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At Nevada Pain we believe that patient knowledge is a key component of any comprehensive treatment plan. It's one of our core guiding principles. By understanding the procedures for acute and chronic pain conditions that we treat, patients can make better informed decisions and choices for their own treatment plans. In our Inside Pain blog, we present accessible tips and tricks to incorporate into your own healthy lifestyle to help you manage and improve your current levels of pain.

What Causes Celiac Disease?

By | August 19th, 2015|Categories: Inside Nevada Pain|Tags: , , , , , , |

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that triggers the immune system whenever gluten is ingested. The immune system then attacks the small intestine, destroying the intestinal lining and causing health issues over time. In a healthy gut, the small intestine is lined with villi, microscopic hairs that resemble shag carpeting. [...]

New Research On Spinal Cord Stimulation

By | August 17th, 2015|Categories: Inside Nevada Pain|Tags: , , |

Spinal cord stimulation is a minimally-invasive procedure that uses an implant to deliver electrical impulses up the spinal cord to interfere with pain signals. Under local anesthetic, the doctor guides a thin, flexible wire with electrical leads on the end into the epidural space close to the site of the [...]

Get Engaged This International Youth Day

By | August 12th, 2015|Categories: Inside Nevada Pain|Tags: , , , |

International Youth Day is August 12, 2015, and this year’s theme is youth civic engagement. The importance of involving youth in civic awareness and activities cannot be underestimated. Kids in grade school today are the people who will be raising families and making decisions for their community and their country [...]

Could Parkinson’s Disease Originate In The Gut?

By | August 5th, 2015|Categories: Inside Nevada Pain|Tags: , , , |

Parkinson’s disease is a chronic, progressive movement disorder that affects nearly one million people living in the U.S. Although symptoms can vary from person to person, this disease is marked by tremors in the limbs, a rigid trunk, and instability of balance and coordination. There is no known cure for [...]

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