Neuragenex Nfpm Broken Bone Pain Treatment in Marietta, Georgia

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While managing a fractured bone throughout the healing process might be difficult, we offer advanced innovative therapy that can help. The specially designed treatment protocol encourages a faster healing process by targeting chronic pain and inflammation. We strive to improve your mobility and capability to carry out daily tasks, ultimately enhancing your quality of life.

Our team of professionals understands the toll that bone pain can take on not only your mobility but also your mood and overall well-being. This is why our treatment focuses on addressing the different types of bone pain you may experience after a fracture, as well as providing you with a whole-person approach to pain relief and recovery.

This table summarizes the benefits of receiving broken bone pain treatment with the Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocol.

  • Experiencing excruciating and debilitating pain
  • Struggling with restless nights
  • Contending with limited mobility and functionality
  • Suffering from increased irritability and anxiety
  • Diminishing overall quality of life
  • Reducing constant pain
  • Sleeping comfortably through the night
  • Regaining mobility and functionality
  • Enhancing your mood and mental state
  • Healing faster and reducing the risk of complications

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What Is Broken Bone Pain?

If you have ever had the unfortunate experience of breaking a bone, you may be familiar with the intense pain felt immediately after the fracture. This type of bone pain is called “acute pain,” where your body’s natural response to the injury signals the start of the healing process. 

As uncomfortable as it is, acute pain serves as an important protective mechanism that urges you to stop, rest, and seek medical attention to take the next steps to prevent further damage. However, bone pain doesn’t always end with acute pain. 

While your initial pain response will usually subside as the bone begins to heal, some people may continue to feel pain long after the bone has mended. This more persistent type of pain can go on to have a more significant impact on a person’s life, affecting their long-term mobility, comfort, and overall well-being. 

In order to treat this long-standing type of post-fracture pain, we need first to understand the different types of bone pain that may occur. We’ll discuss this in the following section.

Types Of Post-Fracture Pain

We now understand acute pain, which is pain felt immediately after a fracture, but you might be surprised to learn that there are two other common types of post-fracture pain. These include sub-acute pain and chronic pain, and they can manifest when the healing process doesn’t go as smoothly as expected. Let’s explore each of them in detail.

Sub-Acute Pain

Sub-acute pain is characterized when individuals continue to experience bone discomfort in the weeks after the initial fracture. 

The initial intense acute pain has subsided throughout this stage, and the bone is beginning to heal, although considerable discomfort still persists. A number of factors, such as the degree of inflammation, residual tissue damage, or complications during the healing process will determine the cause of this lingering pain.

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain, on the other hand, differs in that it can persist for many months and potentially years after the fracture and the surrounding tissues have healed. This type of post-fracture bone pain can become a daily struggle in an individual’s life, interfering with their activities and overall sense of well-being. 

There are many different reasons someone may experience chronic post-fracture discomfort, such as nerve injury, tissue scarring, or increased sensitivity to pain signals. Unfortunately, chronic pain resulting from a broken bone can be particularly challenging to manage, as it not only affects physical health but can also take a toll on one’s mental and emotional states.

It’s important to note that not everyone will experience sub-acute or chronic pain after a bone fracture. Many individuals become pain-free once they’ve had the appropriate treatments and their bones have been mended.

However, factors such as the severity of the break, the size of the bone, and whether or not any surrounding tissues were also affected will determine the risk of experiencing persistent post-fracture pain.

We recognize the complexities of post-fracture pain. In the next section, we will discuss how we strive to provide effective treatment options that tackle pain to help improve your quality of life.

How To Relieve Pain From A Broken Bone With The Neuragenex NFPM Protocol

Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management is a pioneering approach that goes beyond traditional pain relief to help combat the pain caused by broken bones. It combines three different therapeutic modalities, each targeting specific aspects of pain management and recovery. 

The comprehensive Neuragenex NFPM approach is proudly non-pharmaceutical, non-chiropractic, and non-surgical, incorporating the below therapies:


Electroanalgesia is a pain management technique that uses high-pulse electrical current to ease pain, boost blood circulation, improve mobility, and induce…

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IV Therapy

IV nutritional therapy, or intravenous therapy, involves administering vital nutrients directly to the bloodstream through an IV. This type of treatment bypasses the digestive system, allowing for maximum absorption and utilization of nutrients by the…

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Lifestyle Counseling

Lifestyle counseling is an approach to managing chronic pain that involves identifying, assessing, and modifying lifestyle factors contributing to an individual’s pain. For example, lifestyle factors such as nutrition, physical activity, stress, sleep quality…

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Achieve Effective Pain Control With Neuragenex NFPM

Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management offers a unique and effective approach to managing phantom limb pain. Our non-invasive, non-surgical, and drug-free treatment protocol targets the neurological factors contributing to this condition, providing long-term relief from chronic pain and inflammation. With personalized care plans and advanced technology such as electroanalgesia and IV therapy, individuals can overcome phantom limb pain and improve their comfort and well-being. Don’t let phantom limb pain control your life – contact us today to explore how we can help you reclaim your comfort.

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Success Stories

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In our clinics, we’ve seen remarkable outcomes with the Neuragenex Neurofunctional Pain Management protocols. Patients receiving peripheral neuropathy treatment have reported significant relief, just as those undergoing knee pain treatment have found newfound mobility and ease. Similarly, individuals who have opted for our treatment for migraines and chronic headaches share stories of renewed comfort and reduced frequency of their symptoms.

These successes are a source of great pride for us. Hear directly from our patients about the life-changing impact of these treatments!

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