Posted Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Pain is the single most common reason for seeking medical care in the United States. And we're not talking about a little boo-boo. Thirty five percent of Americans suffer chronic pain and more than 50 million are disabled by their pain. And up to half of patients say they fail to get adequate pain relief. On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll discuss pain, how it is managed and how some patients are managed by it.
Health, Miscellaneous, Aging/The Elderly, Community/Human Interest
Kutaiba Tabbaa, MD, director, MetroHealth Pain Management Group
Dr. Jeffrey W Janata, LP; PHD, Clinical Psychologist, University hospitals
Annette Keys, musician and songwriter; member, American Pain Foundation
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