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Complementary Therapies for Pain: Should You Give Them a Try?

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The benefits of acupuncture, hydrotherapy, yoga, and more to ease pain are becoming clear. What to consider before starting a treatment.

Recently, Dr. Ashley Maltz joined HealthCentral as a medical article reviewer and in this article, you can read some Dr. Maltz’ approved info about complementary therapies for pain

Complementary Therapies for Pain: Should You Give Them a Try?

Living with chronic pain can seem like a carousel of trial and error: endless rounds of medications that you hope will relieve your symptoms. There is another option: complementary therapies, which also are called alternative therapies.

I like to call them complementary treatments rather than alternative treatments because we are not replacing one modality with the other,” says Mohab Ibrahim, M.D., Ph.D., a professor in the department of anesthesiology and pharmacology and director of the chronic pain clinic at Banner-University Medical Center at the University of Arizona. “There is no single modality that works for everyone. But some of the complementary treatments are very effective.


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