Pain Management

Explore a variety of products from leading manufacturers, each specially engineered to provide patients relief from acute or chronic pain.
Today’s pain management is putting control back in the hands of pain patients, thanks to a growing number of easy-to-use and effective at-home therapies.
Yoga may serve as a key tool for preventing or potentially reversing the impact of chronic pain on the brain, says an NIH official.
According to a news release from the University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas), research from the university suggests that dopamine may play a role in promoting chronic pain.
A two-step care strategy reportedly improved function and decreased pain severity among veterans who have returned from Iraq and Afghanistan, producing at least a 30% improvement in pain-related disability, researchers say.
Managing pain in post total knee replacement plays a key role in successful outcomes.
By pairing vital tools with prehabilitation, therapists can help enhance functional capacity prior to orthopedic surgery.
To provide well-rounded solutions, therapists should maintain a wide scope of understanding about pain-management products beyond only those that offer reimbursement.
The BioStim SD digital TENS, manufactured by BioMedical Life Systems Inc, Vista, Calif, is a pain-management device that is designed to be durable, compact, and portable.
select system
The Select Pain Control System from Empi, a DJO Global Company, Vista, Calif, is a TENS system designed to deliver pain control via endorphin release and gate control with its SMP mode.
China-Gel, manufactured by China Gel, Arlington Heights, Ill, is a therapeutic topical gel designed to provide fast pain relief.
The CryoDerm pain relief spray, made by the Margate,Fla-based AHC Ventures, is a professional strength analgesic spray designed to provide pain relief.
The Tiny TENS Pain Management Solution from Veridian Healthcare, Waukegan, Ill, is designed to provide temporary relief to arm and leg muscles.
A new study shows that postoperative physical therapy that begins as early as 2 days after a mastectomy can significantly improve joint mobility as well as improve quality of life for women who have undergone this procedure.