By The Aristotle Wellness Clinic in Beverly Hills
Leading Eastern Medicine Practitioner, Dr. Aristotle Economou continues to integrate a new breakthrough in the treatment of pain management. With chronic pain affecting more Americans than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined, Dr.
By Association for Professional Acupuncture in PA
On Tuesday, June 11th acupuncturists from the Association of Acupuncture Pennsylvania (APA Penn) and the Won Institute of Graduate Studies will demonstrate and provide auricular or ear acupuncture to lawmakers, staff, and visitors in the capitol East...
By Heart Care Foundation of India
A majority of the people with the condition are unaware of it
By Genesis Medical Center
In June 2018, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) published "Relieving Pain in America." It labeled pain a major public health crisis and established as its highest priority the development of a national population health plan to address it.
By ePay Management, LLC
Medical Practices Specializing in Stem Cell Therapy Benefit from an Affordable Patient Financing Platform.
Low-Cost Opioid Alternatives for Low Income Bay Area Residents Disabled by Pain
By Preferred Chiropractic of Midland
Preferred Chiropractic of Midland released new details for October seminar to educate patients on a host of proven, non-invasive, and all-natural ways to treat back pain.
By Cornell Pain Clinic
Dr. Suresh Chand, MD and his staff at Cornell Pain Clinic are proud to offer alternative solutions to opioid treatments.
By SMi Group
With preparations well underway for Pain Therapeutics Conference, organisers are reminding to make a note in the work schedule to attend this event which will offer an unparalleled expertise and insight into the analgesics medicine world!
By Advanced Physical Medicine Center
In an exclusive interview with Practicomm, chiropractic sports physician and conditioning specialist provides valuable update on controversial medical condition of backaches.
By TRICCAR Holdings, Inc.
Eighty-one percent reported decreased pain upon waking and seventy-three percent reported a decrease in pain lasting more than five hours after waking