Tulsa Pain is a multi-location pain management practice in Oklahoma. Specializing in comprehensive pain management, the Tulsa Pain team is dedicated to helping those who suffer from chronic pain.
At Tulsa Pain, we are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of pain related disorders and use a balanced approach incorporating minimally invasive, outpatient procedures, complementary and alternative medicine, and medication.
- According to the Pain News Network, a new mobile app is helping researchers find an association between pain and weather.
- For many years, chronic pain patients have described increased pain with changes in the weather. A smartphone app called Cloudy with a Chance of Pain will help... Read More
- A discogram is a diagnostic procedure that helps a physician determine the origin or cause of a patient’s back pain.
- A physician may recommend a discogram to patients with moderate to severe pain that does not diminish with conservative treatment.
- In this blog, the pain management specialists explain what a discogram is and what patients can expect during the procedure.
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- Researchers from the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) polled gastroenterologists and their patients about the use of over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers.
- The team found 43% of chronic pain sufferers take more than the recommended amount of OTC medicines to relieve symptoms.
- The pain specialists at Tulsa Pain share data from the study and explain why it can be dangerous... Read More
- Arthritis is a degenerative condition that causes inflammation in the joints, resulting in pain and stiffness.
- The last thing most patients with arthritis want to do is exercise, but according to Cleveland Clinic, gentle yoga may ease arthritis pain while improving a patient’s overall mood.
- The pain management specialists at Tulsa Pain value a multidisciplinary approach to treatment,... Read More
- Although the knee is the body’s largest joint, it’s the most vulnerable to injuries. Why is that?
- The knee is considered a “hinge” joint because it only allows movement in one direction.
- The pain management specialists at Tulsa Pain explain the anatomy of the knee and why it’s susceptible to injury and degeneration.
Anatomy of the Knee
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