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keeping track of chronic pain

How to Keep Track of Chronic Pain

April 16, 2021

Chronic pain can be tricky, partly because there are so many factors that might make it better or worse. Stress, lack of sleep, what you eat, or even the weather


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How Physical Therapy Can Improve Chronic Pain

April 9, 2021

One of the worst things about chronic pain is that it can interfere with everyday life. It’s not that you can’t run a marathon, it’s that you can’t reach down


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Go for a walk to ease chronic pain

March 5, 2021

It doesn’t cost a thing. It doesn’t require a thing (except a good pair of sneakers), and you can do it whenever you like. Walking is a great exercise for


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How low-impact exercise can improve chronic pain

March 1, 2021

Gone are the days when your doctor will tell you to stay in bed and rest when experiencing chronic pain. You definitely won’t hear that from us at Southside Pain


Southside Pain’s new innovative spinal cord stimulator first in Alabama

February 19, 2021

Dr. Scott Kendrick, anesthesiology and pain management doctor with Southside Pain Specialists in Birmingham, Alabama, goes to work every day motivated by the fact that chronic pain is physically debilitating


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Managing fibromyalgia in the workplace

February 17, 2021

Having fibromyalgia can make it difficult to carry out daily activities, including working at many types of jobs. Symptoms of fatigue, brain fog, and widespread pain may make it difficult