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An evolving approach to managing non-acute pain that is being met with increasing success across the country begins with recognition of a fundamental truth: non-acute pain is frequently best treated through precise diagnosis as well as using pain management models of care.
In the practice of modern pain medicine, non-acute pain is sometimes being viewed as a disease in and of itself, similar to diabetes and cardiovascular disease, where an ultimate “cure” is not the goal of the treatment strategy. This approach to pain management has evolved based on the increasing need, consistent with other medical specialties, to effectively and efficiently diagnose and treat pain symptoms over a “continuum of care” in order maximize the functionality and quality of life for patients.
Types of Pain We Treat: Pain Locations