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Pain becomes chronic when it continues after the healing time of the injury. This pain can hang on for months or even years and often causes depression in its sufferers. Chronic pain can also occur as the result of an ongoing condition, like fibromyalgia, arthritis, or cancer. Back injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, and migraine headaches are some other examples of conditions that cause chronic pain. Some pain can result from injury to the nerves causing them send false signals to the brain. Today we have a greater understanding of the pathophysiology of pain resulting in better approaches to pain assessment, and advanced interventional strategies for managing patients suffering from chronic pain. Help with chronic pain needs a multidisciplinary approach because pain is a complex phenomenon involving a blend of both the psychological and physiological aspects of a person.
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