Labs and Diagnostic Tests Center

Diagnosing the exact cause of your chronic pain can be a long, challenging process. That's because there usually isn't one test that can definitively point to what's causing your pain. Our Labs and Diagnostics Tests Center explains the most common tests used to help diagnose pain.

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Featured Labs and Diagnostic Tests Articles

X-rays, MRIs, CT Scans, Blood Tests, and Nerve Tests
Lab and diagnostic tests for chronic pain can’t always provide a clear diagnosis because pain is such a multi-faceted issue. Article explains most common tests, including x-rays, MRIs, and nerve tests used to help diagnose the cause of chronic pain.

A Q&A with experts in pain medicine and mental health.

Mental health and pain management experts share ways that individuals with chronic pain or illness can cope with heightened anxiety during COVID-19.

Being a mother to a toddler while living with a chronic illness is difficult in itself for a multitude of reasons. How one woman is coping with the additional stresses of COVID-19 and navigating to a new normal.

Parenting a toddler while living with a chronic illness is difficult in itself. Here's how one mother is coping with the additional stresses of coronavirus and forced isolation in hopes of navigating to a new normal.

With in-person doctor visits limited, here’s how you can still communicate with your provider about medication, symptoms, your mental health, and more.

 

How to use and access telemedicine during coronavirus (COVID-19). A guide for patients with chronic pain conditions.

If combined, chronic pain and coronavirus can be extra scary. But with a few simple precautions, you'll be prepared.

If you live with a chronic or disabling condition, or have a weakened immune system, you may need to take a few extra precautions to avoid the coronavirus.

Whether in person or online, finding a like-minded support group can help you uncover new pain-relieving techniques and give you the boost of an instant community.

 

Whether in person or online, finding a like-minded support group can help you uncover new pain-relieving techniques and give you the boost of an instant community.
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