If you live in or around the New England regions of Southern New Hampshire and the Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts and suffer from a pain condition,
speak with your primary healthcare provider about Pain Management Centers of New England.
When we experience pain, our bodies react with a complex physiological response: heart rate quickens, respiration increases, muscles tense, and hormones are released. Should pain persist and remain unchecked, these physiological effects can put a strain on an individual’s health and well-being. What’s more, the stresses of discomfort often move beyond the physical to affect patients emotionally.
As pain and how it is experienced is subjective, it can be a difficult symptom to assess. What may be classified as manageable for one patient, may seem intolerable for the next and for this reason the caring and dedicated physicians of Pain Management Centers of New England allocate a significant amount of time and energy to the assessment of pain.
For additional information regarding alternative pain therapies for both acute and chronic pain relief, contact Pain Management Centers of New England today.