How The Alexander Technique Can Help You Manage Pain On The Move

Over 25 million adults live with chronic pain in America. The availability and easy access to NSAIDs make them a tempting source of relief, especially when people have to manage pain during a long commute each day. However, NSAIDs simply mask pain, rather than addressing its source and removing it. Long-term use of NSAIDs has serious potential side effects; …

Botox – It’s not just for Migraine, Part II

Did you know that botulinum toxin (known by many as Botox®) can reduce pain? It’s not just for cosmetic procedures, and can treat a variety of other medical conditions like migraine, spasticity, and many others. Kathleen Sullivan shares how Botox virtually eliminated 3 years of life limiting facial pain from trigeminal neuralgia. Dr. Charles Argoff, Professor …

Botox – It’s not just for Migraine, Part I

Did you know that botulinum toxin (known by many as Botox®) can reduce pain? It’s not just for cosmetic procedures, and can treat a variety of other medical conditions like migraine, spasticity, and many others. Kathleen Sullivan shares how Botox virtually eliminated 3 years of life limiting facial pain from trigeminal neuralgia. Dr. Charles Argoff, …

Pacing the Brain for Pain: Motor Cortex Stimulation, Part II

When all hope is lost and you’re at your breaking point due to pain, electrical stimulation of the brain may be a way out. This is known as motor cortex stimulation (MCS). Although not approved by the Food and Drug Administration for pain control, MCS is particularly promising for unyielding facial and stroke pain. Tracey Zappola shares …

Pacing the Brain for Pain: Motor Cortex Stimulation, Part I

When all hope is lost and you’re at your breaking point due to pain, electrical stimulation of the brain may be a way out. This is known as motor cortex stimulation (MCS). Although not approved by the Food and Drug Administration for pain control, MCS is particularly promising for unyielding facial and stroke pain. Tracey Zappola shares …