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Pain After Exercise: Is It Serious?

Pain After Exercise: Is It Serious?

With the new year right around the corner, many of us are setting our goals and resolutions for the fresh start to come. These resolutions often include new exercise plans and fitness goals. While exercise is an incredibly important component to a healthy lifestyle, what happens if you’re experiencing pain during or after exercise? Below we walk through how to tell if your pain after movement is a problem or not.   Pain v. Soreness: What’s the Difference?   While exercise has a number of benefits,...

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Managing Your Pain During the Holidays

Managing Your Pain During the Holidays

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is finally here. If you’re like many, you’re looking forward to quality time spent with loved ones, and all the tidings and goodies that this time of year brings. However, if you’re dealing with pain, it can make this busy season even more daunting and tiring. Fortunately we can help. Read below to hear our experts’ top pain management tips for the holidays.   Keep It Simple   This time of year is often the busiest for most people, so be sure you don’t bite...

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What to Look For in a Pain Management Plan

What to Look For in a Pain Management Plan

Chronic pain can be a large and uncomfortable barrier to living a happy, enjoyable life. When you can no longer get up and move, engage with the world, and enjoy yourself while doing it because pain has become too big of a barrier, it’s time to seek help from medical professionals.  When it comes to your pain management plan and care team, there are a few things you should look for to ensure they’re helping you on your path to your best, most healthy, most complete self. We’ve shared what five things to look for...

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6 Tips for Preventing Acute Back Pain from Becoming Chronic

6 Tips for Preventing Acute Back Pain from Becoming Chronic

Acute back pain is extremely common, though not that many people seek medical help to address it. The term acute back pain refers to a short-term occurrence, lasting from six to twelve weeks, that cannot be attributed to a specific cause. The most typical causes of acute back pain are spinal fractures, muscle or ligament strain, arthritis and herniated disc(s).  However, without determining the underlying causes of your acute back pain, it is easy for this short-term problem to become a chronic condition. We...

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4 Exercises to Reduce Pain

4 Exercises to Reduce Pain

At Minivasive Pain and Orthopedics, our goal is to help you reduce or eliminate your pain so you can get back to the joys of life. Fortunately, there are exercises you can do at home, or with the help of your physical therapist, that can work to reduce your pain and give you the freedom to do what you love. These exercises include: Lying March – Hip Pain If you struggle with lower back or arthritic pain, your physical therapist will likely recommend the lying march. This exercise helps to strengthen your...

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