If you’ve been dealing with pain for three to six months or more, it is categorized as chronic pain. Some people who deal with chronic pain can end up experiencing a condition called chronic pain syndrome (CPS). CPS involves symptoms above and beyond the pain, including depression and anxiety that can interfere with daily life.
Mitchell S. Weisbrod, Psy.D., PLLC & Associates can help you manage your pain.
People typically experience pain in their back, joints, muscles, bones and neck. It can be caused by psychological factors and can lead to depression and fear. It can also be experienced in combination with anxiety, fatigue, headaches or sleep deprivation. We’ll determine the source of your problem and work toward a solution. Call 517-544-7700 today to embark on the path to a pain-free life.
Changing your habits and improving your sleep schedule can help you cope with chronic pain. There are numerous ways you manage chronic pain, including: