There are two types of pain you could be suffering from Acute Pain or Chronic Pain. Acute pain is new to the body and can be caused by a sprain, cut, broken bone, etc. The pain can range from mild to severe and will usually dissipate with healing. Acute pain can often be treated with physical therapy, ice, elevation, and other therapies. With help from a professional health center, acute pains can be eased and treated. At LiveWell Family Health Center, we are dedicated to helping mitigate and reduce the pain caused by injuries.
Chronic pain is different and might be accompanied by insomnia, exhaustion, even weight change and can last up to six months or more. Many look to painkillers to alienate the symptoms, but quite often painkillers will mask the cause of the problem by reducing the amount of pain. Masking pain can make injuries worse by leaving them untreated which can cause more pain in the future. Doesn’t it make more sense to find the true cause of the pain and treat it directly? LiveWell can help you treat your pain properly and avoid future pain.
Before using more extreme pain treatments, the first suggestion is always natural pain management. Treatments such as rest, ice, elevation, physical therapy, and other natural treatments can have great results and help lessen both acute pain and chronic pain. At LiveWell Family Health Center, we have experts in massage therapy, chiropractic therapy, physical therapy, and more. Trust us to help you manage your pain and find the best treatment for you.
Whether you have acute pain or chronic pain, LiveWell can help you find the source and treat it in the best way to eliminate pain and fix the injury. Work through your pain and live a better, calmer, more productive life. Contact LiveWell Family Health Center today to start your journey towards a healthy, pain-free life.
Here we answer the questions related to injury pain management that we’ve been asked over the years. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Don’t be shy! Feel free to reach out to us and ask us anything.
Experiencing pain after an injury has healed is not uncommon. Many people tend to go the route of relying on pain killers for pain relief. However, that only masks the pain, it doesn’t make it go away. Through natural pain management methods, we can help you find the root cause of the lasting discomfort to eliminate the pain and fix the injury. We use a wide range of wellness services to help you manage your chronic or acute pain. Some of the services we use to help you manage your pain include, but are not limited to:
Contact us today if you or a loved one has an injury that requires pain management assistance.
Every person and every injury is different. The time it takes one person to heal may not be the same for someone else who suffered a similar injury. This is why we don’t like to give a standard time frame for healing. After our team has had a chance to assess you, we’ll come up with a pain management plan that is custom to your needs.
Contact us today to get started! We pride ourselves on holistic treatment services for injury pain management.
Natural pain management methods have been proven to help many people suffering from pain caused by an injury. Painkillers are usually the first treatment people turn to, but quite often they mask the cause of the problem. This leaves the injuries untreated which can cause more pain long-term.
At LiveWell Health, we recommend holistic methods first before moving to extreme pain treatments. This way we give your body the best opportunity possible to heal itself.
Trust LiveWell Health with all of your injury treatments, we will handle your treatment quickly and efficiently. Contact us today!
Acute pain comes on suddenly and has a specific cause. It usually doesn’t last longer than six months and goes away once the underlying cause has healed. Acute pain can be caused by broken bones, sprains, surgery, etc. Holistic methods like massage therapy or physical therapy are common ways to manage acute pain. Chronic pain, on the other hand, is long-lasting. It can continue long after an injury or illness has fully healed or it can be present even if no injury has occurred. Chronic pain is often linked to back and neck pain. Using massage therapy, chiropractic treatments, physical therapy and more, chronic pain can be well managed to help you through day-to-day activities.
If you’re interested in working with LiveWell Health to manage acute or chronic pain, contact our team!