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Posted: May 27, 2015
By Dr. Peter Abaci The human body was designed to move, not sit at a desk or lie still all day. In fact, our bodies thrive on movement. On a microscopic level, movement triggers the production of many hormones and proteins, squeezes blood through capillaries, “cleanses... Read More
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Posted: Apr 06, 2015
By Dr. Peter Abaci Since its inception two years ago, Pain Relief Revolution has been about being a voice for better and more progressive approaches to pain management. Our goal has been to empower our readers in their battles for creating sustainable relief from pain by... Read More
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Posted: Mar 23, 2015
By Dr. Peter Abaci Believe it or not, sildenafil, known by its brand name, Viagra, might turn out to have a future role in pain management. Where this seems to have all started was with the observation that diabetics who were also concurrently using sildenafil for erectile... Read More
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Posted: Mar 10, 2015
By Dr. Peter Abaci Chronic pain can come from many sources- injuries, accidents, autoimmune disorders, too much sitting- you name it. No matter the causes, it poses significant challenges and can be a real struggle for the person in pain to overcome. An important part of... Read More
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Posted: Feb 16, 2015
By Dr. Peter Abaci If you are living with chronic pain then there is a good chance that you may find yourself feeling more isolated and poorly understood by those close to you like family members and friends. One of the unfortunate consequences of living with chronic pain can... Read More
Girl listening to music on train
Posted: Feb 02, 2015
By Dr. Peter Abaci   Mood changes are a common and challenging part of experiencing ongoing pain. The more chronic the pain, the more difficult it can be to undo these changes. Common mood disorders associated with chronic pain include depression and anxiety. In some... Read More
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Posted: Jan 15, 2015
By Dr. Peter Abaci Few medical treatments have been around longer than acupuncture, which goes back an estimated 3000 years. It was originally practiced in ancient China with rocks and stones before evolving into its current state that typically involves the placement of... Read More
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Posted: Dec 22, 2014
By Dr. Peter Abaci There is never a good time for a migraine headache, but migraines can be especially troubling during the hectic holiday season that is upon us. In fact, this time of year can be a real challenge for many when it comes to headache prevention. While good cheer... Read More
Clouds in a blue sky
Posted: Dec 15, 2014
By Dr. Peter Abaci Guided breathing exercises can be one of your best tools for decreasing stress and relieving pain flare-ups. Slow, rhythmic breathing patterns stimulate a relaxation response within a stress out or hyper-aroused nervous system. Learning a few basic breathing... Read More
Neuron
Posted: Dec 03, 2014
By Dr. Peter Abaci One of the big challenges of medicine has been to figure out what causes pain to become chronic. How can two people have the same exact injury and yet one person have a full recovery while the other’s pain continues to linger and becomes unrelenting?... Read More

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