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3 Ways You Can Ease Living With Chronic Pain: PCP For Life

September 15, 2022

Each person is different when it comes to how much, often, inconvenient, or incapacitating their chronic pain is.  With time, a patient is less able to describe where the pain is coming from and how bad it is. Usually, a condition happens after an accident, damage, or medical conditions affect a person’s body. People can … Continue reading “3 Ways You Can Ease Living With Chronic Pain: PCP For Life”

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What To Expect From Chronic, Preventive, And Acute Care

August 30, 2022

What are the differences between chronic, preventive, and acute care? What should you expect from each type of care in both inpatient and outpatient settings when visiting your primary care physician? As a patient, it is important to understand the different types of care you may have to go through when visiting your PCP.  Here’s … Continue reading “What To Expect From Chronic, Preventive, And Acute Care”

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New Habits Can Help with Chronic Care Management

June 22, 2018

According to a recent article on NPR, about one-third of Americans deal with chronic pain, and a large portion of them rely on opioid drugs to manage this pain. However, turning to opioids for chronic care management has not been the ideal solution. It’s estimated that doctors and other health care providers write enough prescriptions … Continue reading “New Habits Can Help with Chronic Care Management”

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Living Life with Dignity with Chronic Care Management

June 13, 2018

How a person is treated by caretakers and others around them has a direct impact on their quality of life. For those under chronic care management living life with dignity is an important factor in the individual’s happiness and wellbeing. The vast majority of us live our lives with autonomy; we make our own decisions … Continue reading “Living Life with Dignity with Chronic Care Management”

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