Entries by Stacey Young

Starting From the Ground Up

Who doesn’t love a good pair of shoes? Shoes are a simple way for us to accessorize and really pull together our outfits. According to the American Chiropractic Association, Nearly 80% of people experience back pain in their life, but did you ever think shoes could be the culprit for your back pain? When our […]

Chronic Pain & Car Accidents 

Car accidents are unpredictable. Even when anticipated, they can cause severe, lasting injuries. Research shows that of the nearly 100 million Americans who suffer from chronic pain, auto accidents are a leading contributor. It is estimated that 37% of chronic pain cases are neck and back injuries resulting from traffic accidents and whiplash. Types of […]

Spring Cleaning Minus the Back Pain

Spring has arrived, meaning it is time to start cleaning up your house, gardening and preparing for summer! While these actions seem simple, an increase in such activities can be strenuous on your back. New Health Services believes spring cleaning is a necessity, but back pain isn’t—check out our three tips below to keep your […]

Coping Methods for Families with Someone in Chronic Pain

The impacts of chronic pain reach beyond those affected. Chronic pain is pain that lasts longer than 12 weeks and often changes family dynamics. Challenges and role shifts can negatively impact self-images and self-esteem and can lead to guilt, depression, anxiety, resentment and powerlessness. Practicing coping can help families deal with the impacts of chronic […]

Mental Health and Chronic Pain

Chronic pain and mental health are intertwined wellness paths. Although the two are often connected, for example, those with chronic pain are prone to depression and those with depression may manifest physical, chronic pain. Many treatment options do not address both physical and mental pain concurrently. What is Chronic Pain? Chronic pain is pain that […]

Lift the Label & Addiction Support

The United States is in an opioid epidemic. More than two million Americans have become dependent on or abused prescription pain pills. Many switch to heroin as it is less expensive than prescription drugs. Quick Facts About the US Opioid Crisis: 1 million Americans with opioid addiction From 1999 to 2016, more than 350,000 people […]

Leadership Spotlight: Ozzie Cabral

New Health Services is fortunate to have a staff of leaders in across many disciplines. Let’s take a behind the scenes look at our team and what they do outside of their daily routines at New Health. Ozzie Cabral, the Director of Integrated Services, is part of the integrated team at New Health’s state-of-the-art facility. […]

Introducing New Health: A New Model for Pain Treatment

Accessing the right treatment plan can be a challenge for anyone suffering from chronic or acute pain. For patients without financial resources or private health insurance, the obstacles can be insurmountable. That’s why we’re excited to introduce you to New Health Pain Treatment Centers, which offers comprehensive pain treatment to a range of patients, some […]