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Managing Chronic Pain

Updated: Mar 23

Managing chronic pain can be daunting. Pain is a multifactorial experience, which is why including the role of the brain and conditioning of the nervous system is important to engage healing. In the past, treatment plans tended to focus on treating symptoms with medication, injections, and physiotherapy leaving “missing pieces”.

Today there are a wide range of science-backed techniques to reduce symptoms that compliment traditional treatment plans including apps to practice cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, somatic tracking, graded motor imagery, guided meditations, and pain reduction visualizations.


To learn more about chronic pain management, consider reviewing:


https://www.paincanada.ca/

https://uspainfoundation.org/blog/10-best-apps-for-people-with-chronic-pain/

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/corporate/about-health-canada/public-engagement/external-advisory-bodies/canadian-pain-task-force/report-2021.html

https://chronicpaincanada.com/

https://www.canadianpainsociety.ca/

https://www.cadth.ca/chronicpain


SLSPC is here to assist you with managing your injuries and rehabilitation. Call 416-644-3999 or info@slspc.ca for a free and confidential consultation.


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