Long-term pain relief solution

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Years ago, I used to get blinding headaches that would not go away. They were really bad, and I had to take pain meds to knock them out.

Today, it’s been all over the news that opioids can cause major addictions. The same ones I would take all those years ago.

And NSAIDs – such as Aleve, Advil, and Motrin – they can cause high blood pressure, stomach pain, ulcers, dizziness, ringing in the ears, and erectile dysfunction.

Usually, these side effects only occur with consistent use over time.

Unfortunately, if you have chronic pain that’s probably how you’re taking pain meds.

The one big exception to this is aspirin. Aspirin can be a miracle for people. (But that’s a subject for another day.)

Because I like to avoid long-term use of most pain meds, I’m always interested in research that offers safe and effective alternatives.

Even if it might make me look like a porcupine for a couple of hours.

Acupuncture used to be viewed as pretty “woo-woo,” but now it’s becoming more and more mainstream.

And it is amazing. It not only works, but a relatively short treatment cycle can give significant pain relief for up to a year.

Acupuncture for chronic pain

One of the things I always like to look at in trials is how they’re set up – because wobbly setups lead to wobbly data.

This study was set up well and it was a randomized blind trial.

Randomized controlled multicenter trial, blinded to participants and to data analysts.”

In this trial, participants got either real acupuncture or fake acupuncture to treat chronic pain from fibromyalgia.

The fake acupuncture was used to overcome the placebo effect, so the researchers would know if the real thing really worked better.

“Participants were randomly assigned to either the real intervention (individualized acupuncture, IA) or the sham intervention (sham acupuncture, SA).”

In both groups, they had one session a week for 10 weeks.

“In both the IA and SA groups, one session per week (lasting 20 min) was provided, in addition to usual pharmacological treatment. The primary outcome was change in pain intensity at 10 weeks.”

The fibromyalgia patients that got the real acupuncture had a much higher decrease in pain than the sham group.

And that showed that acupuncture really works to lower pain.

“Intention-to-treat analysis revealed that the decrease in pain intensity at 10 weeks was greater in the IA group than in the SA group…”

Acupuncture can be a good long-term solution.

For the patients in this study, it was still working a full year later without any additional treatments past the 10 weeks!

At the one-year follow-up point, there were still significant decreases in pain for the real acupuncture group.

“During the follow-up period, significant differencesin favor of the IA group persisted at 12 months…”

This study was on fibromyalgia patients.

But since acupuncture is low-risk and the science supports that it works, I would certainly say that it’s worth a try if you suffer from chronic pain for any reason.

What to look for in an acupuncturist

Most US states require some level of testing and licensing by the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) for acupuncturists.

Here’s a map of what every state requires in 2018.

I would look for someone with the NCCAOM licensing myself.

That way I’m sure the person sticking me with needles knows what they are doing.

Chronic pain can be debilitating and it’s important to know about all the tools in your toolbox so that you can treat it as effectively as possible… and with as few side effects as possible.

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Acupuncture for fibromyalgia in primary care: a randomised controlled trial. 
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26879181 

What Are NSAIDs for Arthritis? 
https://www.webmd.com/osteoarthritis/guide/anti-inflammatory-drugs 

State Licensure Requirements Interactive map 
http://www.nccaom.org/state-licensure/