Chronic pain is not a diagnosis; rather is a syndrome.
Pain that continues for more than 3 months is called chronic pain. During the onset of pain, additional problems may arise independent of the diagnosis we make and depending on the history and characteristics of the patient, and chronic pain syndrome features can be seen:
The reasons for these developments are as follows and are not of psychological origin:
Chronic pain treatment requires a knowledgeable and experienced team. Treatment of chronic pain begins with knowing this first. It is necessary to start work after saving the patient from unnecessary examination and treatment attempts. After starting the correct diagnosis and treatment based on evidence, it is necessary to convince the patient that he will recover.
Physical therapy agents, manual techniques, exercise, drugs with proven efficacy in chronic bee and gradual return to active life with the treatment of the person's pain are the tools we use in the treatment process.