You may have heard about the recent controversy surrounding competitive slapping, a dangerous and potentially deadly sport. One man, Vasiliy Khamotskiy, was recently injured during a competition, suffering a traumatic brain injury that often results in chronic pain.
Competitive slapping may seem like a harmless but exciting form of entertainment. But the reality is that it can lead to serious injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, concussions, and chronic pain. In many cases, brain injury leaves sufferers with constant headaches and difficulty sleeping, making it nearly impossible to function normally.
At Elihu Institute for Pain Management, we offer a wide range of treatments for chronic pain, including medication management, interventional procedures, ketamine infusions and spinal cord stimulators. Our team of pain management experts is dedicated to providing personalized, comprehensive care to help patients like Khamotskiy find relief from their chronic pain.
If you or someone you know is suffering from chronic pain, don’t hesitate to reach out to Elihu Institute for Pain Management. We’re here to help you on your journey to a better quality of life.