebumps again! The time has come to shoot the agonizing feeling with th..
The journey from pain relief to addiction
The journey from pain relief to addiction

20 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - New research reveals that Australians are consuming more prescription drugs than ever before. Among the most dangerous and addictive families of drugs are opioids, strong pain killers used for people with injuries and drug dependencies. Increasingly the drugs seem to be being abused, as Shevonne Hunt writes.   Simon Millington did not have a hi..
What Triggers Fibromyalgia?
What Triggers Fibromyalgia?

17 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Before we can talk about the triggers for fibromyalgia, you must first know what exactly it is. Fibromyalgia is actually the second most common musculoskeletal condition, surpassed only by osteoarthritis. However, it is quite often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. The characteristics of fibromyalgia include widespread joint and muscle pain, fatigue, and ot..
Can Smoking Make Your Pain Worse?
Can Smoking Make Your Pain Worse?

15 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - You know without a doubt that smoking is bad for your health. As if you needed one more reason to quit, or to not start again, smoking can also cause or contribute to chronic pain, and increase your sensitivity to pain in general.   It goes without saying that smoking is extremely damaging to your body as a whole: it slows bodily processes down..
How to manage pain from ovulation
How to manage pain from ovulation

13 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - There are different reasons why your monthly menstrual cycle might be causing you pain. However, one issue cause which isn’t a cause for concern generally is lower back pain caused by ovulation.   In fact, many women don’t even feel this, and ovulation happens without any clue. For most who do experience some pain, it is of low inte..
What is Massage Therapy?
What is Massage Therapy?

10 October 2014

(ĐTĐ) - Think back to the last time you bumped your elbow walking through a doorway. After shouting “Ow!” what was the first thing you did? Likely, you instinctively rubbed the sore area to ease the pain. This is the idea behind massage therapy – relieving pain and promoting wellness through touch.   Massage therapy is the manipulatio..

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