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Patient meeting with a psychologist to discuss pain

Should I see a psychologist for my pain?

January 8, 2020

Pain is the most common reason why people see a physician, according to the American Psychological Association. This is partly because we typically think about pain as purely a physical


pain management resolutions for 2020

3 New Year’s resolutions that will help your chronic pain

January 6, 2020

What do you think the most common New Year’s resolutions are? According to the National Pain Report, they are as follows: Exercise more Lose weight Eat healthier Take a more


pain and sleep

Stop the cycle of chronic pain & sleepless nights

December 11, 2019

Pain is a key factor in the gap between the amount of sleep Americans say they need and the amount they’re getting, according to the National Sleep Foundation. On average,


arthritis

Defining arthritis & finding ways to cope with the pain

December 7, 2019

Arthritis is a very common but not well understood disease. The term “arthritis” is not a single disease, but an informal way of referring to joint pain or joint disease,


anti-inflammatory diet

You are what you eat: how anti-inflammatory diets can help with pain

November 12, 2019

Some chronic conditions may cause inflammation in your body. While medication and other treatments are important, it may be that adopting an anti-inflammatory diet will be beneficial as well. Changing


thankful for pain

What you learn along the way: reasons to be thankful for pain

November 8, 2019

Pain is something that everyone goes through at some point in their life, whether it’s short-term pain or long-term, chronic pain. No one likes it, and we all want it