Category Archives: Chronic Pain

Testicular Cancer Signs, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

Testicular cancer statistically affects men between the ages of 20-39 and mostly white males.  Those with abnormal testicles, such as undescended (cryptorchidism); or have a family history of testicular cancer are more at risk to get the same disease. Testicular cancer is highly treatable even if spreading beyond the groin area. There is 1 of 7 treatments, or combinations of such that may be applied to mitigate this form of cancer. Although successful treatment is (more…)

Effectively Treat Chronic Pain Syndrome (CPS) and Fibromyalgia

Updated 7/8/2020 by Marc Woodard Chronic Pain Syndrome (CPS) is a common problem that presents a major challenge to health-care providers because of its complex natural history, unclear etiology, and poor response to therapy. CPS is a poorly defined condition [Google 2020]. Whereas fibromyalgia has specific physical and hormonal markers that likely confirm the diagnosis and treatment can significantly alleviate chronic pain. If you have no history of illness, disease or injury and have unexplainable and medically (more…)

Bout With Gout

12 March 2020, By Marc Woodard The most common signs of gout are sudden (acute) redness and inflammation around joints with intense pain. Most often people’s bout with gout occurs at the first joint attacked, with arthritis like symptoms at the big toe. Once gout forms, due to the nature of inflammatory properties it can spread throughout the body (medically referred to as poly-articular gout). Patients initial symptoms include – an intense throbbing pain, whereas (more…)