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Spine-Health Article: 5 hard truths about chronic pain

This blog is from Arthritis-Health, but I believe the topic is so valuable, I am posting it here 5 Hard truths about chronic pain
Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences
You can email me at: [email protected]
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Comments

  • joowee40joowee40 Mississippi Posts: 161

    I absolutely love this!!! I am going to send this to my boss, my husband and who ever else who wants to give me stink eye when I say I am having a bad pain day. I never thought about explaining to anyone that it is so different than acute pain. When I am done with the technical recuperative stages of whatever surgery I just had, everyone thinks oh you got fixed for that "acute" pain so you are good to go and when I am not good to go they think bad things.

  • Thank you for sharing this for all to expand their knowledge and understanding. This will most definitely be shared

    AJ

    AJGormit
    Spine-Health Moderator
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    L5/S1 herniation Apr 2013
    nerve root injections Oct 2013
    L5/S1 discectomy Jan 2014
    L5/S1 nerve roo &, facet joint injections & edpidural Jan 2015
    L5/S1 revised discectomy, L4/L5 discectomy & Wallis Inswing Stabilisation L4/L5 May 1st 2015
    L4-S1 TLIF with decompression June 2017
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  • memerainboltmemerainbolt IndianaPosts: 3,433

    Another very good article Ron. Thank you.
    This is definitely one for future use.

    Sandra
    Spine-Health Moderator
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    Please read my Medical History
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