Category Archives: Pain Management

Surgery Alternatives

Surgery Alternatives

With the advancement of technology, people tend to believe that there are no surgery alternatives and that surgeries are their only option to their physical pain and complaints. Surgeries like total hip replacement, total knee replacement, shoulder surgeries, and different types of spinal surgeries are pretty quick procedures that are quite commonly done these days. […]

Types of Musculoskeletal Pain

Knee Pain

There are many types of musculoskeletal pain an individual may go through. Common types of pain are muscle pain, bone pain, tendon pain, ligament pain, joint pain, and nerve pain. These pains have various causes and symptoms. By persisting and tolerating these pains, based on our observations in our clinic, the worser your condition becomes. […]

Pain Relief Without Drugs and Surgery

Pain Relief Without Drugs and Surgery - Pain Clinic @ Wellness Philosophy

Pain has been one of the most terrible unsolicited friends we humans have always detested. Everyone who has had pain should at least consider looking for pain relief without drugs and surgery. Pain disrupts productivity, limits efficacy, hinders happiness and in the worst cases, may be an end to someone’s life. Conventional Pain Relief Methods […]

Medical Massage Benefits

Benefits of Medical Massage

Medical Massage, also known as clinical massage, is performed by trained massage therapists. These therapists usually work with physiotherapists, osteopaths, and chiropractors to obtain extensive knowledge of the human anatomy. Continue reading to learn how medical massage benefits you! Why do I need a medical massage? Myofascial tissue is a type of thin, strong, fibrous […]

4 Simple Yoga Poses That Anyone Can Do!

4 Simple Yoga Poses That Anyone Can Do!

In this post, we will be showing you 4 Simple Yoga Poses That Anyone Can Do! These exercises and poses are so simple that seniors and beginners alike are able to do it. Benefits of Yoga Yoga is beneficial as it reduces chronic pain such as lower back pain, arthritis, and headaches. It lowers your blood […]

What is Pain?

What is Pain? Pain is both physical and mental unpleasant stimuli that should not be ignored. It is disruptive to our daily activities and living. All of us experience pain in our own unique ways but most people cannot identify or even indicate where the pain symptoms are, most elderly assume pain is a part […]

Pain Management Approach

Understanding Pain The experience of pain is individual and varies from one another, most do not seek any help unless the pain is unbearable and disrupting their daily life activities. However when pain is escalated to its highest scale of 8-9, patient’s expectations and demands of rectifying the symptoms, are high and at times, unreasonable. […]

×