Friday, October 12, 2007

Pain.com - not only informative but also offers real help for pain sufferers.

Pain.com is not your usual pain support web site. It provides information for sufferers and pain therapists alike, including modules for study and accreditation. These are accessible by all. You don't need to be a therapist to view the content on the site. You don't need to be a member. There are links to articles on pain management, sections on breakthrough pain and musculoskeletal pain and news items.

There is a search section for pain specialists and pain clinics from all over the world. A check on Australian Pain Clinics was comprehensive. For this alone it is worth visiting the site.

Another feature of the site is the "Ask the Pain Doctor" section. In this section "practicing pain management physicians provide personal responses to your pain related inquiries. The "Ask the Pain Doctor" service is for information only. You can search the archive of questions under topics. This is a fantastic service given by this site.

I encourage you to click on the links at the top of the pain.com website. You can sign up for their newsletter under the "consumers" link.

Here's the link for this fabulous site. http://www.pain.com/

There's also a link to the left of this blog under "crps/rsd related articles".

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing this resource. I always know when I visit your blog, I'm going to learn something new and helpful.
Cheers.

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