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Research continues to be done to determine what puts people at risk for chronic pain. Some studies suggest that several injuries during childhood can later lead to an early onset of chronic pain. Figuring out what causes chronic pain is an ongoing endeavor.

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Fibromyalgia was originally thought to be a rheumatological problem, possibly in the arthritis family, because patients primarily complained of painful muscles. Then more recent research seemed to indicate that it was more of a central nervous system problem involving pain amplification.   But what if fibromyalgia is actually caused by a…

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Cort, Health Guide, answered Why do I still have severe knee pains… I would definitely get a second opinion. Get on the Affordable Care Act,…

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Cort, Health Guide, answered When i turn my head to the right i feel… I have no idea what's causing this and I'm not a doctor anyway. I do…

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Christina Lasich, MD, Health Pro, posted Geriatric Pain Management: Common Causes What some consider the “golden years” may not be so golden if…

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Christina Lasich, MD, Health Pro, posted Chronic Low Back Pain caused by Poor… Sometimes you don’t have to look at an MRI study to learn what is…

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