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Journal EntryDistract yourself from pain
Distraction can help Warfighters cope with pain and other difficulties.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbNavy focuses on better pain management
The Navy’s Pain Management team met recently to improve their existing pain management strategies for Warfighters and their beneficiaries.
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Journal EntryTENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) for pain?
Many different types of pain respond to transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, or TENS—read on to find out if this therapy might be appropriate for you.
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Journal EntryBiofeedback for pain
Harness the power of your mind with biofeedback and take control of pain.
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Journal EntryMind-body strategies for pain
Relaxation techniques, imagery, and redirection strategies are all mind-body techniques that could help you manage your pain. Read on to learn more.
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Journal EntryAcupuncture for pain
Acupuncture is more commonly being used in the military as a method for pain treatment and management in conjunction with traditional practices.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbNew from HPRC: Pain Management
An entirely new section has just been added to HPRC’s Total Force Fitness domain: Pain Management. It includes articles and resources to help Warfighters who need to manage pain—long-term and chronic.
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Journal EntryGet answers to your questions about pain
HPRC’s new section on Pain Management includes answers to FAQs about pain.
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Journal EntryA mesmerizing strategy for pain
Hypnosis is a strategy that can be used for pain management.
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Journal EntryRelief for your aching back?
Epidural steroid injections can provide short-term relief for back and neck pain.
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