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Question by happystoy2006: Chronic Pain Syndrome?
Hi, I had a nasty atv accident 2 years ago and was diagnosed with CPS. Pretty much my whole left side aches all the time. I get nerve blocks done pretty much every week, I can’t work it’s too painfull. What I would like to know is there anyone out there who knows of other treatment options that could help also. The nerve blocks only help for so long.
Answer by livehealthyguru
Keeping healthy habits like eating healthy, getting enough sleep and exercising may help. Physical therapy, nerve stimulation or certain types of surgery may be able to ease your pain. There are also a bunch of complementary therapies you can experiment with, including acupuncture, aromatherapy, biofeedback, chiropractic therapy, guided imagery, healing touch, homeopathy, etc. Oftentimes, a combination of these therapies and medication can bring relief.
Talk to your doctor about trying something new in addition to the nerve blocks to help ease the pain.
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