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Chronic Pain from a Car Accident - BC Woman's Program takes a hit

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
Personal Injury Lawyer at McComb Witten Marcoux

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6/12/2014
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Chronic pain following a car accident.

It's one of those conditions that defies a quick fix.

There's no purple pill. No magic bullet. No one size fits all treatment.

So how do you get help if you're suffering from chronic pain  following a car accident?

The Complex Chronic Disease Program at BC Women's Hospital was a step in the right direction.

The theory underlying this program was that people who suffer from chronic pain are best treated in a wholist fashion. Treated by medical practitioners from a variety of different disciplines who understand chronic pain.

Medical practitioners who understand that chronic pain is complex. That it's a condition which requires has both physiological and psychological components which are intertwined. And that individuals who've developed chronic pain following a car accident needs patience, understanding and resources.

You simply can't rush the treatment which someone who's suffering from a chronic pain condition requires.

And that's where the problem seems to be with The Complex Chronic Disease Program at BC Woman's Hospital.

It appears that the administration ( as opposed to the medical practitioners) may not have a good handle on the true nature of chronic pain.

Chronic pain is a complicated condition.

And before you can help someone who suffers from chronic pain you need to have a clear understanding of it.

Jeff Witten

McComb Witten Personal Injury Lawyers

 



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