Pain Doctor performs miracles on extreme pain.
Chronic pain is classified as an extreme and constant pain that increases over time and limits the sufferer’s
physical and mental abilities (webmd.com/pain-management/guide/understanding-pain-management-chronic-pain). The
medical community has recently accepted chronic pain as a disabling ailment and has started treating it with
patient comfort in mind. Only twenty years ago people were supposed to go to work and “man up” with their chronic
pain without much more than a few Tylenol to lessen the pain. Thankfully, today there is finally a newly approved
drug on the market to complement the pharmaceutical stockpile of pain killers in medicinal marijuana.
With improvements in medical imaging equipment like magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computerized axial
tomography (CAT) scan diagnostics doctors are now finding causes that previously went unnoticed that can result in
chronic pain. Small tears in the sciatic nerve bundle with attached scar tissue, and possibly even bone spur
penetration to the sciatic nerve bundle that would have never been noticed before are now giving testament to the
levels of pain that many people endure. Medicinal marijuana plays an important role in facilitating pain relief in
that the drug can cause the brain’s pain receptors to slow down and cause muscles to relax, as well as assisting in
the limiting of twitching and pain in the extremities.
People suffering from chronic pain have problems that many others would never consider, like not noticing other
pains like cuts and burns that the brain should be telling the extremities to react to. It is nothing new for a
chronic pain sufferer to find out that they’ve cut themselves by first seeing a trail of blood on the floor or to
realize that they’ve burned themselves by first noticing the foul smell. When someone is in extreme pain they do
not exactly feel like eating and sleep is a narcotic induced dream. Marijuana helps people to relax, relieves
their pain, makes them want to eat and aids greatly in the sleep process.Pain Doctor