Healthcare News Provided by Minnesota Head and Neck Pain Clinic

April 27, 2022 AddictionPain Relief0

Chronic Pain Providers’ Help Curb the Opioid Epidemic During the pandemic, both the number of people experiencing chronic pain and the opioid epidemic have escalated. The guidance reinforces the agency’s commitment to confront opioid misuse, abuse, and addiction by taking steps to help those with acute pain get access to improved non-opioid treatment alternatives.


Suicide prevention and awareness assistance can be provided by pain management teams. More chronic pain providers are now better trained in managing the opioid crisis and cognitive behavioral therapy for suicide prevention. The Minnesota Head and Neck Pain Clinics provides multiple resources that assist pain clinicians and communities with information about the opioid crisis, addiction as a chronic disease, and evidence-based treatments.


February 20, 2019 AddictionSleep0

\Top Benefits You Gain From Getting Enough Sleep\ There are more than 80 different sleep disorders. Yet for many Minnesota residents who feel tired during the day, the real problem is not allowing enough time to get more sleep. For them, it is not a disorder. The typical adult needs a minimum of 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night to be well rested. Many actually get less than 7 hours a night, which may lead to muscle aches and other issues that prompt a need for pain relief.


Our mission is to provide high-quality, effective patient care for head and neck disorders through a multispecialty, interdisciplinary approach designed to reduce pain and improve function for all our patients.

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