Conference urges clinicians to improve interdisciplinary pain care

06/4/2014 | Independent Record (Helena, Mont.)

The Montana Pain Initiative conference brought together practitioners who deal with pain issues and encouraged them to create contacts that will lead to better interdisciplinary patient care. While the conference's theme was neuroplasticity, Nora Stern of the Providence Persistent Pain project in Oregon talked about the importance of educating pain patients. "When patients understand pain, they actually have less reported pain," she said.

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