Pain is not just in your back, your knee, or in any body part.
Pain is comprised of biological, psychological and social factors. It is biopyschosocial. And it involves the brain 100% of the time.
The biopsychosocial model of pain stresses a holistic look at the experience of chronic pain. It not only looks at the biological factors (injury, tissue damage, etc.) but also how our emotional well-being and our social situation influence how we’re affected by chronic pain.
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Chronic Pain Champions is an information resource/blog/support group to help people living with nonmalignant pain, their families and friends, as well as healthcare professionals. Learn more about this site and the author.
Chronic Pain Champions