Certified Professional In Pain Management
Pain is a common problem for many people. Chronic pain can be caused by an injury, illness, or another medical condition and can persist despite treatment. Pain management is the practice of relieving pain in order to improve quality of life and maintain productivity.
Pain management includes preventing pain when possible as well as treating it with medications, other treatments like physical therapy or psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes such as exercise.
This is a subtopic of Pain Management. Pain management means long-term relief for chronic pain. After getting a pain assessment, your doctor can prescribe pain medicine, other pain treatments, or psychotherapy to help with pain relief.
Pain is one of the most common problems people face across the world; it affects nearly 100% of all people at some point in their life and may be caused by an injury, illness, or another medical condition (eMedicineHealth).
Chronic pain refers to persistent discomfort that lasts more than 12 weeks after initial diagnosis (NHS Choices), but not necessarily limited to this time frame—it also describes intermittent episodes that last longer than about three months if they recur regularly.
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