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The Pain Management Network Website

June 18th, 2014 · 4 Comments

There’s a new, cutting edge website on chronic pain, The Pain Management Network, which is hosted in Australia.  There’s something helpful and interesting for everyone!  Here’s a sampling:

The New Basics of Pain

Pain and Physical Activity

Pain and Sleep

For Youth:  Pain and School

For Healthcare  Providers:  Chronic Pain Management

Please share what you think, in the comments, if you look over the site!  Thanks.


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  • Mary // Jun 19, 2014 at 12:40 am

    What a great site. Thanks for sharing. I love that it is so refreshing to see cutting edge science presented in laymen’s terms. It’s kind of like shopping, you don’t need to know all about the manufacturer to know if you want to buy something, if someone can present information that resonates it should be reason enough to want to give things a try.

  • Maureen // Jun 19, 2014 at 2:47 am

    I have only watched the introduction and the first two videos, but I am very impressed with the site. It provides good information in a clear way, and I particularly like that each episode has it’s own PDF file for you to print out. This makes planning easier, and also remembering! I am looking forward to continuing on with the site and speaking with my doctor about some of the information I am learning. I appreciate you sharing this with us. It will be interesting to see how things translate from one country to another, as far as what type of help and resources are available.

  • WILLIAM OTOOLE // Jun 30, 2014 at 10:23 pm

    In regards to pain I think we all need to be careful.. We need to understand the reason for the pain without trying to treat it… It can help if you have a temporary relief while you wait for the doctor’s appointment or consultant’s appointment. There is usually more to it than just pain.

    Great post.. Thanks for sharing.

    William

  • Liz // Sep 19, 2014 at 9:21 am

    I am in so much pain right now and would not wish this on my worst enemy if that makes any
    sense. Went to a neurologist last week after waiting 6 weeks to get the appointment and was made to feel like I deserved it for being over
    weight and he actually suggested I see a bariatric surgeon who just happens to be on the same floor as his office. Just letting off steam. Anybody else on how to deal with extreme back pain? I have spinal stenosis, spinal spondylolisthesis and ruptured lumbar discs . I’m overweigh

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