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Chronic pain persists for a prolonged period, often lasting three months or longer. Unlike acute pain, which is a direct response to injury or trauma and subsides with healing, chronic pain lingers, often remaining present even after the initial cause of pain has healed. 

Causes of Chronic Pain

The nature of chronic pain is complex. It can be influenced by physical factors like nerve damage, psychological factors like stress and anxiety, or environmental factors. In some cases, the exact cause of chronic pain may not be entirely clear, and it might occur without a recognizable prior injury or indication of body damage. Various medical conditions can precipitate chronic pain, including:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Limb Amputation
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy/Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome
  • Traumatic Injury

Recognizing Chronic Pain

Recognizing chronic pain is the cornerstone of management. Individuals might experience generalized discomfort, a “hurting everywhere” sensation, or feelings of exhaustion and reluctance towards activity. Stressful and challenging situations often amplify symptoms.

The Power of Physical Therapy

Physical therapy offers practical strategies to manage and reduce chronic pain. At Maximum Solutions Physical Therapy, we focus on empowering individuals to regain control, enhancing their ability to participate in daily activities.

Our therapeutic strategies encompass a range of treatments, such as strengthening and flexibility exercises, manual therapy, and education about pain science, among others. These approaches are customized to foster an environment conducive to your healing and recovery.

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At Maximum Solutions Physical Therapy, our professional therapists specialize in managing chronic pain and guiding individuals on their journey to improved well-being. Contact us today to take the first step towards a pain-free life. 

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