Everyone feels
pain differently.

Chronic Pain Management

Everyone feels pain differently. When you injure yourself, that acute pain eventually goes away as you heal. With chronic pain, it can last for months or even years and sometimes it’s difficult to identify the actual cause of the pain.

When your pain sensors get turned on and don’t want to turn back off, it can affect your day-to-day life, emotionally, physically and mentally. Chronic pain can affect your mood, your energy level, even your appetite.

Because chronic pain is complex, a comprehensive program that assists in its management would include physiotherapy, exercise, therapeutic counselling to help develop coping mechanisms, dietitian counselling on inflammatory food choices, and options to work with topical cream and/or cannabis specialists.

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