Chronic (ongoing) pain is something you don’t have to live with, and addictive pain medications aren’t the answer. At Relief Clinic, a medical marijuana practice with locations in Summerfield, Florida, and Auburn, Maine, exceptional medical specialists use marijuana to reduce pain naturally and restore your quality of living. Call the office to learn more or schedule an appointment online today.
Chronic pain is ongoing discomfort that may occur because of an illness, injury, or disease. It can feel crippling, reducing your body’s ability to function at its best. If you want to avoid addictive pain medicines, consider trying medical marijuana with the help of the medical experts at Relief Clinic.
If you have chronic pain because of a medical problem, it might feel like:
You might also experience bruising, swelling, redness, warmth, reduced mobility, or decreased joint range of motion.
Some of the causes and risk factors associated with chronic pain include:
Without proper treatment, many additional diseases and injuries may contribute to lingering discomfort. See the experts at Relief Clinic at the first sign of a problem.
Your provider helps pinpoint the cause of chronic pain by reviewing your symptoms and medical history. They ask about your medications, lifestyle habits, past injuries, and family history of disease. They also check your vital signs, complete physical and neurological exams, and may order blood tests, X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, or other imaging procedures.
After finding the cause of your discomfort, a specialist tailors a pain-relieving treatment that’s best for your personalized needs.
Medical marijuana is a natural treatment for pain relief. It works to reduce pain sensations and alleviate stress and anxiety. Medical-grade marijuana available through Relief Clinic comes in a variety of forms. If you qualify for it based on your health history and symptoms, a specialist helps you obtain a medical marijuana card and top-quality medical products.
You might also make healthy lifestyle changes (healthy diet, regular exercise, more sleep, stress reduction, etc.) or undergo physical therapy.
To get relief from chronic pain using medical marijuana, call the Relief Clinic office or schedule an appointment online today.