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Approach) Persistent pain often leaves
tell tale signs of change within the nervous system. The standard MRIs, Cat Scans
and x-rays only show pictures of structure which tell very little about pain.
Pain represents signals of communication between cells inside your nervous system.
Your body's software and the creator's own software program for letting you know
that something is not right.
approach is to carefully screen patients using physiologic
tests that enable us to better understand aspects of your
software by testing the functioning of sensory nerves; the actual nerves
transmitting and processing pain. By demonstrating damage
or dysfunction, we often demonstrate
for the first time, objective findings regarding origin of pain. This comes
as a great relief to patient and family since their confidence
for a fulfilling
future are often eroded when there has been no understanding of their pain.
know from our experience that patients that complain of chronic
usually means there is a diagnosis that needs to be uncovered. We utilize
traditional allopathic medicine with the latest in diagnostic
technology with Functional
and Environmental Medicine.
is our mission to provide state of the art medical evaluations
to determine cause of pain and other intractable symptoms. Symptoms
that do not go away even after treatment may be secondary to
medical conditions that have gone undetected. We know that understanding
the origin of your symptoms leads to more substantiative treatments.
Dr. Lloyd Saberski, Dr. Dwight Ligham, Dr. Steve Levin , Dr Michael Robbins and
other clinicians of the Yale - New Haven Community dedicated to the accurate
diagnosis and treatment of painful conditions. We offer state of the art
programs designed for your specific needs.
A diagnosis is a disease or condition that causes your symptoms. It is the
very basis for Allopathic (scientific) medicine. Unfortunately, many patient's
do not have a true diagnosis, but just a descriptive name for the symptoms
they are suffering from; called symptom complex. Doctors are not supposed
to describe a disease with a symptom complex unless they cannot come up
with the true diagnosis.
the disease or condition is much more successful than treating
the symptoms. In the following example, the diagnosis is the
flu and the symptom is the fever. Let's say two people are suffering
from the flu. They both go to their different doctors. One physician
diagnosis the patient with the flu and treats them with medications
that have been proven to destroy the flu virus. The other physician
notices the patient has a fever, and without any other tests,
the physician starts him on medications that will reduce the
fever but ignores the flu virus. The physician who treats the
flu virus will see much better results than the physician who
focuses on reducing the fever. In a more complex situation, the
proper scientific diagnosis will lead to specific treatments
and remission of symptoms in many of the patients.
Diagnostic Pain Treatment Center, our physicians look
past the common symptoms and search to find a scientific diagnosis
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