Developing and implementing prevention strategies that include psychosocial approaches has become critical in the face of the chronic pain epidemic.
"Interdisciplinary approaches should not be viewed as a treatment pathway on which to embark after other interventions have failed; rather, it should be the framework employed from the start of care," said Dr Prasad.
🎥 Psychosocial variables to help predict pain levels in patients with mixed chronic pain conditions and similar demographics and socioeconomic backgrounds.
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