So far nobody has found my blog post and I really haven’t shared it with anyone yet, but hoping the keywords will bring visitors sooner than later.
Chronic Pain is a Pain in the (fill in the blank on the title) or fill in YOUR Chronic Pain area! It’s in your lower back, upper back, travels down your legs, is in your legs, your feet, your hands, shoulders, neck, head…you name it and most people will share the same pain you do.
So, what do you do about your Chronic Pain? We mentioned chiropractors, pain medicines, and therapy. But I have another option for you. There is a pain organization that helps almost every type of pain a person may have. It’s the U.S. Pain Foundation. If you go to the site (http://www.IntheFaceofPain.com) you will find a ton of information, resources, and help with your pain.
Write your story for them and they will send you information to help you in the form of resources, options for pain relief, and many more interesting and informative pamphlets for you, the pain sufferer. You’ll also receive a “Pain Warrior” bracelet to wear and let people know you are a Chronic Pain sufferer. Who knows, it may catch the attention of a fellow pain sufferer and you can share this information with them.
And if for some reason, you are not able to get on the computer to check out the website, but have a question, comment to me (below this post) and I will look up the answer for you. I joined the Advocacy Group for US Pain to help others with Chronic Pain find ways to deal with their pain every day. It would be my pleasure to help you or guide you to the right person for help.
It isn’t necessary to live with Chronic Pain all by yourself. You have people, support groups, and me, who will help you find a doctor for coping with pain. Plus I’ve thought of starting a Chronic Pain group to meet once a week or once a month so we can get to know each other and share our stories about pain and how we cope with it. You never know what other pain sufferers share that you will benefit from!
Those meetings will begin when it stays lighter in the evenings. I’m not crazy about driving in the dark and some of you may feel the same way. But keep a look out on my blog page for the date of the first meeting, place, and time. We may have several meetings in different locations so you wont’ have to drive so far.
I didn’t get to write my blog yesterday, but I hope you will check it out today. We are beginning a journey with fellow pain sufferers to stamp pain out and learn to live with it.
Until tomorrow, thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a “dry” day in the flood of water pouring down out there!