Anxiety, PTSD And Chronic Pain Treatment

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Chronic Pain

Chronic pain, also known as nociceptive pain, is a major medical problem. Like any long-term health problem, this disorder can develop consequences beyond physical symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, and sleeping difficulties. Nociceptive pain can make it challenging to keep up at work, manage household duties, and attend social gatherings, leading to interpersonal problems and financial instability. Chronic pain can have a negative impact on your quality of life and lead to other significant health issues.

Types of Chronic Pain Conditions

Chronic Pain: Signs & Symptoms

Nociceptive pain syndrome harms your physical and emotional well-being in the following ways:

Chronic Pain Disorder

There are many ways in which chronic pain is experienced such as:

What Causes Chronic Pain?

Chronic Pain Syndrome Treatment

Chronic pain syndrome treatment is challenging to understand, but it is manageable. Some of the ways include:

Risk Factors Associated With Chronic Pain

Risk factors for chronic pain syndrome include:

When You Should Seek Medical Help For Chronic Pain?

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Anxiety disorder is commonly characterized by recurring bouts of acute anxiety, panic, or terror that peak within minutes. Patients suffering from an anxiety disorder often feel extreme, excessive, persistent worry and panic in everyday situations.

Anxiety: Signs & Symptoms

The anxiety disorder specialists look for specific anxiety symptoms that can range from minor to major discomforts:

Anxiety Disorders

There are many conditions that are related with anxiety attacks:

How Is Anxiety Caused?

The symptoms of Anxiety itself might be a sign of a severe health problem. Following are some of the medical conditions that have been associated with Anxiety:

When To Seek A Doctor For Anxiety Disorder?

As soon as you begin to sense the symptoms, you must be prompt to seek an anxiety disorder specialist. The signs can be:

Treatment for Anxiety And PTSD at Padda Institute

Anxiety And PTSD Treatment

Padda Institute has the most qualified and experienced specialists in St. Louis & Bridgeton. Staff skilled in various specialties work together to develop tailored treatment according to the patient’s needs. Psychotherapy and Medications are the two most common therapies for acute anxiety treatment, generalized anxiety treatment, and post traumatic stress disorder treatment.

Meditation Ritual Techniques

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy incorporates mindful meditation practices into psychotherapy. It is effective in preventing depression relapses. We temporarily support the rational use of medications to reduce Anxiety and enhance the meditation process. This becomes especially relevant for patients who suffer from chronic pain, which can be understood as an underlying physical problem.


Different drugs used to reduce symptoms depend on your type of anxiety illness and if you also have other mental or physical health concerns. Some antidepressants are also used as anxiety treatment options to cope with anxiety disorders. Buspirone, an anti-anxiety drug, may be prescribed.

Experts at Padda Institute

Padda Institute has one of the most experienced doctors in St. Louis & Bridgeton. We ensure the patient’s quality care and successful recovery, especially in chronic pain relief and long term pain management. You can review the testimonials from our clients.

Pain Conditions We Treat

At Padda Institute, our pain management specialists & pain specialist doctors provide you the guidance and treatments tailored to your needs. We are best at what we do; we diagnose and evaluate to determine your best treatment plan, so that you can experience chronic pain relief like never before.

Severe Head And Neck Pain

The goal of the Padda Institute Headache Section is to provide diagnosis and treatment that will help people who experience severe pain regain a better quality of life. (The treatment needs of patients who have occasional mild

Diabetes And Neuropathy

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN) is the most common complication of diabetes, and often presents as a distal, symmetric, sensorimotor neuropathy. In the United States, 26.8 million people are affected by diabetes; by the year 2030, that number is predicted to increase to approximately 35.9 million people.

Migraine Headaches

Headache is among the principal reasons for physician visits and a common cause of emergency department visits. The costs of tests and treatments for headache are not insubstantial, and when unwarranted, they

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