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Orange County Pain Management Clinic, OC Pain, Now Accepting Personal Injury Liens for All Treatments


Orange County, California (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

The top Orange County pain management clinic, OC Pain, is now accepting personal injury liens for all treatments. The pain management doctors in Orange County offer both medical and interventional treatments with impressive success rates. Call (714) 261-9131 for more information and scheduling.

After an auto accident, it is crucial to obtain pain treatments as soon as possible. The reason is that acute pain may easily turn into chronic pain if not treated early.

Neck pain is very common after accidents, often from whiplash. Back pain may often result, along with tendon and ligament injuries. There are over 25 treatment options available at OC Pain. This may include muscle relaxers, short term opiates, NSAIDS or topical creams.

For interventional treatments, this may include trigger point injections, facet blocks, or epidural injections. In addition, occipital blocks for headaches are offered.

Several times, the pain management doctors at OC Pain have received the Patient’s Choice Award for their expertise and compassionate care.The success rate is well over 90% for auto accident victims, allowing patients to get back to work, play with their kids and avoid surgery.

For more information and scheduling with personal injury doctors Orange County trusts, call (714) 261-9131.







Orange County Pain Management Clinic, OC Pain, Now Accepting Personal Injury Liens for All Treatments


Orange County, California (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

The top Orange County pain management clinic, OC Pain, is now accepting personal injury liens for all treatments. The pain management doctors in Orange County offer both medical and interventional treatments with impressive success rates. Call (714) 261-9131 for more information and scheduling.

After an auto accident, it is crucial to obtain pain treatments as soon as possible. The reason is that acute pain may easily turn into chronic pain if not treated early.

Neck pain is very common after accidents, often from whiplash. Back pain may often result, along with tendon and ligament injuries. There are over 25 treatment options available at OC Pain. This may include muscle relaxers, short term opiates, NSAIDS or topical creams.

For interventional treatments, this may include trigger point injections, facet blocks, or epidural injections. In addition, occipital blocks for headaches are offered.

Several times, the pain management doctors at OC Pain have received the Patient’s Choice Award for their expertise and compassionate care.The success rate is well over 90% for auto accident victims, allowing patients to get back to work, play with their kids and avoid surgery.

For more information and scheduling with personal injury doctors Orange County trusts, call (714) 261-9131.







Orange County Pain Management Clinic, OC Pain, Now Accepting Personal Injury Liens for All Treatments


Orange County, California (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

The top Orange County pain management clinic, OC Pain, is now accepting personal injury liens for all treatments. The pain management doctors in Orange County offer both medical and interventional treatments with impressive success rates. Call (714) 261-9131 for more information and scheduling.

After an auto accident, it is crucial to obtain pain treatments as soon as possible. The reason is that acute pain may easily turn into chronic pain if not treated early.

Neck pain is very common after accidents, often from whiplash. Back pain may often result, along with tendon and ligament injuries. There are over 25 treatment options available at OC Pain. This may include muscle relaxers, short term opiates, NSAIDS or topical creams.

For interventional treatments, this may include trigger point injections, facet blocks, or epidural injections. In addition, occipital blocks for headaches are offered.

Several times, the pain management doctors at OC Pain have received the Patient’s Choice Award for their expertise and compassionate care.The success rate is well over 90% for auto accident victims, allowing patients to get back to work, play with their kids and avoid surgery.

For more information and scheduling with personal injury doctors Orange County trusts, call (714) 261-9131.







Orange County Pain Management Clinic, OC Pain, Now Accepting Personal Injury Liens for All Treatments


Orange County, California (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

The top Orange County pain management clinic, OC Pain, is now accepting personal injury liens for all treatments. The pain management doctors in Orange County offer both medical and interventional treatments with impressive success rates. Call (714) 261-9131 for more information and scheduling.

After an auto accident, it is crucial to obtain pain treatments as soon as possible. The reason is that acute pain may easily turn into chronic pain if not treated early.

Neck pain is very common after accidents, often from whiplash. Back pain may often result, along with tendon and ligament injuries. There are over 25 treatment options available at OC Pain. This may include muscle relaxers, short term opiates, NSAIDS or topical creams.

For interventional treatments, this may include trigger point injections, facet blocks, or epidural injections. In addition, occipital blocks for headaches are offered.

Several times, the pain management doctors at OC Pain have received the Patient’s Choice Award for their expertise and compassionate care.The success rate is well over 90% for auto accident victims, allowing patients to get back to work, play with their kids and avoid surgery.

For more information and scheduling with personal injury doctors Orange County trusts, call (714) 261-9131.







Orange County Pain Management Clinic, OC Pain, Now Accepting Personal Injury Liens for All Treatments


Orange County, California (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

The top Orange County pain management clinic, OC Pain, is now accepting personal injury liens for all treatments. The pain management doctors in Orange County offer both medical and interventional treatments with impressive success rates. Call (714) 261-9131 for more information and scheduling.

After an auto accident, it is crucial to obtain pain treatments as soon as possible. The reason is that acute pain may easily turn into chronic pain if not treated early.

Neck pain is very common after accidents, often from whiplash. Back pain may often result, along with tendon and ligament injuries. There are over 25 treatment options available at OC Pain. This may include muscle relaxers, short term opiates, NSAIDS or topical creams.

For interventional treatments, this may include trigger point injections, facet blocks, or epidural injections. In addition, occipital blocks for headaches are offered.

Several times, the pain management doctors at OC Pain have received the Patient’s Choice Award for their expertise and compassionate care.The success rate is well over 90% for auto accident victims, allowing patients to get back to work, play with their kids and avoid surgery.

For more information and scheduling with personal injury doctors Orange County trusts, call (714) 261-9131.







Orange County Pain Management Clinic, OC Pain, Now Accepting Personal Injury Liens for All Treatments


Orange County, California (PRWEB) September 03, 2014

The top Orange County pain management clinic, OC Pain, is now accepting personal injury liens for all treatments. The pain management doctors in Orange County offer both medical and interventional treatments with impressive success rates. Call (714) 261-9131 for more information and scheduling.

After an auto accident, it is crucial to obtain pain treatments as soon as possible. The reason is that acute pain may easily turn into chronic pain if not treated early.

Neck pain is very common after accidents, often from whiplash. Back pain may often result, along with tendon and ligament injuries. There are over 25 treatment options available at OC Pain. This may include muscle relaxers, short term opiates, NSAIDS or topical creams.

For interventional treatments, this may include trigger point injections, facet blocks, or epidural injections. In addition, occipital blocks for headaches are offered.

Several times, the pain management doctors at OC Pain have received the Patient’s Choice Award for their expertise and compassionate care.The success rate is well over 90% for auto accident victims, allowing patients to get back to work, play with their kids and avoid surgery.

For more information and scheduling with personal injury doctors Orange County trusts, call (714) 261-9131.







Interventional Pain Management Expert Glenn M. Lipton, M.D. Shares Common-Sense Tips for Preventing Chronic Pain


Marina del Rey & Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2014

As September marks National Pain Awareness Month, vital focus returns to the more than 100 million people who suffer from chronic pain in America (Institute of Medicine Report from the Committee on Advancing Pain Research, Care, and Education). Chronic pain, according to the National Institutes of Health, is defined as any pain lasting more than 12 weeks and often persisting months or even longer. And while chronic pain causes range from injury and illness to obesity and lifestyle choices, most experts agree that sufferers can benefit by following some key common-sense tips.

“Fifty-five to sixty percent of the chronic pain cases I see in my practice could have been prevented altogether had the patients taken eight rather simple steps,” explains Dr. Glenn M. Lipton, a board-certified interventional pain management specialist and anesthesiologist for DISC Sports & Spine Center. “As adults, we’ve all heard them repeatedly throughout our lives, but they remain the most effective ways to help avoid and/or reduce chronic pain.”

1.    Get Regular Exercise – Health officials can’t push this enough: proper exercise is crucial in preventing numerous conditions that cause chronic pain. A sedentary body is far more prone to obesity, illness and injury. To maintain a regular exercise program of even three 20-minute sessions per week can make a big difference.

2.    Maintain a Healthy Weight – Combined with exercise (above), a balanced, correctly portioned diet goes a long way in preventing obesity, which causes numerous chronic, pain-inducing conditions, such as arthritis, depression, fibromyalgia, type 2 diabetes and degenerative disc disease.

3.    Reduce Your Intake of Inflammatory Foods – While inflammation is a natural part of the body’s immune response, an excess of inflammatory foods—those fried or high in sugars, artificial sweeteners, gluten, trans fats, preservatives, iodized salt, dairy, alcohol—contribute to chronic conditions like those above and actually aggravate pain.

4.    Keep a Good Posture – Slouching puts unnecessary strain on the spine that may cause chronic neck and/or back pain. Those challenged by keeping a good posture might try spending a week in close proximity to a mirror to keep bad habits in check. Lumbar support cushions can also help promote good posture in the work place or car.

5.    Practice Injury Prevention – Warm up your body before exercise or activities that place high demand on the joints and spine, and maintain flexibility through stretching (i.e., yoga, Pilates). Protect your body by following safety guidelines, and don’t bite off more than you can chew when trying a new physical hobby. Prevent injury by easing into it.

6.    Stay Hydrated – Beyond the obvious health risks due to dehydration—thirst, headaches, dizziness, muscle cramping, rapid heartbeat, seizures, shock, etc.—the spine is also impacted when we don’t get enough fluids. Our discs function best when they’re hydrated well, which keeps them spongy and pliant and helps reduce the symptoms of chronic pain.

7.    Avoid Nicotine – While most anti-smoking campaigns focus on the damage to the lungs and heart, smoking is actually one of the leading contributors to chronic pain. Nicotine literally chokes off the blood supply, so the body can’t clear inflammation and promote proper healing, deteriorates the spinal discs and exacerbates conditions like arthritis.

8.    Respond to Injury – Act quickly when you do get hurt, because many injuries that aren’t addressed promptly will turn into chronic pain, when they could have been far more easily treated in the beginning.

About DISC Sports & Spine Center

DISC Sports & Spine Center (DISC) is one of America’s foremost providers of minimally invasive spine procedures and advanced microscopic techniques. DISC’s highly specialized physicians apply both established and innovative solutions to diagnose, treat and rehabilitate their patients in a one-stop, multi-disciplinary setting. With a wide range of specialists under one roof, the result is an unmatched continuity of care with more efficiency, less stress for the patient and a zero MRSA infection rate. DISC’s ambulatory surgery centers include Diagnostic and Interventional Surgical Center (Marina Del Rey) and DISC Surgery Center at Newport Beach. Both are accredited by the AAAHC and are located within minutes of major airports with reasonably priced hotels nearby, which is very convenient for out-of-town patients. DISC is also the official medical services provider for Red Bull and a proud partner of the LA Kings. For more information, contact 866-481-DISC, or visit http://discmdgroup.com.







Art Recycling Trucks Hit the Streets: Houstons Going Green in Style in Partnership with Houston Arts Alliance and City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department


Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 28, 2014

Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) and City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department (SWMD) announce their Art Recycling Trucks project with six working City of Houston recycling trucks that have been transformed into mobile artworks by local artists in partnership with HAA.

The innovative Art Recycling Truck project celebrates the City’s commitment to “going green,” furthers the mission of HAA’s Civic Art + Design program, and showcases artworks by local artists Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola, CORE Design Studio, Aaron Muñoz, Troy Stanley, Ariane Roesch, and Kia Neill.

“An important component of HAA’s mission is to expand the reach of local arts beyond gallery and museum walls,” explains HAA President and CEO Jonathon Glus. “The Art Recycling Truck project is, in effect, a museum on wheels. These six mobile artworks will travel greater Houston for an anticipated seven years, bringing art – and City recycling services – to Houston residents.”

In 2013-2014 ,SWMD drastically expanded its city-wide Automated Curbside Recycling program. “When the expansion is complete at the end of this year, the City will be providing single stream recycling to the entire 640-square mile service area, which incorporates approximately 380,000 homes,” explains SWMD Director Harry Hayes. “The artwork displayed on the recycling trucks helps draw public attention to the fact that these trucks are utilized in ‘repurposing’ materials that would otherwise be considered trash. Over the past several years, the City has made substantial progress in its recycling efforts, and having these trucks in the public arena helps to create awareness and participation in the program.”

A panel of professional Houston artists selected six local artists from an open call of applicants to design the Art Recycling Trucks and a smaller work of similar design for the City of Houston Municipal Art Collection. Artists’ Recycling truck designs were printed on vinyl panels then “wrapped” around the City trucks.

The 2014 Art Recycling Trucks and artists are:

    “Green Dream” by Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola features larger-than-life images of fig ivy, photographed by the artist in Houston’s Museum District;
    “Patterns of Consumption” by CORE Design Studio utilizes x-ray blueprints of recyclable materials in a harmonious mandala pattern to create a visual metaphor of their environmental effects and memory;
    “Mad Tax Beyond the Astrodome” by Aaron Muñoz imagines the recycling of Houston’s Astrodome with post-apocalyptic flare;
    “Forest for the Trees” by Troy Stanley, whose nostalgic wood grain design is taken from photographs of the artists’ scrap wood materials, resembles a wooden toy truck;
    “I Have a Positive Impact” by Ariane Roesch is a patchwork quilt of recycled materials left over from the artist’s previous soft sculpture works;
    “Recycled City” by Kia Neill employs the trompe-l’œil effect, depicting digitally manipulated photographs of steel I-beams mangled by Hurricane Ike.
In April 2014, the first Art Recycling Truck, “Green Dream,” debuted at the Mayor’s Earth Day Breakfast. The following month, “Green Dream” and the second Art Recycling Truck, “Patterns of Consumption,” participated in the Houston Art Car Parade. Once “wrapped” with their design, the Art Recycling Truck vehicles were immediately put to work, collecting recyclable materials from Houston residents’ homes.

ART RECYCLING TRUCK ARTISTS:

    GREEN DREAM – Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola primarily experiments with projections, overlapping, repetition, animation, serialization, long exposure, collage, assemblage, and image rearranging techniques. Gimenez-Zapiola’s is a Houston-based, international artist with past exhibitions in Argentina, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Houston.
    PATTERNS OF CONSUMPTION – CORE Design Studio is a Houston design, art, and communications studio founded in 1995 by Fiona McGettigan and Alan Krathaus. The studio focus is in commissions of print, web, exhibit, environmental, and multimedia design, as well as public art projects using a variety of materials and media types. CORE’s client base includes cultural, non-profit organizations, educational and architectural offices, and urban planning groups.
    MAD TAX BEYOND THE ASTRODOME – Aaron Muñoz was born in 1982 in central Texas. He received his BFA from Texas State University in 2006 with a concentration in photography, focusing on alternative photo processing. In 2010, Muñoz received his MFA at the University of Texas at San Antonio with a concentration in painting and screen printing. Muñoz’s work has been exhibited throughout Texas, including Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, and also internationally in Wels, Austria.
    FOREST FOR THE TREES – Troy Stanley is a sculptor currently living and working in Houston, Texas. Upon receiving his degree in sculpture from the University of Houston in 2005, Stanley began his professional career with a solo exhibition at Lawndale Art Center in Houston. In 2007, he attended the prestigious residency at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine, and shortly after, attended the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center Residency in Nebraska.
    I HAVE A POSITIVE IMPACT – Ariane Roesch creates mixed media sensory experiences, questioning the physical and psychological structures that make up our everyday. Her past exhibitions include soft sculptures, light installations, ink drawings, and ukulele performances among other mediums. Roesch is the founder of UNIT, co-founder of SKYDIVE art space, and Assistant Director and Office Manager of Gallery Sonja Roesch, and adjunct professor of photography at the University of Houston. Roesch’s work has been exhibited in Amsterdam, Zurich, New York, California, and in San Antonio, Galveston, and Houston, TX.
    RECYCLED CITY – Kia Neill received her MFA from The University of California, San Diego and is a Museum of Fine Arts Houston Glassell School of Art faculty member and Houston Community College adjunct professor. Neill’s work is in the permanent collections of the International Airport of Houston and of The Woodlands High School Art Trust. Her 2013 exhibitions include a solo exhibition at The Jung Center, a two-artist show “Striations” at G Gallery, Lawndale Art Center’s “The Big Show 2013,” and “Disturbance of Distance 3” at Box 13 Art Space.
ABOUT HOUTON ARTS ALLIANCE:

Houston Arts Alliance (HAA) is a nonprofit organization established by the City of Houston to enhance the quality of life and tourism in the Houston region by advancing the arts on its behalf. HAA distributes grants to more than 225 nonprofit arts organizations and individual artists each year. In addition, HAA invests in and nurtures Houston’s thriving creative community by commissioning the work of artists for public spaces, managing the city’s civic art collection, showcasing Houston’s rich folklife traditions, cultivating business volunteers, and empowering arts organizations to become sustainable and reach new audiences through business incubation and other services. For information on Houston-area arts and culture events, visit HAA’s online resources at Artshound.com. For more information on HAA, visit houstonartsalliance.com.

ABOUT CITY OF HOUSTON SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT:

The Solid Waste Management Department’s (SWMD) mission is to provide solid waste services to the citizens of Houston through the collection, disposal, and recycling of discarded material in a manner that is safe, efficient, environmentally sound, and cost-effective. The solid waste industry is a field where skilled professionals across the world seek solutions to issues that arise from business operations. The City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department continually seeks new processes to achieve goals and complete tasks at hand with efficiency and cost-effectiveness at every opportunity. Innovations such as the in-house mechanical rebuild shop, where the SWMD utilizes current staff and facilities to rebuild parts such as transmissions and mechanical arms, and the employee suggestion program where front-line employees are encouraged to voice their ideas on efficiency and new ways to perform their duties. For more information on SWMD, visit houstontx.gov/solidwaste.







Anxiety Attack Management with xanax

Do you experience unnecessary fears with raging heartbeat and/or difficult breathing? Are you daydreaming or imagining something catastrophic to happen, have scary thoughts like seizure, heart attack? Are you often worried about your own or loved one’ death or feel an impending sense of doom?

Getting into panic whenever faced by new problems or new situations? Are you afraid and going crazy? Are you excessively nervous at times, have difficulty in concentrating; have stomach problems, dizziness or uncontrollable sweating? It is likely that you are suffering from anxiety disorders and getting “anxiety attacks”.

Anxiety

All people experience fear and anxiety. Fear is an emotional physiologic and behavioral response to a recognized external threat. Anxiety is an unpleasant emotional state that has a less clear source. As such, anxiety indicates the presence of psychological conflict.

Every person has a personal threshold for what he or she can handle in a given situation. Some people have a lower threshold due to their genetic makeup or past experiences. If pushed past this threshold by events, these people feel stressed, even overwhelmed, and can easily have anxiety attacks.

Indications

It could be that you are one among so many others getting those “anxiety attacks”. There are many reasons why you get them. An anxiety attack is your response to stress, such as the breakup of an important relationship or exposure to a life-threatening disaster or even a kind of lifestyle one leads or is forced to lead. It can take some time for an anxiety disorder to develop. It presents none, or very few, symptoms until the disorder has developed fully.

Management of anxiety

Management of anxiety disorders or the short-term symptomatic relief of symptoms of excessive anxiety is now possible. Please note that anxiety or tension associated with the stress of everyday life usually does not require treatment  With Alprazolam (xanax) management

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Reflexology – Pain Management While Not Drugs!

For many decades now I have been interested in the art of natural healing. My 1st teachings were within the art of reflexology, that I immediately started using on friends. They noticed changes with the conditions they were experiencing, thus it prompted me to apply on everybody that needed help. I’m not abundant of a believer in medications for all varieties of conditions, thus natural healing appeared to suit into my overall beliefs.

I practiced reflexology on anyone who would let me. This follow covered several varieties of conditions like headaches, respiration conditions, upset stomach, back pain and more.

Once I was on a flight departing Honolulu to Oregon, and there was a girl next to me that was showing signs of utmost shaking and sweating. I asked her if I could help and she or he could not even speak except to shake her head yes. I grabbed her left hand, applied pressure between her thumb and index finger and he or she stopped shaking virtually immediately.

She simply looked at me in amazement and asked what I had done. I told her I applied reflexology and suggested her to see her doctor when she came home. It simply so happened that I was actually reading a book on reflexology at the time and showed it to her. She said she had heard about this type of healing however had never done it before. Needless to say, the woman thanked me all the manner to Oregon.

Naturally this one event created me a lifelong believer in natural healing therefore I continued seeking out other ways in which to apply this science. I then progressed into learning a lot of about Shiatsu healing techniques, and eventually took a course on Reiki healing.

You would possibly say I am blessed by being married to my stunning wife Karen who conjointly believes in better health through all natural merchandise and techniques.

Healing any condition nowadays is all a matter of that methodology you are willing to use.

There is the widely accepted technique that several people sadly select, which is widely used and it’s called……medications! But we have a tendency to all know that any medications have sure aspect effects that you are expected to live with!

Then there is a more natural technique called reflexology, that is solely one amongst the various natural ways in which to house nearly any illness! Thus if it’s so natural, why do not a lot of folks use this methodology? Well, as we have a tendency to see it, many folks are so convinced that their doctor will prescribe one thing that can help their condition that they don’t even query it till those nasty aspect effects creep in and begin giving them additional than they expected, but their condition gave the impression to clear up thus they accept that as being normal.

Don’t accept the fact that you have totally healed as a result of you took some artificial product that gave you the shakes, or caused you to throw up whereas your body accepted the drug! The science of Reflexology is one of those centuries-old arts that the layman may have hassle understanding as a result of they haven’t taken the time to analysis it!

First, they have to understand that the human body has pressure points all over, and even one thing as straightforward as walking really puts pressure on certain points in their feet which will have an effect on bound areas they didn’t even realize. Let’s take something simple and say you have got a headache (excluding a migraine), and wish to induce rid of it but do not have that bottle of aspirin as a result of you are not at home and do not understand where the closest pharmacy is!

I will give you one among the most common pressure (reflexology) points for headaches, though there are many pressure points as a result of there are totally different varieties of headaches.

1st, hold out either hand, then reach over with the alternative hand and place your thumb on the index finger bone half way between the wrist joint and joint at index finger. Your thumb should be in internet of hand with fingers supported in palm. This is often called the massive intestine 4 joint if you prefer specifics!

Press firmly for about seven seconds, then unharness pressure without removing thumb and repeat three times minimum. Apply pressure to same place on opposite hand. This specific pressure purpose is additionally smart for; tension or dullness in head, shoulder or arm pain, toothache, inflamed eyes, common cold, nervousness, weariness, hoarseness, psoriasis and eczema. In case you’re wondering, this WON’T cure a standard cold! Without knowing specifically what caused your headache, it’s troublesome to say that pressure point will work the best.

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