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Cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain

Cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain

Individuals living with chronic pain often present with a myriad of complaints and a decrease in quality of life driven, in many cases, by a lack of adaptive coping skills. Frequently, patients apply conventional wisdom, opting to reduce their activity levels and resting as a response to their pain. In doing so, they further reduce their functional capacity and involvement in daily life.
Tuesday, December 4, 2018/Author: Lisa Doyle/Number of views (3195)/Comments (0)/
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