• Pain Care Report 2019 – “The Way Forward”
  • 2019 Bulletins

    1. HCG and Neurosteroids – January, 2019
    2. Two Great Hormonal Discoveries in Pain Care – January, 2019
    3. The Way Forward In Pain Care – January, 2019
    4. Past Bulletins

      1. Why the Hormone and Pain Care Movement in 2013? May,2013
      2. Hormones and Pain Care – What it is not, June, 2013
      3. Getting Over the Fear of Getting Started, July, 2013.
      4. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin and Pregnenolone, August, 2013
      5. Why Hormones are the New Frontier in Pain Care, August, 2013
      6. Testosterone Tips, September, 2013
      7. Hormone Levels Can Validate Presence of Pain and Affect Treatment, September, 2013
      8. Hormones for Pain Management, Compounds and Dosages, October, 2013
      9. Osteoporosis in Pain Patients, A Hormone Issue, November, 2013
      10. Hormone Replacement Following Opioid Supression, December, 2013
      11. Why is Hormone Testing Important to Pain Management? February, 2014
      12. Why Should Hormone Deficiencies Be Identified and Corrected as Part of a Pain Management Program? February, 2014
      13. Which Hormones Should Be Tested? February, 2014
      14. Which Patients Should Be Tested? February, 2014
      15. Four Common Clinical Situations And Actions To Take. February, 2014
      16. How Frequently Should Hormone Testing Be Done? February, 2014
      17. Which Hormone Formulations Should You Use? February, 2014
      18. Compounded Or Commercial? February, 2014
      19. How To Use Hormones To Spare Opioids. February, 2014
      20. How Long Should Hormones Be Replaced? February, 2014
      21. Opioids Suppress More Hormones than Testosterone. April, 2014
      22. High Pain — High Hormone Levels. May, 2014
      23. How Pain Stimulates Hormones. June, 2014
      24. Recommended Starting Dosages of Hormones for Chronic Pain Patients. June, 2014
      25. Hormone Testing and Treatment Is a New Frontier in Pain Management. August, 2014
      26. Why Hormone Testing And Treatment Aren’t A Passing Fad In Pain Management. August, 2014
      27. Hormones Minimize Opioids. October, 2014
      28. How Long Should Patients Stay On Hormones?. October, 2014
      29. Cortisol Abnormalities are a Factor of Pain Severity and Longevity. November, 2014
      30. The Physiologic Effect of Chronic Pain on Serum Hormone Levels. November, 2014
      31. Basics of Hormone Testing and Treatment Action. December, 2014
      32. Very Low Hormone Levels. January, 2015
      33. Sexual Dysfunction in Chronic Pain Patients. January, 2015
      34. Replacement Dosages for Pregnenolone and DHEA. January, 2015
      35. Hormone Supplementation: RX or Sell in the Office?. January, 2015
      36. Hormone Pellets: An Emerging Treatment. February, 2015
      37. How to Bill Insurance for Hormone Testing and Treatment. February, 2015
      38. Hormones Stimulate Cartilege Growth. March, 2015
      39. Replacement Starting Dosages. April, 2015
      40. Are Abnormal Hormone Serum Levels a Biomarker of Centralized Pain?. April, 2015
      41. Expansion of Recommended Hormone Pain Panel. May, 2015
      42. Hormone Replacement is a Primary Care Function. June, 2015
      43. Protocols for HCG and Oxytocin. July, 2015
      44. Are There Complications of Hormone Replacement In Pain Patients? Aug, 2015
      45. HORMONES – Time for New Thinking Aug, 2015
      46. The 3 Uses of Hormones in Pain Management
      47. How to Interpret a Hormone Profile
      48. Interpretation and Actions Following Hormone Profile Testing
      49. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin Protocol For Chronic Pain
      50. Catecholamines: The Forgotten Hormones
      51. Melatonin Can Be Useful in Some Pain Patients
      52. Hypothyroidism Underdiagnosed and Undertreated in Chronic Pain Patients
      53. Corticoid Support a New Concept in Pain Mangement
      54. Oxytocin Growing Use in Pain Management
      55. Now – A Fingerstick Hormone Profile
      56. Cortisol and Control of Neuroinflammation
      57. Low Dose Corticoid Treatment
      58. When To Use Oxytocin and HCG
      59. Four Types of Hormone Administration
      60. Oxytocin and Ketamine