Communication with your doctor is key. Make the most of your time with the doctor. Asking questions, taking notes and sharing your true feelings are just a few techniques from PainPathways to help improve the relationship with your doctor. Read
More than 100 million Americans live with chronic pain, and advocates are key to educating others about pain-related issues. You can check out Pain Pathways to see its outline for ten ways to advocate. September was National Pain Awareness Month,
When living with chronic pain, it’s important not to push your body too hard past its limits. There can be harmful side effects if you don’t pay attention to what your body is telling you. What can you do to
Chronic Postsurgical Pain is not uncommon. Incisions, pressure, distension can all add up to lingering pain – after an operation that likely took place to alleviate pain! Sometimes referred to as post-laminectomy syndrome, where the surgery takes place on
When a parent has pain, the children know it. But parents should be upfront, and approach their children with information. PainPathways provided interesting and relevant insight into ways that others have done this. We’re happy to share it with you!