Items Tagged ‘neck pain’

A breakthrough for migraine sufferers

August 14, 2018

A breakthrough for migraine sufferers

By uclahealth uclahealth

Close to 100 million Americans have chronic headaches. Nearly 40 million of them have migraines. And the majority of migraine sufferers are women. In fact, the World Health Organization suggests 20 percent of all women suffer from migraines (compared to only 8 percent of men). “Migraine is the third-most common of all disorders on the […]

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Tags: brain activity, diziness, headache, migrane, migrane therapies, nausea, neck pain, UCLA Neurology


Psychotherapy services at pain center help patients enjoy better quality of life

June 4, 2018

Psychotherapy services at pain center help patients enjoy better quality of life

By uclahealth uclahealth

Story highlights Pain psychology uses cognitive behavioral therapy to change pain perceptions. Center offers various therapies to help patients cope with back, neck and joint pain, post-surgical pain and nerve pain. Services help to reduce or eliminate the need for addictive pain medications. If you’re among the approximately 100 million Americans who deal with chronic […]

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Tags: back pain, Chronic Pain, cognitive behavioral therapy, Dr. F. Michael Ferrante, joint pain, neck pain, nerve pain, pain perceptions, pain psychology, post-surgical pain, short-term pain, UCLA Comprehensive Pain Center


July 10, 2017

Yeah for Dr.Yeh

By glaabfamily glaabfamily

I was going through many tests to see if a nodule was benign, I kept being told it was suspicious. A friend referred me to Dr. Yeh. I set up an appointment. An ultrasound determined my parathyroid had entered into my thyroid. Because of his expertise, Dr. Yeh was able to find this. A few […]

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Tags: allergies, Dr. Michael Yeh, neck pain, nodule, parathyroid, patient stories, thyroid, thyroid removal, TMJ