Chronic Pain Management Program
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Factors That Impact Chronic Pain
The experience of chronic pain is created by a number of factors. We most frequently think about the physical component: a "signal" that is sent from some part of the body to the brain that something is "not right". This is an important aspect of the pain experience. However, research has shown that our thoughts, our emotions, our social interactions, and our activity level can all contribute to the feeling of pain. These factors can make the pain experience worse or better, depending on how we manage these aspects of pain.
The Chronic Pain Management Program will help you to take control of these factors as you work with your doctor to manage the physical aspect.
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