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Chronic pain is persistent and carries on for an extended period, usually longer than 12 weeks, even when on medications. It can affect any part of the body, and the pain may come and go or remain consistent. Generally, chronic pain can stem from an old injury, trauma, or surgery. However, chronic pain can also affect people with different medical conditions due to inflammation or dysfunctional nerves.
- According to the Cleveland Clinic nearly 25% of adults in the US experience chronic pain. Management of the pain should be sought out, as studies show chronic pain can lead to anxiety and depression.
Chronic pain symptoms usually include aching, burning/stinging, shooting pain, pressure, stiffness, and throbbing sensations. These symptoms can lead to anxiety, depression, mood changes, fatigue, and trouble sleeping at night.
“We don’t treat your symptoms, we build your health.” ~ Dr. David Martino D.C.