Pain after spinal cord injury is a severe and pervasive problem for almost everyone with SCI. It can interfere significantly with function, independence in everyday living, and participation in life.

Pain Management after Spinal Cord Injury

Meanwhile, the pain is often related to nerve damage from the injury or musculoskeletal problems arising from living with an SCI. Thankfully, by identifying the pain’s cause, various scientific and practical treatments are available to help you manage it. The options include a combination of exercises like NeuroMoves, medication, stress reduction or alternative treatments such as acupuncture.

Undoubtedly, lots of discoveries in pain management are ongoing every day. Many new treatment options will bring us much hope for additional treatment options in the future.

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