Latest by Celeste Cooper, RN
In this installment of Chronic Pain and Travel, we explore how to make and execute a specific plan to meet your individual travel challenges.
Learn to recognize “hazard signs” for travel planning and beyond with chronic illness, including anxiety, delays, and other factors.
How words women use to describe pain impact treatment.
Is there a gender bias in treatment of women in pain?
If you live with chronic pain, learn how alternative and complementary medicines could help ease your pain.
Learn what research shows about how men and women experience pain, the types of chronic pain most common for women, and how treatment options may vary.
Think you know fact from fiction in chronic pain? Read this slideshow to see.
If you are a person living with chronic pain, like me, you have probably been examined, evaluated, and diagnosed by a doctor that practices Western medicine referred to as conventional (traditional) or mainstream.
Learn about the traditional and alternative treatment options that can help with chronic pain, and how different approaches can work together.