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Chronic pain is comprised of many factors, some of which may be behavioral in nature (e.g. what we think, feel, and do). Stress is perhaps one of the most common behavioral factors that interacts with physical factors in the experience of pain. When a person is stressed, the reaction is physical, mental, emotional as well as behavioral. Furthermore, the experience of pain itself is stressful so every chronic pain patient experiences stress to some degree.

The ANSC Integrative Behavioral Pain program works together with you and your neurologists to foster the highest level of well-being possible for anyone living with pain. Our goal is to help you feel better, by partnering with you as you learn to live as fully as you can.

How can Integrative Behavioral Pain Management help?

Using natural therapies and methods with your medicines to help your pain may help you feel more in control of your life. This sense of control may help you suffer less, find hope, and heal faster. We also offer Living with Pain Group Classes and Wellness Classes.

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