Chronic pain has many different causes, ranging from injuries to lifelong conditions like arthritis. It can be mild or severe, it may come and go or be continuous, but the pain will last for months or even years. Identifying and if possible treating the underlying cause is important, but managing the pain and minimising its effects on your ability to function normally is also essential.
The impact of chronic pain can be severe and it can extend far beyond the physical effects. As well as restricting your physical activity and mobility, it can leave you feeling depressed and worried. It can affect your ability to complete everyday activities and it can put a strain on your relationships with friends and family.
Managing chronic pain requires a holistic approach that tackles all of these effects on your wellbeing and function. It might require a combination of medication, complementary therapies, psychotherapy physiotherapy and interventional pain management.
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