Help with Pain Management – Chronic Pain

There are two different types of pain – acute (or short-term pain) and chronic (or long-term pain). Acute pain is very useful for telling us that something is wrong, which needs fixing immediately, for example after an accident. Chronic pain, however, is different in that it persists on an on-going basis, regardless of whether something can be done to remedy the injury. It’s essentially redundant!

In this sense, chronic pain can be seen as being harder to treat, with many different approaches employed to help manage chronic pain. These include pharmaceutical drugs, medical procedures, physical exercise such as physiotherapy, osteopathy and chiropractic support and other complementary methods.And of course each approach has it’s advantages and disadvantages.

Hypnotherapy to help with pain management is often a last resort, but it can be very effective, especially when used in combination with some of these other approaches. To read about Hypnotherapy for Chronic Pain click here.


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