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Chronic pain can change you.
The American Chronic Pain Association offers a simple definition: pain that continues when it should not.
When pain goes on for months or years, long after an injury has healed, it brings frustration, anxiety and depression.
Pain should not be a constant companion. There are a number of ways to stop pain, from meditation and yoga to medication and surgery.
There are two ways to attack chronic pain: physically and mentally.
Don’t neglect your state of mind. The American Psychological Association offers five tips that could help you feel better:
When pain doesn’t stop, you need to figure out why. Make an appointment with a physician who understands pain and knows how to relieve it.
Pain does not have to be a constant companion in your life. Learn more about our Pain Clinic.
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