APC Knowledge Center
The IASP (International Association for the Study of Pain) defines pain as “an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage.” This definition emphasizes the complex, multi-dimensional nature of the pain experience. Pain is different for different people, and is influenced by both internal and external factors, including but not limited to biology, environment and culture. Your pain is unique and internal, and must be respected as such.
Pain is as unique and complex as we are. At Advanced Pain Care, we offer a broad spectrum of options to effectively treat and manage your chronic pain. Dr. Greenberg’s knowledge and experience in pain care, focus on healing rather than temporary fixes.
Information is your most powerful tool. We’re convinced that the more you know about your pain, the better choices you’ll make when talking with Dr. Greenberg.
With pain management treatment, progressive physical activity is important for rehabilitation. Tissues heal better when they are being used, so do not overly restrict activities. Depending on your condition and treatment plan, we generally encourage patients to maintain movement as tolerated.
Introduction to the Use of Platelet Rich Plasma and orthobiologic therapy to Treat Painful Conditions, learn more in this free webinar.