Understanding chronic pain (Sep 2017)
Most people think of pain as a result of an injury or a disease, but pain can occur with or without either. Pain usually resolves before tissues have fully healed, but for some people pain persists even after tissues have healed - it’s called chronic or persistent pain.
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