We have a variety of reasons why there are certain days where your pain may be worse. Maybe because you had extra physical activity the same day or the day before, maybe weather changes or maybe just a progression of the disease.
Oftentimes people on chronic pain will have a certain baseline of medication and they may have bad days or bad weeks. When that happens we’re able to adjust the medications for that short duration of time in order to help them get pass that acute aggravation of their pain levels and bring them back to their more normal state.
Also we can end up incorporating intervention procedures that if you had the pain elevated for longer than a week or two weeks and the medication changes are not working we may be able to use a procedure to bring down the pain levels back to their more normal levels.