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Wayne Jonas M.D.
With a pain management team by your side, it is important to keep these four actions in mind about managing your chronic pain.
If you’re like most people, the doctor you see most is your primary care provider. And that’s the place to start building your pain management team.
Women have more frequent, lasting, and severe pain than men.
More than 100 million American adults are estimated to have chronic pain.
Lupus nephritis is inflammation of the kidney that is caused by an autoimmune disease.
My wife, Susan, has experienced five types of cancer in her life — breast, melanoma, basal cell, and squamous cell and we have always been very different in our responses to it.
There are a number of natural remedies that can help in addition to the conventional treatments you’re receiving from your healthcare provider.
Healing emerges when we support and strengthen the connections within us—body, behavior, social, and spirit—making us more whole.
Chronic pelvic floor dysfunction is a condition whose origins are often unknown.
It’s been revealed that the healing effect from fake treatments could vary from 0% to 100% — even for the same disease and same treatment — depending on the context.
There are some natural ways to help with labor pains and most of them orient around relaxation.
When we looked at the rate of improvement in patients who received very different types of treatments from around the world, we found that most will get better.
It’s clear that the U.S. healthcare system needs changing. The costs are high and the results poor. Also, our patients have changed.
There is an inherent healing capacity within us all that, when properly released, can produce remarkable recovery, health, and happiness.
Wayne Jonas, M.D., is a professor of medicine at Georgetown University and the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, as well as a retired lieutenant colonel in the Medical Corps of the U.S. Army.