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What are some natural ways to treat my pain from my disability?
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Dr. Brijesh Chandwani
Pain Management
3 doctors agree
In brief: Exercise
There are several natural ways to treat or rather manage pain.
I would recommend consulting a pain management center which has a team of specialist including psychologist, physical therapy. Some of the common modalities are: - exercise - relaxation training - improving sleep - stress reduction - learning coping strategies with psychologist (cognitive behavioral therapy) - nutritional therapy.

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In brief: Exercise
There are several natural ways to treat or rather manage pain.
I would recommend consulting a pain management center which has a team of specialist including psychologist, physical therapy. Some of the common modalities are: - exercise - relaxation training - improving sleep - stress reduction - learning coping strategies with psychologist (cognitive behavioral therapy) - nutritional therapy. Get a more personalized answer to your question ›
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Dr. Brijesh Chandwani
Pain Management , 3 years in practice
Dr. Craig Morton
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
In brief: Dietary Changes
Chronic pain is often associated with inflammation.
Our diets can be a huge contributor to inflammation especially diets high in sugar and carbohydrates. Reducing the starches (bread, rice pasta) that we eat can help control weight, blood pressure, diabetes, and ultimately inflammation. Many patients have completely eliminated pain when they make these changes.

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In brief: Dietary Changes
Chronic pain is often associated with inflammation.
Our diets can be a huge contributor to inflammation especially diets high in sugar and carbohydrates. Reducing the starches (bread, rice pasta) that we eat can help control weight, blood pressure, diabetes, and ultimately inflammation. Many patients have completely eliminated pain when they make these changes. Get a more personalized answer to your question ›
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Dr. Craig Morton
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine , 10 years in practice
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