Pain Management

  1. Orthopedic braces and supports by Bauerfeind®

    Orthopedic braces and supports by Bauerfeind®

    AllegroMedical.com presents Bauerfeind orthopedic braces and supports, designed to provide healing stability and pain relief.  Bauerfeind is a supremely engineered line of orthopedic braces and supports .   Experience pain relief with GenuTrain®,  MalleoTrain®, and SacroLoc® .

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  2. What Causes Migraines?

    A migraine is an intense headache that can cause throbbing, or a pulsing sensation, in an area of you head…it basically feels like your heartbeat has migrated upwards to your head.  It’s not comfortable at all.  Unfortunately too, migraines are usually accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to both light and sound.  Therefore, if you’re in a room that is bright and loud, your migraine will seem to be that much worse.  The pain that migraines cause can last for hours to days, and it can even hurt so much that all you can think about is finding a dark, quiet place to rest until the pain subsides.

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  3. Dangers of Pressure Ulcers, Pressure Sores, or Decubitus Ulcers

    Dangers of Pressure Ulcers, Pressure Sores, or Decubitus Ulcers

    What are pressure ulcers?

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  4. Tips For Relieving Plantar Fasciitis Pain

    Tips For Relieving Plantar Fasciitis Pain

    If you are experiencing heel pain when you take your first steps after getting out of bed in the morning or sitting for an extended period of time, talk to your doctor about plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis (fashee-EYE-tiss) occurs when your plantar fascia, the ligament that provides support to your foot arch, becomes strained and swollen. Therefore, pain is felt in the bottom of your foot or heel when you walk or stand, especially in the morning. You might notice the pain subside the more you move your feet; unfortunately, your feet will hurt as you continue on throughout the day.1

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  5. Don't Allow Knee Pain to Slow You Down this Summer

    With summer in full swing, more people take advantage of the warm temperatures and increasing their physical activity. Whether running/walking, gardening, or even taking the family on a picnic, the last thing anyone needs are sore knees.

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  6. Best Supports, Slings and Splints

    GenuTrain Knee Brace We're here to support you!  After all, support for your body parts can be just as important as any other type, especially when you are in pain. 

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  7. Stop Back Pain with these Top Sellers!

    Neckpro Cervical Traction Device Almost everyone experiences back pain at some time in their lives.  For me, and I suspect for most, back pain is surprisingly debilitating and ridiculously persistent.  The good news is there are products to help manage back pain or even eliminate it all together.  

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  8. Arthritis Pain: Hot or Cold Therapy?

    Arthritis Gloves The type of arthritis pain you are experiencing, or the timing of the pain, determines whether to use heat therapy or cold therapy. You may have to try several things to see what works.  Are you having acute pain or is it more of a lingering ache?  Is the pain in your hand, or deep in your hip? Here are some quick guidelines to help you decide when to use heat and when to use cold when treating arthritis pain.

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  9. Get Your Snuggies Here!

    Snuggie Blanket with SleevesWe couldn't be more excited.  The Snuggies are here!  You know, the fleece throw that keeps you warm from head to toe.  That crazy soft blanket that you secretly want. 

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  10. Knee Pain: Top 10 Knee Supports of 2014

    We are tough on our knees.   Knee surgeries, knee replacements, sports injuries - I hear about them every day.  No wonder we sell so many knee braces, supports, wraps, straps and bands.  And they do more than just support your knee.  These products are designed to give relief - blissfully immediate relief in most cases -  from pre- knee surgery inflammation, everyday osteoarthritis, knee pain during sports or post-surgery swelling.

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