Chronic Pain Management and Treatment in Las Cruces and El Paso

Are you experiencing some sort of pain for more than 6 months or thereabout? If yes, then it is possible its chronic pain.
Have you been taking some medication as pain relief (oxycontin, morphine, suboxone, fentanyl, morphine, etc.), but unfortunately, you have become addicted to the medications? We are able to help you. Our staff at Hygia Pain Institute are able to help you improve the quality of your life and alleviate the negative impact of chronic pain on you. Chronic pain cannot run your life for you, that is not acceptable. Call 575.205.0280 for our pain management and treatment today.

Common Symptoms of Chronic Pain

Physical and emotional symptoms of chronic pain include:


What is Chronic Pain?

Every Pain that grows beyond a 6-month period is chronic pain.

Chronic pain problems have two categories:

  • pain that is due to an identifiable generator (an injury, for instance)
  • pain that does not have an identifiable generator (pain which occurs after an injury has healed, for example)

What Causes Chronic Pain?

The common question still is this, why do some people have chronic pain, but others do not? No particular answer can be given to that, as it is still unclear the reason why this is so.

Avoiding the development of chronic pain by all means requires that the acute pain be treated before it has a chance to become chronic.

How do you do that?

Call Hygia Pain Institute during the phase of acute pain. We can determine the best pain management treatment plan for your specific health problems.

Treatment and Care Options

There are several non-aggressive options to help treat chronic pain. But, at first, you should discuss whatever pain and symptoms you are experiencing with your our staff. This will allow us  to devise a unique treatment plan that will take care of your pain.

Your chronic pain treatment options can include

  • Chiropractic Care

  • Physical Therapy

  • Non-addictive pain medications

  • Injections (some ways to perform injections: intrathecal therapy, implanted pump, etc.)

  • Acupuncture

  • Supplements and vitamins

  • Surgery (as a last resort)

  • Stress reduction techniques (yoga, hypnosis, relaxation therapy, music therapy, etc.)

Managing and Living with Chronic Pain

Do not give up; your chronic pain can be reduced through several ways, this will help you carry on with a better life quality.

and the specific treatment plan that can work for you. If you want to inquire about anything at all, contact us at Hygia Pain Institute to book an appointment.

Do not give room for it to become the focal point in your life. Set priorities in your life instead of continuously focusing on your pain. Develop interest in something new, perhaps a new hobby. Go for a walk, visit with friends and family, etc. find something to distract your mind—it’s a powerful tool and it works always.

Learn to set realistic goals for your life, doesn’t matter if they are short-term or long-term goals. Figure out what your focus is and start achieving your goals one after the one.

It is important that you know how to overpower the emotional challenges that are associated with chronic pain. Doing this will greatly help you.

Use over-the-counter or pain medications. At Hygia Pain Institute, we do our very best to treat chronic pain without the use of addictive painkillers or invasive surgery. We treat the root of the problem.

Through all these processes, determine what works best for you and stick with it. You can try bicycling for relaxation purposes, yoga, reading a book, etc.

If there’s one thing your chronic pain will want you to stop doing, it is exercise but it is important that you exercise as much as you physically are able to. Don’t try to stay away from exercising if you are suffering from chronic pain, unless it is advised by your doctor. You can ask the type of exercise that you should do that will not aggravate your chronic pain.

Above all, seek help from others. Don’t hide, talk to people about your chronic pain so they can be a listening ear and hopefully provide moral support along the way.

Find out how we approach Chronic Pain at Hygia Pain Institute

Resources and Tools: What Should You Do Now?

Are you affected by the chronic pain and its debilitating symptoms? If so, we are here to help you. Our team of providers have incorporated a multidisciplinary approach to treating chronic pain without the use of addictive pain medications or surgery.
Booking an appointment with us is the first step to finally getting relief from your chronic pain symptoms.
If you are interested in getting conservative treatment for chronic pain, call Hygia Pain Institute today