Wainwright Address 

902 3rd Ave 

Wainwrigt -AB

Canada T9W 1C5

Working Hours 

Mon -Wed- Fri 

10am - 6pm 

Saturday

10.am - 12pm

 

Provost Address

Post Box # 28

5114 - 50 Street, Provost, AB

Canada T0B 3S0

Working Hours 

Tuesday : 10.am to 6.pm

Hardisty Address

Post Box #157

5136-50 Street ,Hardisty AB

Canada T0B 1V0

Working Hours 

Thursday: 10.am to 6.pm

 

 

Ph: 780-842-8698

Fax: 1-780-669- 5678

 

Corporate Office Address
517-22Street 
Wainwright 
Alberta T9W 1H9
Canada
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Acute & Chronic Pain Managemant 

There are several ways to categorize pain. One way is to separate it into acute pain and chronic pain. Acute pain typically comes on suddenly and has a limited duration. It's frequently caused by damage to tissue such as bone, muscle, or organs, and the onset is often accompanied by anxiety or emotional distress.

Chronic pain lasts longer than acute pain and is generally somewhat resistant to medical treatment. It's usually associated with a long-term illness, such as osteoarthritis. In some cases, such as with fibromyalgia, it's one of the defining characteristic of the disease. Chronic pain can be the result of damaged tissue, but very often is attributable to nerve damage.

Both acute and chronic pain can be debilitating, and both can affect and be affected by a person's state of mind. But the nature of chronic pain -- the fact that it's ongoing and in some cases seems almost constant -- makes the person who has it more susceptible to psychological consequences such as depression and anxiety. At the same time, psychological distress can amplify the pain.

In our clinics we offer wide variety of treatments to address acute and chronic pain.