Pain Management Teaching 659

Patient instructed to contact primary physician if current pain treatment stops working or pain begins to get worse over time.

Pain Management Teaching 660

Patient was instructed on pain management. Diabetes can destroy small blood vessels, which in turn can damage the nervous system, and these damaged nerves can cause pain. The pain arises from the nerves that are injured or malfunctioning that can be from the tip of the toe to the brain.

Pain Management Teaching 661

Patient was instructed on pain management. Diabetes pain usually strikes first in the hands and feet. A common pain syndrome from diabetes is described as

Pain Management Teaching 662

Patient instructed in setting a daily time aside for relaxation that will in turn break the pain-cycle.

Pain Management Teaching 663

Patient instructed in following a daily exercise routine but to avoid exertion as this may worsen pain.

Pain Management Teaching 664

Patient was instructed on pain management. Diabetes alters sensation in the smallest nerves, which happen to lie at the end of the peripheral nervous system, in the hands and feet. Diabetes starves these tiny nerves. As a result the nervous system becomes confused about what is and isn

Pain Management Teaching 665

Patient was instructed on pain management. Acute pain such as occurs with trauma, often has a reversible cause and may require only transient measures and correction of under lying problem. In contrast, chronic pain often results from conditions that are difficult to diagnose and treat.

Pain Management Teaching 666

Patient was instructed on pain management. Pain is an unpleasant sensation that is caused by actual or perceived injury to body tissues and produces physical and emotional reactions.

Pain Management Teaching 667

Patient was instructed on pain management Pain sensation has evolved to protect the body from harm by causing people to perform certain actions and avoid others. Pain might be called a protector, a predictor or simply a hassle.

Pain Management Teaching 668

Patient was instructed on how pain develops. When something in the body is not working properly, the body