Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate the loved ones in your life. For people who are in chronic pain, enjoying the day can present problems. Here are a few suggestions for honoring those you live while still managing your pain.
- Swap the chocolate for something nutritious like a bouquet of fresh fruit. Sugary syrup contributes to inflammation. Inflammation contributes to pain. Select lots of bright colorful fruits including strawberries and cherries. Fruits with antioxidants like blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and cherries are good for your health. Strawberries and cherries are especially nice because of their bright red color.
- Give the gift of a day at our beauty spa, Kaaya Medical Spa. Our spa offers a full range of treatments to make a woman (or man) look and feel great:Body Contouring•Botox Injections• Dermal Fillers• Eyelash Extensions• Herbal Body Wrap• HydrafacialTM• Hypnotherapy• Kybella• Laser Hair Removal• Medical Facials• Meditation• SculpSure• Skin Tightening• Therapeutic and• Cosmetic Acupuncture• Threading• Venus Freeze• Weight Loss
- Try dinner in one of the wonderful restaurants in Langhorne or Newtown.
- Conversation and a nice time with a spouse or partner is a wonderful way to reduce stress and focus on the good things in your life.
- Connect with parents, children, and all the people in your life you care for.
- Listen to local music or attend a live event. Our area has numerous theaters and music venues where you can listen, in an comfortable seat, to entertainers near you. We hope you can manage enough to enjoy people and getting out of the house
If you pain is too severe for you to enjoy Valentine’s Day, we understand. Please contact our office by calling 215.741.7031 to schedule an appointment. Our aim is to reduce and control your pain so you can get back to focusing on what’s really important in your life.
Disclaimer. This blog does not constitute medical advice.
We see patients from Bucks, Philadelphia, Mercer, and Montgomery Counties. We treat patients who live in Levittown, Richboro, Doylestown, Langhorne, Newtown, and the Delaware Valley region