Tag: pain

7 Steps to Develop a Super-Coordinator

Faster than a speeding bullet, your super-coordinator completes patient visits! But what if your coordinator isn’t so super? 7 steps to develop and keep dependable coordinators. 7/12/2018 | BY ANNA KRAUSS | EDITED BY JILL HEINZ | BEST PRACTICES Between loads of emails and back-to-back patients, the clinical research super-coordinator swiftly and accurately manages your […]

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Osteoporosis VS Osteoarthritis: Learn the Difference in 5 Minutes or Less

by Shaunna Preston If you’re like most Americans, odds are you aren’t an expert on medical terminology. However, knowing a few prefixes and suffixes can really come in handy- especially for breaking down what in the world your doctor is talking about when he gives you a diagnosis of “osteoarthritis” or “osteoporosis”. The two words […]

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Old Names, Same Disease: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Old Names, Same Disease: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Causalgia, minor causalgia, algodystrophy, sudeck’s atrophy, shoulderhand syndrome, and reflex sympathetic dystrophy are all old names for the same disease: Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Why so many? Most of these names came about before there was much known about the disease. There was an absence of […]

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Does the Weather Actually Affect My Pain?

For centuries, people have been rumored to be able to tell when a storm is approaching. Such foresight into the future was typically experienced because a person’s physical pain worsens when the weather takes a turn for the worse. Weather Sensitive Individuals Appear to Suffer Elevated Pain Rain, rising or falling barometric pressure, temperature changes, […]

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