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Could ballet master Alexander Tressor mobilize exercise, diet and stress reduction to keep his Parkinson’s-related pain and other symptoms at bay? Ten years after his diagnosis, here’s how his DIY protocol is playing out. When Alexander Tressor was 47 and living in Manhattan, a neurologist gave him what Tressor stoically calls “The Bad News.” A Rus…
 
Are you paying too much for your prescription meds? GoodRx can keep you from being overcharged at your pharmacy counter. Different pharmacies charge different prices for the same drugs. And the money you’re throwing away can be huge! And don’t think I’m comparing the prices at a mom-and-pop pharmacy in one state with a drug store inside a Big Box r…
 
When none of the standard treatments relieve your chronic pain, should you try an experimental approach by volunteering for a clinical trial? And if so, how? It’s an all-too-common scenario: You’ve seen a slew of doctors who’ve prescribed countless treatments to erase your pain. Nevertheless, it persists. So what now? “There are scientists right th…
 
Her medical career halted by chronic pain, Shannon Stocker chose a high-risk procedure involving a powerful anesthetic, a five-day coma, and a do-or-die medical-tourism journey to Mexico. Shannon Stocker was 30 years old and in her last year of medical school when she first felt the pain. It started in her right arm and eventually became so debilit…
 
Has your doctor accepted payments and perks from drug and medical-device makers? Dollars for Docs can give you the answer. Every time you seek treatment for your chronic pain, you rightly expect to have your doctor’s undivided attention in the examining room. You also expect one other thing: your doctor’s undivided loyalty. After all, you’re the on…
 
Meet the chronic-pain patient who talked the feds into supplying him with free, legal medical marijuana for the last 34 years. You’ve probably heard about our guest today, maybe not by name but certainly by way of urban legend. The story goes like this: In Mississippi, the U.S. government has been growing marijuana for decades and giving the crop f…
 
By switching from the pharmacy to the produce section, 32-year-old Gabrielle Fennimore hoped to tame her worsening ulcerative colitis. But did it work? By now, we’ve all heard that eating a plant-based diet protects against cardiovascular disease. But can you eat your way to better health if your medical problem is chronic pain? And if so, which di…
 
Fallen short of your diet and exercise goals and feel lousy because of it? Meet MyFitnessPal, an online personal trainer that’ll keep you on track. Is your doctor urging you to lose weight, limit your sodium, get more active, and make other lifestyle changes that push your willpower to the breaking point? “What I like about MyFitnessPal is, everybo…
 
Previously on Painopolis, editor and health journalist David Sharp described his descent into chronic pelvic pain syndrome and recounted his early reliance on a urologist who misdiagnosed the cause of Sharp’s pain for years. The urologist treated him with a drug that failed to quell his pain and would later be taken off the market for causing an in…
 
Today, Painopolis editor David Sharp outs himself as a chronic-pain sufferer, talks about the 20 years he spent in the Land of the Misdiagnosed, and recalls the unforgettable day his ass spontaneously imploded. “When you’re in terrible pain, doing nothing is not an option. It’s like, ‘I can’t just lay here and hope the pain goes away by itself.’” P…
 
Still using the big kahuna of search engines to answer crucial medical questions? That’s because you haven’t tried PubMed.gov. Imagine how empowering it would be to tap into the minds of top scientists. And not just any top scientists, but rather, the very people who’ve devoted their lives to coming up with better treatments for your specific medic…
 
The biggest secret of John F. Kennedy’s presidency wasn’t his sex life. It was his crippling chronic pain and his covert ways of treating it. In 1947, an American congressman suddenly collapsed while traveling in Europe. He was taken to a doctor, who concluded that the 30-year-old man was in such terrible shape that he’d be dead within a year. Afte…
 
Welcome to Painopolis! It’s a new podcast for people with chronic pain. And also for everybody else. “We’ll bring you stories about people who confronted the worst hell imaginable, surmounted it, and are now ready to tell the rest of us how they did it.” That’s because we’ll bring you stories about people who confronted the worst hell imaginable, s…
 
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