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Vanila Singh,MD Oct 17
50 million people with chronic daily pain and 19.6 million with high impact - need to treat folks with an individualized patient-centered approach, non-stigmatizing - -need to understand that “pain”doesn’t describe the multitudes of painful conditions
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MPenn Oct 19
Right you are. Thank you
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CBDInside Oct 16
Can CBD help alleviate Arthritis pain?
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PainfullyDisabled Oct 17
Just had a conversation w/ a relative who suffers w/ who's been denied pain care. She says the reason why ppl are not standing up for their right to adequate care is b/c the Police are making lists of 's that are in pain groups and "Watching" them. WTH?
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NPS MedicineWise Oct 18
Listen (podcast): How do you manage chronic in people with mental health conditions? The second of 4 podcasts is now available, featuring A/Prof Malcolm Hogg, A/Prof Yvonne Bonomo, Dr Ferghal Armstrong and host
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Vanila Singh,MD Oct 19
This makes clear the pendulum swang too far and has hurt too many people - to pain management patient-centered care
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Mindfulness Training Oct 19
“When the pain of being the same becomes greater than the pain of being different, you change.” ~ Deepak Chopra
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Jennifer Horsley 10h
This is not my typical post but it’s an honest post. My pain level is out of control today. I normally have a high tolerance but I’m in tears right now. Btw back, migraine, RA pain...😣😵😭
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Death by Saber Oct 18
Why yes I have as a kid felt the pain of a metal peddle striking my shin........................lol
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Alan J Taylor Oct 18
It is as important to be as critical with what is currently fashionable as it is to decry the unfashionable. The limitations of Pain Neuroscience Education for Adults With Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: A Mixed-Methods SR and Meta-Analysis
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Inge Timmers Oct 17
We know that and interact, but how? In our newest review article, we argue that threat learning is a central mechanism that mediates the relation between stress and . I'm so proud of this collaborative paper -it was quite a beast!
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Vanila Singh,MD Oct 16
Why we need to invest in innovative treatments for as noted in the report to Congress - patient-centered care - one size does not fit all.
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Beth Frates, MD Oct 20
Back pain basics with Dr. Rainville (a dear colleague+friend) who shares his advice after years of helping people manage this uncomfortable condition. "People who get moving-back to the gym, back to cleaning the house-do the best,"
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Shreya P. Trivedi MD Oct 18
“But he/she looks comfortable whenever I am not talking to the patient.” Striking reminder to not discard someone’s bc they are not screaming, crying, grimacing, etc.
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BamIam Oct 20
Replying to @Melissapenney9
No deals.
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Zahara Oct 20
I just walked 18km i can’t
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Nita Ghei PhD JD Oct 19
The primary concern isn’t stigma, but misdiagnosis. Once someone fits you into a box marked SUD, no one is going to run tests to see if it cancer, EDS, endometriosis, trigeminal neuralgia, or something else. You know, as symptom. And bupe is a sucky analgesic.
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Traceinmadrid Oct 18
new 'girl' (term used very loosely) on the block. I've been a paraplegic for 30 yrs due to an RTA, I'm dealing with a lot of sacral but am resisting going on meds, sticking to natural remedies. How big an issue is pain for you and how do you handle it?
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Jillian Marie Oct 17
1/: "I've never seen it this difficult, a situation where it's so difficult, to be a patient. It's never been more difficult. Chronic pts are under assault from hospitals who deny their ; physicians won't prescribe; pharmacies won't fill"
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