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How to Manage Shingles Pain Jul 29th, 2020

Shingles (also known as herpes zoster) is fairly common in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one million people come down with shingles every year, and one in three will develop shingles over their lifetime. While some people may have higher risk...

Can I Stop Spinal Stenosis Pain Without Surgery? Jun 24th, 2020

Although back pain due to conditions like spinal stenosis is incredibly common, pain affects everyone differently. While surgery is sometimes the best or only option to relieve back pain, it’s generally reserved as a last resort when more conservative forms of treatment and pain management have failed or are no...

Drug-Free Ways to Cope with Arthritis Pain May 28th, 2020

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 50 million American adults experience arthritis, and at least half of these cases experience enough pain to affect their mobility and quality of life. Drugs and pain medication are just one of several options available to manage arthritis pain....

Cancer Pain Is Different Than Other Types of Pain: Here's How to Manage It Apr 23rd, 2020

Several factors contribute to cancer pain. Depending on the type, location, and stage of the cancer, the disease itself may be one source of pain. Cancer pain can also be a side effect of treatment, including surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. If you’re experiencing cancer-related pain, we can help. At Republic...

If Your Neck is Strained After Long Hours at Your Desk, You May Be Developing Tech Neck Mar 2nd, 2020

Smartphones and personal technology like tablets have become so ubiquitous that they’ve created a new phenomenon: tech neck. Like most people, you probably spend several hours every day with your head bent over your laptop and phone, working and communicating with your coworkers and friends. While the convenience that modern...

You Don’t Have to Suffer From Migraines. We Can Offer Relief! Feb 1st, 2020

Over 35 million Americans suffer from migraine headaches according to statistics. While migraines can affect anyone, some factors can increase the risk and make some people more vulnerable than others. The duration and intensity of a migraine can range from moderate to severe, and many people experience symptoms for several...

Your Daily Routine May Be Putting You at Risk for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Jan 5th, 2020

You may not realize it, but your body includes a nerve called the median nerve that runs from your wrist into your hand. It gives feeling ability to several fingers, including your index finger, your middle finger, parts of your ring finger, and your thumb. If this median nerve becomes...

Are These 5 Things Making Your Sciatica Worse? Dec 18th, 2019

When you have sciatica, even the smallest tasks of daily living can seem impossible. For example, sciatica can prevent you from simply putting on your shoes. Even though more Americans experience back pain than don’t, there are things you can do to protect yourself and to perhaps avoid sciatica altogether. ...