Chronic Pain and Alternative Treatments

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For decades, Mary Sienkiewicz, now 42, could barely get out of bed in the morning because of the severe treating pain because, like Sienkiewicz, they find it’s not always effective.

In a 2004 survey, conducted on behalf of the American sleep a few nights a week or more.

The bottom line is that “chronic pain should not be a passive disease,” Sitzman says. “You have to fight it and find what works for you.”

Just like Mary Sienkiewicz did. “The clinic gave me a toolbox. It taught me how to accept this disease, and how I can learn to live and work with it,” she says.