Chronic pain has a profound effect on one's quality of life, turning even the simplest tasks into daunting challenges. While medications may offer temporary respite, they often bring unwanted side effects along for the ride. This is where the indispensable role of physiotherapy comes into play in managing chronic pain. This article will delve into how physiotherapy can empower those grappling with chronic pain to regain control over their lives and elevate their overall well-being.
One procedure that your gastroenterologist may recommend is an iron infusion. This is a simple treatment in which iron is slowly introduced to your bloodstream by an intravenous drip and may be recommended if you are anaemic and not absorbing enough iron through the stomach or gut. There are a few simple preparations you can make to help the procedure pass more smoothly. Eat and drink normally There is no need to fast for an iron infusion.
Hello, my name is Liam and I live in Alice Springs, Australia. I work pretty hard every day out on my farm, so it isn't unusual for me to have aches and pains. I hate going to the doctor so I normally pop a couple of painkillers or open a cold beer to deal with the discomfort. However, my wife kept on nagging me to see a doctor, which I eventually did. The doctor at Fidelity Health Choice discovered that I had a rare infection which was causing the pain. After a course of drugs, I fully recovered. I now attend regular appointments. I hope you enjoy my health and wellbeing blog.