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Using words that describe your pain when talking to your doctor may help you resolve the condition faster. Learn what most MDs want to know.
A study of patients with low back pain finds that those who got physical therapy first needed fewer pricey scans and surgeries and had "significantly lower out-of-pocket costs" for treatment overall.
An expert explains how psychological treatments are among the best tools to reduce such discomfort in kids.
Quick fixes are less likely to help than a combined approach to pain relief.
Specialists are exploring nondrug, noninvasive treatments, some of which have proved highly effective.
Roughly a third of Americans live with chronic pain, and many of them become dependent on opioids prescribed to treat it. But there's a growing consensus among pain specialists that a low-tech approach focused on lifestyle changes can be more effective.
Dr. Kevin Cuccaro, Pain Specialist & Consultant, defines pain and introduces three components of the pain triangle to encourage people to think about pain and pain treatment differently.
Program creator and facilitator, Lianne Dyche, provides an overview of ACT Beyond Pain. The program uses modern pain science and evidence-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to guide students in an understanding of pain, and in developing tools with which to change their respective pain experiences.
ACT Beyond Pain Program participant, Angelic Brower, discusses the life-changing accident she experienced and how this program helped her get beyond the pain and get her life back.