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Electrical stimulation for pain relief

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What causes pain in fingers?

Pain in fingers from simple movement of fingers or touching an object. Pain is similar to electrical shocks. Like banging that small bone on the inside of the elbow. Except the finger pain can happen ...
 

Suggest treatment for coccyx pain

acquired coccyx pain. The pain is not that worse but still it can be sharp after sitting for about an hour ... internal coccyx stimulation and situation has improved from where it used to be before, however I still do ...
 

Thigh pain

i have thigh pain like 1 yr. it s kind of ball shape , i can touch it. it s really painfull. it sparks each n every moment like it kind of electrical shock. advise me where i need to go and how can i ...
 

Sore neck and pain in arms. Operated for root canal stenosis. Pain relief measures?

I have had four operations on mu neck due to root canal stenosis- including a modus cloward- had implemented a neruo cord stimulator two years ago- in beginning helped a lot- now pains in arms ...
 

Could lower back pain be due to an infection?

Does your lower back hurt with a bladder or kidney infection? I went to the chiropractor yesterday because my back hurt like it did before and she used an electric stimulator. It worked the last time ...
 

Suggest treatment for pain in calf muscles

calves 40 times with a reflux hammer and has left me with 32 bruises. 9 days later I am still in pain. I am seeing a new PT and she has been using ultrasound and electrical stimulation. I am not seeing much ...
 

Suggest treatment for back pain after an injury

had a back injury at work last year. have tried nerve block injections, steriods, prednisone pills, oxycodone pills, physical therapy, nerve stimulation...you name it. No relief..other than briefly while ...
 

How to treat severe back pain?

told her she was a very good candidate for the Electrical Nerve Stimulation system. Do u have any ideas ...Hi doctor, I have a friend that has really bad back pain, and has had it for years. She certainly ...
 

Suggest medication for burning and pain around clitoris

I have a burning pain in my clitoris near the end of my urine stream. This has been going ... had no relief. I will say this started after my husband and I had sex with prolonged, intense clitoral ...
 

Pain in coccyx, hips, electric sensation in pubic area, headache during Lp. Pain relief?

Lp yesterday, during lp had pain and pressure in coccyx, but, hips... Electrical feeling even in my pubic area... Today, one day post, still have coccyx , butt, hip pains, no pain from lp site. Head ache ...
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Suggest treatment for severe foot neuropathy along with burning feeling and sharp pain

I have severe foot neuropathy, burning, "walking on marbles, and especially sharp pain . I have had little relief from gabapentin or electrical stimulation. Can dietary changes be beneficial and ...
 

What causes constant urge to uritnate with pain in clitoris during urination?

Well, I feel like my clitoris is over stimulated. I have a constant need to urinate and when I do when the urine stream comes in contact with my clitoris it's very painful. Almost like an electric ...
 

What causes sharp pain in right kidney area?

(which didn't necessarily take away the pain so much as stimulate the area creating a bit of relief). So ...Hello, I'm in a quandry. I have been having sharp pain in my right kidney area, especially when I ...
 

Rotator cuff tear, took Lidocaine, painful arm, electric shock feeling, painful bicep. Brachial plexus injury?

had a little better ROM and a decrease in pain, but pain relief lasted only a few hrs. I have been ... anything more than a pound or two is impossible due to pain. Ialso get alot of electric shock feeling ...
 

Suggest pain relief medication for chronic pain syndrome

I am struggling to find a better pain relieving drug that is extended release. Currently I am ... pain syndrome or at least that is what they call it. I don't know what to do. Please help. ...
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I have a pain in shoulder
treatments include: massage – where the physiotherapist uses their hands to manipulate your shoulder laser therapy – where the energy from lasers is used to stimulate your nervous system and reduce pain transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) TENS is a type of physiotherapy where small electrical pads (electrodes) are stuck to the skin over your shoulder. The TENS machine delivers small pulses of electricity through the electrodes, which numb the nerve endings and control your pain. As well as these treatment methods, your physiotherapist may also recommend shoulder exercises specific to your needs. For example, if you have shoulder instability, you may be given exercises that will strengthen your shoulder. Shoulder exercises If you have shoulder pain, it is important to keep your shoulder joint mobile by doing gentle, regular exercise. Not using your shoulder can cause your muscles to waste away and may make any stiffness worse. Therefore, if possible, you should
 
I have blister around the tip of my penis
Is it painful?
 
Pain killers and PT have not helped over the past 16 months. Is there a surgical option that will repair the torn rib cartilage so i can breathe and move?
it takes time to get relief from pain. treat like a neuropathic pain.
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