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ATLANTA, GA, April 21, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The symptoms of a gallbladder disease varies. It can be a mere discomfort or it could be intense pain felt around the lower stomach, usually after eating. In some cases, people also exhibit jaundice (the yellowing of the whites of the eyes) as well as sever nausea and fever. Gallstones are the typical cause of a gallbladder disease. These are solid stones that accumulate in the gall bladder and are made up of cholesterol, calcium deposits and bile salts.
Only a doctor can properly diagnose gallbladder disease and distinguish the pain associated with it from other types of pain. Atlanta pain clinic Atlanta Spine & Alternative Pain Management Center (ASAP) specializes in the diagnosis and treatment not only of pain symptoms, but also the source of pain.
Living with chronic pain can be debilitating; it can negatively affect one's quality of life. When not treated, pain can lead to depression as well as more serious medical conditions. ASAP is the solution and your way to recover and enjoy your life once more.
"ASAP is a holistic pain management center," says Carroll D. Cooper, MD. "We treat the total person and not just the symptoms of their pain. In our experience, this is the best way not only to provide relief from pain for our patients, but also to make them healthy once again so they can truly enjoy a full and vital life."
The trusted and respected Atlanta pain and spine specialists at ASAP are highly trained and experienced with the expertise to help you once again enjoy an active, healthy and pain-free life.
For more information, please visit http://www.asap-pain.com/.
About Atlanta Spine and Alternative Pain Management Center:
Atlanta Spine and Alternative Pain Management Center (ASAP) is a holistic pain management practice focused on promoting healthy, active lifestyles for their patients. Their goal is to aggressively diagnose conditions to give each patient a personalized treatment plan to enhance their quality of life.
Learn more about their practice at http://www.asap-pain.com.
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