Pain Management

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Pain Management for Exercise

Pain management is the systematic study of clinical and basic science and its application for the reduction of pain and suffering. This discipline emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to treatment, techniques and principles taken from a variety of the healing arts to create a complete model for the reduction of pain.

We may experience pain as a prick, tingle, sting, burn, or ache. Receptors on the skin trigger a series of events that begins with an electrical impulse that travels from the skin to the spinal cord. The spinal cord acts as a relay center where the pain signal can be blocked, enhanced, modified before it is relayed to the brain.
Pain is a complicated process that involves intricate interactions between a number of important chemicals in the brain and spinal cord. In general, these chemicals, called neurotransmitters, transmit nerve impulses from one cell to another.

Two types of pain: acute and chronic

Acute Pain

Acute pain, for the most part, results from disease, inflammation, or injury to tissues. This type of pain generally comes on suddenly, for example, after trauma or surgery, and may be accompanied by anxiety or emotional distress. The cause of acute pain can usually be diagnosed and treated, and the pain is self-limiting, that is, it is confined to a given period of time and severity. In some rare instances, it can become chronic.

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is widely believed to represent disease itself. It can be made much worse by environmental and psychological factors. Chronic pain persists over a longer period of time than acute pain and is resistant to most medical treatments. It can—and often does—cause severe problems for patients. A person may have two or more co-existing chronic pain conditions.