Chronic pain in the pediatric and adolescent population is becoming increasingly prevalent.
Dr. Danielle Ofri, an associate professor of medicine at NYU, shares her stories as a primary care physician and writer who has been analyzing the healing power of connecting with patients.
For the millions of people who suffer with persistent pain that alters their ability to work and enjoy life, the pain, treatment failures, and loss of hope result in a destructive cycle.
If you live in the US and have chronic back pain, you have plenty of company.
Eight out of 10 Americans experience low back pain or neck at some point in their lives.