Monthly Archives: November 2011

CANINE APPROACH TO PAIN CONTROL

A CANINE APPROACH TO PAIN CONTROL For decades I have been a reluctant intimate of pain, and like most people in chronic pain, I’ve pursued the usual; doctors, physical therapists, massage, aroma therapy, meditation, exercise, acupuncture, surgeries, psychotherapy, medicines including, … Continue reading

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The Chrysalis

I became seriously ill with pain a few decades ago when in my late 30s. Like many of you, I had several diseases and conditions, and prior to my diagnosis I had suffered from intermittent intense pain since I was … Continue reading

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American Pain Foundation

APF Provides Resources on Safe Use of CAM Therapies — Help Spread the Word! The American Pain Foundation (APF) expanded its PainSAFE™ (Pain Safety & Access For Everyone) initiative by launching an educational module on the safe use of complementary … Continue reading

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