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Neuro-Pain

— The cage of debilitating pain that causes distress and dysfunction

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1. What is Pain?

Pain is an uneasy feeling usually associated with tissue damage. It is your body's way of signalling your brain that something is wrong. Short term pain is known as Acute Pain, for instance a sprained ankle. On the other hand, long term pain is known as Chronic Pain, for instance, arthritis or back pain.

2. What is chronic pain?

Everyone feels pain from time to time, however, chronic pain is different. It usually lasts beyond the time expected for healing following trauma, surgery, or other condition. At times, it can exist without any clear reason at all, or can be a symptom of another disease, or can be a disease in itself.What is neuro pain clinic?

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Chronic pain and disc problems do not resolve overnight and require some dedicated care to help the person go about their everyday life without pain or minimal pain. And that is what is neuro pain clinic all about! Our IDD therapy treatment programme certainly helps to deal with the causes of the disc problem, specially the compression of the spinal segment as well as the immobility, in a very gentle and safe manner.

It is a mechanical spinal decompression treatment that helps to reduce the strain on specific spinal areas in eitherthe neck or lower back where discs are worn, bulging, or damaged.

Our neuro pain clinic uses internationally recognised research tools to help patients suffering from a disc condition. We are experts in this field and thoroughly monitor patient progress as well as outcomes. Our IDD team is extremely skilled and dedicated in making sure you receive the best treatment.

4. How is it beneficial to patients?

It is beneficial to patients as the medical experts use a full array of integral procedures to treat the whole person, instead of simply isolating one part.

5. How it guides us for fitness?

It assists in improving overall brain function, which in turn improves your body's ability to perform at its best. Furthermore, it stabilizes emotional perception and mood, including the ability to cope with stress, thereby decreasing anxiety overall so that you can perform optimally.

6. How is physical fitness related to mental well-being?

Physical fitness has a great impact on your mental wellness as it helps to trigger chemicals in your brain that improve your mood as well as the parts of your brain responsible for memory and learning. Furthermore, it can reduce your stress and symptoms of various mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression. Studies show that making time for physical fitness not only boosts happy chemicals in your brain but also improves your brainpower and self confidence.

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