Common Winter Injuries in Wisconsin


Get Pain Relief Treatment after Icy Accidents Wisconsin winters are full of hazards. Ice can cause slip and fall accidents while scrapping snow off a car can lead to painful muscle strain. Winter sports contribute to even more injuries. These conditions can all lead to chronic pain if not effectively treated. Neurology & Pain Treatment Center of Milwaukee helps those with winter injuries get pain relief. Slip and Fall Ice Injuries Wrist Elbow Shoulder Ankle Knee Hip Spine Slip and fall injuries can happen just about anywhere on the body. It doesn’t take a lot of snow to make the ground slippery. Wearing [...]

Common Winter Injuries in Wisconsin2018-10-29T11:25:00-05:00

What is Causing Your Chronic Pain?


Get Treatment for Joint Pain in Milwaukee There are many conditions which can cause chronic pain. Joint injuries in the neck, hips, knees, and feet/ankles are the most commonly reported. Painkillers can temporarily mask the pain, but it is important to know the cause of the pain in order to provide treatment. Neurology & Pain Treatment in Milwaukee offers diagnosis and treatment options for patients dealing with chronic pain. Unfortunately for many patients, it can take time to recognize you are experiencing chronic pain. At that point it may seem impossible to determine what caused the pain to start. Dr. Neal Pollack [...]

What is Causing Your Chronic Pain?2018-12-05T15:54:51-06:00

Pain Relief Options for Milwaukee Runners


Reduce Injuries with Post-Marathon Tips and Tricks Runners undergo a lot of strain while racing. Whether taking on a 100 meter dash or a full marathon, runners need to be careful to avoid injury. Hip, knee and ankle injuries from running can cause daily pain if not treated. Dr. Neal Pollack of the Milwaukee Neurology and Pain Treatment Center has a solution for runners in pain: prolotherapy. Plantar fasciitis (PF), Achilles tendinitis, hamstring pulls, and iliotibial band syndrome (ITB) are all incredibly common conditions for runners. They are very difficult to treat using traditional pain relief methods. Fortunately, prolotherapy is an alternative [...]

Pain Relief Options for Milwaukee Runners2018-12-06T08:57:37-06:00

Foods that Help with Inflammation, Headaches and More


Learn What Foods Are Beneficial in More Ways Than One There are plenty of ways to treat pain externally. Ice packs and warm compresses can only do so much. It turns out there are several super foods found effective in relieving pain in the body! Discover what foods to avoid and what foods to eat in order to reduce pain from inflammation, headaches, and more. Reduce Pain With the Right Diet Tart Cherries In addition to their known ability to help fight cancer, tart cherries contain cyaniding which has been known to reduce inflammation. It’s been proven consuming tart cherries [...]

Foods that Help with Inflammation, Headaches and More2018-12-06T09:09:20-06:00

How to Handle Summer Vacation with Chronic Pain


Enjoy a Pain-Free Summer in Milwaukee with Prolotherapy! With summer vacation finally here, now is the perfect time to say goodbye to chronic pain. If you have a fun vacation planned in a far off destination, you don’t want to be suffering the entire time. Neurology & Pain Treatment of Milwaukee has gathered some helpful tips for reducing the amount of pain you experience while traveling. Tips to a Pain-Free Vacation Remember to stay hydrated – Drink plenty of water during your trip to reduce the symptoms of your pain. Avoid caffeine drinks like soda and coffee which can cause [...]

How to Handle Summer Vacation with Chronic Pain2018-12-06T09:16:09-06:00

One Man’s Pain Journey


Once there was a man with chronic pain. He suffered daily even though he had tried many medications, injections, and physical therapies. As a last resort, surgery was suggested but not guaranteed. His condition worsened and  he became immobile, anxious, and depressed. Because of a friend's suggestion, he saw Dr. Neal Pollack who thoroughly evaluated and treated him with regenerative injections, nervous system retraining, and effortless neuromuscular movements. Subsequently, his pain decreased until finally he became pain free, active, happy, and productive. It's true, there is help for you.

One Man’s Pain Journey2019-02-25T16:39:18-06:00
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