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about pain management

Chronic pain affects approximately 86 million American adults to some degree. Managing chronic pain requires a multi-disciplinary approach for relieving suffering and improving the patient's quality of life. This emerging branch of medicine usually requires the coordinated efforts of a variety of practitioners including physicians, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and nurse practitioners. Some pain clinics employ a several types of practitioners so patients have access to a variety of modalities and techniques all under one roof.


There are many traditional, alternative and emerging techniques and modalties for treating chronic pain. Some of these approaches include:




chiropractic manipulation


cryo sauna


float tank


frequency specific microcurrent




laser, cold laser




physical therapy


water massage: WATSU



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recommended reading

Freedom from Pain by Dr. Peter A Levine


Managing Chronic Pain: A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach Workbook

by John D Otis 


The Pain Survival Guide: How to Reclaim Your Life by Dennis C Turk


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