The Longtime Ouch!

Originally published on creators.com by Chelle Cordero Sometimes the pain that accompanies the creaking and aching in our bodies is just too much to bear. It can persist for so long that it becomes chronic pain. We need relief. For many, that has come in the form of opioid prescription medication like OxyContin, fentanyl, morphine and …

Be Free From Back Pain While Driving

Over 30 million Americans experience back pain, in fact it is the most common reason for missing work. Back pain costs the economy $88 billion a year. While some forms of back pain have originated from injury or accident, many are due to bad posture, and repetitive movements that are unnatural for the muscular system and skeleton. When …

The “Right to Try” Drug Bill

Trump signs “Right to Try” drug bill. Dr. Paul Christo discusses the bill aimed at terminally ill patients with i24NEWS’ Michelle Makori. Watch the video below for the full interview:

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Redefining Pain Management

A new Alliance for Balanced Pain Management white paper discusses 5 policy strategies for redefining pain management amid the opioid crisis. What is the Alliance for Balanced Pain Management (AfBPA)? AfBPA is a national network of physicians with the shared mission of ensuring and protecting patient access to approved medical treatments and therapies. Pain and Balanced …

“The Total Tutor” Neil Haley interviews Dr. Paul Christo

 Radio host Neil Haley introduces his audiences to well-known authors, budding authors, celebrities, famous athletes, US Congressmen, TV reality show stars, movie stars, musicians, Olympic athletes, psychologists, psychiatrists, distinguished educators, and much more. Every week, approximately 2.5 million listeners tune into The Total Radio Network in more than 180 countries. The Total Radio Network …

10 Ways to Help Deal with Acute Stress Disorder

Acute Stress Disorder (ASD) normally occurs after a person experiences a traumatic event. A relative condition to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Healthline explains that it has similar symptoms such as detachment, recurrent flashbacks, depersonalization, and even amnesia in extreme cases. The main difference is that people who develop ASD normally recover after a month while …

War on Opioids featured on i24 News

CROSSROADS | War on Opioids with Dr. Paul Christo Watch Dr. Christo discuss the war on opioids live on air. He discusses the new proposed bill, how programs can be effective for people battling addiction, what role the drug makers play, and the pain epidemic in America today.

Zero In on Peripheral Nerve Pain

Excruciating pain running up and down her spine overwhelmed Kaye Gagnon, a day after a texting driver hit her car. Six months later, pain all around Kaye’s hip region hadn’t eased. She couldn’t stand, sit, or lay down on the floor for more than 15 minutes at a time. Kaye tried everything to ease her …

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Dr. Travis Stork and Pain in the Emergency Department

Imagine having a throbbing headache for 3 days, or severe back pain that immobilizes you, or even a broken bone from tripping and falling on the ice. Where do you go for relief? Most of the time, we go to the emergency room. Our guests are two experienced emergency room physicians who will describe how …

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How Stress Can Impact Pain Perception in Endometriosis

Chronic pain can be paralyzing for women, stopping them from achieving important personal and professional goals. There are many conditions that can be caused by factors such as hormonal changes, responses to medication, and societal interference; one of these, is endometriosis: a disease affecting over five million women in America. In this post, we delve into …