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What Is Chronic Pain?
Chronic pain is often defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks. Where acute pain is a normal sensation that alerts us to possible injury, chronic pain is very different. Chronic pain may arise from an initial injury, such as a back sprain, or there may be an ongoing cause, such as illness.
When you come to see us, we will do an initial evaluation to determine if ketamine is right for your chronic pain symptoms. Low dose ketamine therapy has been proven to produce potent pain relief for a wide variety of complex pain disorders, especially for those conditions where other treatments have been less effective. Contact us today to learn more about how Ketamine infusion therapy may help treat your chronic pain.
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Symptoms of Chronic Pain
Like any long-term health problem, the condition often leads to complications beyond your physical symptoms, such as new or worsened depression, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping.
Chronic pain can make it more challenging to keep up at work, manage tasks at home, and attend social gatherings.
This can cause problems in your relationships and lead to financial instability.
Some research suggests that the more severe your pain, the more serious these problems can become.
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Types of Chronic Pain
This type begins when some sort of damage to the body’s tissues triggers signals to be sent up the nervous system to the brain. Most people are familiar with this type of pain since it can be caused by temporary issues such as a bee sting. The pain usually changes if a person moves or places pressure on the injured part of the body. Types of chronic pain that fall into this category are often caused by things such as inflammatory arthritis or a tumor located somewhere in the body.
This type of pain is often referred to as nerve damage. Injuries to any part of your nervous system can lead to chronic pain because nerves do not always heal. People have described neuropathic pain as feeling like burning or electrical shocks shooting through the affected part of their body. People with diabetes, alcohol addiction and that have gone through chemotherapy are at a higher risk for this type of pain, but it can also follow a common injury that simply does not heal properly.