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How do we beat it? Control tension, & manage negative emotions. It’s easier than you think!
http://amzn.to/2d56OY3
http://bit.ly/1NZsnUl
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Check out our iPain Featurettes 2016-2017 - in print format... videos will be released through December 2017.
International Pain Foundation (iPain) recognizes the value of every person who makes up the chronic pain community. We are guided by our commitment to excellence, leadership and patient empowerment.
The iPain Featurette program is part of the Music Moves Awareness project and includes video testimonial of patient stories, showcasing a variety of disease conditions involving chronic pain. For a look at these amazing patient featurette videos visit the iPain YouTube page. Between August 2016 – December 2017 new videos will be released.

http://magazine.internationalpain.org/books/rgiz/

‪#‎ipain‬ ‪#‎ipainPOP‬ ‪#‎MusicMovesAwareness‬ ‪#‎iPainFeaturettes‬ ‪#‎HopeisTrue‬ ‪#‎pain‬ ‪#‎chronicpain‬
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Pain is our bodies warning sign. To those that have ever been told by a doctor, "There's nothing wrong with you" continue to push forward. I am proof (along with many others) that there can be a problem the entire time.
http://thehalodiaries2016.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-pleasant-surprise.html 

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Is Group Acupuncture Effective for Chronic Pain?
New study showed that 30.3% of participants in group acupuncture experienced a 30% or greater improvement in pain: http://pain-practitioner.aapainmanage.org/doc/american-academy-of-pain-management/65947_thepainpractitioner_july1/2016071101/#36

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The more “tools” they have at their disposal to help them manage the pain, the better. Different things appeal to and work for everyone, so the key is to knowing what options are available, and then finding the ones that work for each person.

What we are learning through repeated studies is that those who have resilient personalities tend to be more successful with their chronic pain management.

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The National Pain Strategy Has Been Released!

The National Pain Strategy, the federal government’s first coordinated plan for reducing the burden of chronic pain that affects millions of Americans, has been released by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

We interviewed Christin Veasley, Co-Founder of the Chronic Pain Research Alliance, to explore what the National Pain Strategy is all about. Watch and learn now: http://blog.aapainmanage.org/overview-national-pain-strategy/

#NationalPainStrategy

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iPain WEBINAR: Effective Strategies for Chronic Pain Management: Stem Cell Therapy Technologies with Dr. Elliot Lander on February 22, 2016 6pm EASTERN - 3pm PACIFIC Register - https://form.jotform.com/powerofpain/stem-cell-webinar-registration #iPain
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