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.
Research has suggested there's a strong link between anxiety disorders, depression, and chronic headaches.
After 13 years of debilitating back pain, I am living proof that The Pain Project method for chronic pain really works. I've never felt better.-Steve - Washington,DC
I suffered from recurrent, severe headaches ever since law school. My Pain Project therapist helped get me back in control of my headaches and most importantly my life.-Melissa - Philadelphia, PA
After a sports injury, I had back surgery which did not help me and in some ways made me worse. The Pain Project was the only thing that cured my back pain.-Blake - Neward, New Jersey
I was actually scheduled and pre-oped for surgery when a friend referred me to The Pain Project. After my first session I quickly improved and subsequently cancelled my surgery and it was the best decision I have ever made.-Tanya - Miami, Fla.
I had horrific neck and shoulder pain for years and had tried pills and steroid injections several times without relief. After my Pain Project therapist helped me change how I thought about my pain and overcome my fear, I improved immensely. Now I can definitely manage my own pain, my way.-Mark - Portland, OR
I used to wake up every day wondering, "How much knee pain will I have today?" The Pain Project tele-therapy allowed me to unlearn my chronic knee pain from the convenience of my home. If you have long term pain, I highly recommend you try The Pain Project before any other unproven treatments or procedures.-Jordan - Phoenix, AZ