If you know of a quality chronic pain resource, please contact me with the relevant information for it’s consideration to be included here.
|Patient Voices Network (PVN)
Your voice counts! The Patient Voices Network is a community of BC patients, families, caregivers, and others who wish to use their experiences for positive change to the health care system.
|Your Voice - BC Pharmacare
It is part of our commitment to give British Columbians a chance to share their perspectives on drug decisions that affect them. Please take a look at the list of drugs that are now under review by the Ministry of Health and notice the medical condition
||medication, drug reviews, drug information sheets, BC Ministry of Health|
The Spoon Theory written byChristine Miserandino. A community for support, education, and inspiration.
my leap from chronic pain darkness
|Imagine A Lifetime
Living With CRPS | Imagine A lifetime living in Pain with CRPS Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Trudy Winder from Victoria, BC shares Her Story
||chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS), reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD)|
|The Pained Life
30 years, and counting, of living with chronic pain: Thoughts on the life, the struggle, the good, the bad, and more.
|BC Ministry of Health
The Chronic Disease/Injury Prevention and Built Environment Branch works to reduce the incidence of preventable chronic disease and injury by addressing risk factors and supporting the creation of health-promoting environments
||chronic disease, injury, prevention|
|The Canadian Pain Society
The CPS is a group of health professionals that supports the treatment of pain as a basic human right and is advocating for a National Pain Strategy.
Your brain is like a muscle - use it or lose it. Exercise your brain - play games, solve puzzles, learn something new once in a while!
|Meditation Relax Club
YouTube channel with a huge selection of music for relaxation and meditation.
||meditation,, relaxation, stress-reduction, music|
|Shannon Warwick, M.A., LMBT, Certified Advanced Rolfer
Rolfing or Structural Integration is an amazing adventure of therapeutic bodywork that invites the body’s myofascial connective tissue to release accumulated restrictions and restore harmony within the field of gravity.
||myofascial, massage, rolfing, structural integration, therapy|
|The Celiac Scene
Guides for the Gluten Free
||celiac disease, gluten free, diet, restaurants, fast food, resources, events|
|BIASL: Brain Injury Association Sarnia-Lambton
Biasl is a non profit charitable organization helping to enhance the lives of people in the Sarnia-Lambton area living with the effects of acquired brain injury (ABI) through education, awareness, support and weekly activities.
|Canadian Celiac Association
Resources for people who need to eat gluten free. The national voice for people who are adversely affected by gluten, and dedicated to improving diagnosis and quality of life.
||celiac disease, gluten free, diet|
|Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability (CIRPD)
The Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability (CIRPD) is a registered charitable organization dedicated to the prevention and reduction of pain, pain-related suffering, and disability.
|Canadian Pain Coalition
The Canadian Pain Coalition is a Partnership of pain consumer groups, health professionals who care for people in pain, and scientists studying better ways of treating pain.
Our interdisciplinary team, led by pain physicians, has developed innovative pain treatments that improve function by addressing the myofascial, nerve and cognitive disturbances of persistent pain not addressed by traditional rehabilitation approaches.
||chronic pain, treatment, research|
|Chronic Pain Association of Canada
We are a grass roots organization that has grown because of a desperate need for relief of chronic pain.
|Chronic Pain Site
Dedicated to providing guidance in the comprehension and management of chronic pain. We believe that the well-informed person has the ability to take charge of their pain rather than having pain take charge of them.
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