Survival tricks for going out when you have migraine.
Survival tricks for going out when you have migraine.
Is your morning routine dragging you down? Let us help you energize with sunrise!
Restricted mobility can be frustrating, whether it’s the result of aging, injury, or illness. If you’re hoping to become more active in the months to come, there’s hope with functional rehabilitation. Here’s what you need to know.
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Coping with pain is never fun. When the pain becomes chronic, your overall quality of life diminishes. Radiofrequency ablation promises relief from pain with fast recovery time to improve our quality of life. Read on to learn more!
Everyone feels stressed from time to time, but what do you do when it is worsened and prolonged by a pandemic?
Do you look at Spring showers and May flowers with dread? Learn about how to prepare for your spring migraine triggers.
Be careful! Restricting fluids can lead to dehydration -- which can trigger headache, including migraine.
Do you have a headache that doesn't go away with over-the-counter medications? It may be a migraine!
Are you suffering from chronic back pain that comes and goes? Does even slight physical exertion trigger your symptoms? These signs may indicate you have spinal stenosis. Read on to learn more about the condition and how it impacts your back!
Boston PainCare and MedVadis Research are monitoring the situation and taking the necessary precautions based on CDC and WHO guidelines.
Millions of Americans suffer from migraines and headaches each year. But telling the difference between the two can be challenging, making effective treatment difficult. We’ve got you covered! Read on to learn more about what’s causing your pain.
Read the latest article by our own Medical Director, Dr. David DiBenedetto in Volume 20, Issue 11 of Pain Medicine published by the Oxford University Press.
Do you start each day exhausted? Do you regularly struggle to sleep at night? You could have a sleep disorder. Here’s how to understand your symptoms so you can get the treatment you need for a better night’s rest!
MedVadis Research Corporation has relocated from Watertown to Waltham to join Boston PainCare.
In most cases, pain is your body’s way of letting you know something is wrong, but sometimes pain outlasts its cause and becomes chronic. We offer customized pain management services — read on to learn about how we can alleviate your pain.
Do you suffer from unexplained neck pain? Smartphones and other handheld technology make your life easier, but what is it doing to your neck and spine? Learn the signs of “tech neck” and how to prevent this painful condition.
As common as paper cuts and stubbed toes, occasional headaches are just a part of life. Everyone everywhere has had at least one headache in their life. But, if your headaches are severe and frequent, you might have a serious problem.
Chronic back pain can take the joy out of life. If your back hurts all the time, it can be difficult to get through the day. A variety of excellent treatments are available today that can ease your pain.
The human body contains hundreds of joints — which also means there’s ample opportunity for joint pain to crop up. Here’s a look at the most common culprits behind joint pain.
Chronic pain affects so many people, who may end up relying on pain meds and drugs like opioids to cope. But there are drug-free ways to handle your pain.
If you stay up all night, you know exactly why you’re tired the next day. But if you think you get a full night’s rest and still can’t explain your fatigue and other symptoms, you may have a sleep disorder. Here’s what a sleep study can tell you.
Pain can be stressful, and stress can be painful. Find out how the two are related and how you can break the cycle of chronic pain and stress.
No one knows for sure what causes migraines, but weather changes seem to trigger the mega headaches in some people. You can’t control the weather, but you can take steps to fight migraines.
When you have chronic back pain, you may find that nothing gives you lasting relief. Your doctor says, “stay active” to prevent your condition from getting worse, but staying active hurts. What if you could turn off the pain for good?
Do you suffer from chronic back pain? If you haven’t been able to find a way to reduce your pain, take a few moments to explore how spinal cord stimulation may be an option for you.
For the 6th consecutive year, Dr. Zahid H. Bajwa, neurologist and the Director of the Boston Headache Institute at Boston PainCare was named one of Boston’s Top Doctors in Pain Medicine by Boston Magazine.
Dr. Zahid Bajwa was invited to speak at the HMS Continuing Education Pain Medicine Conference — Evaluating and Treating Pain — at the Fairmont Copley Plaza on June 25th and 26th. Dr. Bajwa was a moderator and presenter.
Boston PainCare’s Director of Information Technology, Bayardo Alvarez, will speak on Evolving Healthcare Cybersecurity Programs with Lessons Learned on Tuesday, March 6th, and on March 7th, he will speak on Cybersecurity
Boston PainCare’s Director of Technology will be joining a panel on Cyber Security and business on Thursday, October 12th at 3 pm EDT on Twitter sponsored by the National Cyber Security Alliance.
Dr. Wawrzyniak presented at the recent 2017 APS Conference: “Change in Opioid Dose Does Not Correlate with Change in Pain Score or Change in Self-Reported Function”.
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