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INFOGRAPHIC: Holiday Shopping and Pain


The season is almost upon us where we start planning for holiday parties and checking the many loved ones off our shopping lists. While this is thought to be one of the most joyous times of the year for many, those who suffer from pain may experience anxiety when faced with the demands of work, family visitors, cooking and shopping. These stressors have a tendancy of causing existing pain to worsen or sudden flare ups. Pacing yourself and not taking on too much is key to managing pain during this busy time of year. View this infographic for more ways to manage acute and chronic pain during the holiday season:

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What is myAPMhealth?
MyAPMhealth is a free, secure and easy-to-use website that gives Advanced Pain Management patients and their families 24-hour access to their health information.

Why use myAPMhealth?
MyAPMhealth is secure and confidential. By enrolling with myAPMhealth, you will
be able to:

  • Communicate quickly with your provider’s office to get answers to your medical questions.
  • View your upcoming appointments.
  • Check pending insurance authorization requests.
  • View medical records and lab results.
  • Request appointment information.
  • Get answers to questions about medications and prescriptions

Convenience & Flexibility
Faster communication is only a click away. MyAPMhealth offers the flexibility to contact your provider’s office or access your medical records when it’s convenient for you, 24 hours a day, every day. Receive notices to your personal email account when there is important information available in your myAPMhealth account.

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Please do not use myAPMhealth for urgent medical matters – call your doctor’s office instead. For emergencies, always call 911 or visit your nearest hospital emergency department.

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If you choose to use myAPMhealth, your name and email address will be treated with the same care and privacy given to your medical records.

Who Can Sign Up?
Patients and their legal guardians can sign up for myAPMhealth in accordance to the Terms and Conditions of the website. Just tell your provider’s staff who you would like to enroll and you are on your way to connecting with your provider.

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You can sign up for myAPMhealth by giving an APM staff member your name and email address. In turn, an APM staff member will give you log in instructions.

INFOGRAPHIC: Traveling and Managing Pain


The holidays are officially here, and that means traveling for many of us. If you suffer from chronic pain, travel can be difficult, so we have put together some tips to help make your holiday travel as painless as possible.

What is a Radiofrequency Neuroablation?

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What is a radiofrequency?

What is Anxiety?


The Medical Dictionary defines anxiety as “a painful or apprehensive uneasiness of mind, usually over an impending or anticipated ill.” This definition would suggest that anxiety seems to be a normal part of being human. All of us have worried about things like our finances, our health, or the well-being of those closest to us. Anxiety is even a healthy emotion, because it motivates us to plan for our future and, take care of ourselves. For example, without some anxiety, we might not pay our bills on time, watch what we eat or install smoke detectors.

5 Ways Sleep Position Can Reduce Aches and Pain

Sleep Positioning

Whether you suffer from back pain, leg pain, joint pain or chronic pain, sleep position can have profound affect on both worsening and alleviating medical conditions. Have you ever stopped to think about how you sleep at night? A good night’s sleep allows your body to repair and rejuvenate as it prepares for another day. If you are waking up tired or with aches and back pain, consider consulting your pain specialist to discuss sleep position and how to alter it to effectively get much-needed zzz’s.

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

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What is peripheral neuropathy?

#FallBack Daylight Saving Tips


Daylight savings time is coming to an end and that means it’s time for clocks to fall back an hour. For most people, that process isn’t as simple as merely adjusting the time setting on their alarm; getting your body adjusted to the time change can be a difficult, and literally painful, process.

Changing the time you go to bed and wake up can have negative effects ranging from reduced mental acuity and emotional stability to—surprisingly— pain.  Why the pain connection? During sleep, the body releases  natural painkilling substances and hormones. These natural opioids assist in healing the mind and body after a day full of activities. Many people who endure pain find it difficult to get quality sleep, and vice versa—creating a vicious cycle leading to more sleepless nights and painful days.

Here are a few tips doctors of Advanced Pain Management offer to patients to improve their amount – and quality – of sleep.

Pet Therapy: 7 Ways Animals Help Humans Heal

7 Ways Animals Help Humans Heal

In some households, pets play an important role within the family dynamic. They oftentimes are nurturers, stress relievers, alarm clocks, protectors and motivation to get up, and get moving. Did you know that pets also play an important role in our health and wellness? Having a pet may be just the prescription needed to help cope with and cure illness, alleviate chronic pain, fight fibromyalgia, reduce stress and help children with disabilities.

Low Impact Walking for Pain Relief

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There is nothing quite like a walk on a crisp autumn day; watching the leaves fall from the trees and hearing the crunch of leaves beneath your shoes. But there is more to a good autumn walk than seeing the beautiful changing scenery. Did you know that walking is considered exercise and when completed regularly, walking can provide lasting health benefits? It’s true. The pain experts at Advanced Pain Managements have five more reasons why you should consider starting a walking exercise program.

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