Chronic pain

Join us for Part 2 of the 6 part series talking about chronic pain in our lives and what we can do to manage it. Staying active during flare-ups will help keep you on the path to healing your chronic pain. While it seems that staying active when you are experiencing pain is going to somehow increase your pain, research shows that simple movements, and exercise can aid in the recovery process. Chronic pain is something many people experience everyday and learning different ways that we can help manage that pain is valuable information.

There are many different types of pain and we explore how some of that pain effects the body as well as what we have learned about managing it. Pain can come from many sources. There are some ways in which we can influence our bodies to help combat the lasting effects pain has on our physical and mental well being. In “Explain the Pain” Part Two: Staying Active During Flare-Ups, Dr. Michael Harris joins us for a brief discussion about staying active during times of pain in a safe, controlled way, can help our recovery.


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