Chronic Pain

ARE YOU SUFFERING CHRONIC, MODERATE TO SEVERE PAIN?

Pain is a normal reaction to an injury or illness of your body. Pain warns that something is wrong and usually stops hurting when your body heals.

But for many people, pain continues long after its cause is gone. When it lasts for 3 to 6 months or more, it’s called chronic pain. When you hurt day after day, it can take a toll on your emotional and physical health.

Somewhere around 25% of people with chronic pain will develop a condition called chronic pain syndrome (CPS). That’s when people have symptoms beyond pain alone, like depression and anxiety, which interfere with their daily lives.

Many peoples’ pain continues long after its cause is gone. When it lasts for 3 to 6 months or more, it’s called chronic pain. When you hurt day after day, it can take a toll on your emotional and physical health.

Chronic Pain Syndrome is a disorder where symptoms beyond pain alone, such as, depression and anxiety—which interfere with their daily lives.

Psychotherapy has been shown to have a positive effect for chronic pain. Research has continued to show the pain-reliving benefits of several empirically-proven techniques that have brought many relief from debilitating levels of moderate to severe chronic pain.

Are you suffering? Let’s work together with scientifically-proven techniques shown by research and in practice to reduce chronic pain.

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