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Old 20-03-2012, 03:14 AM   #1
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Default I need help with multidisciplinary approach to chronic pain

I was searching pubmed but I can't find such a good stuff about "Multidisciplinary approach to persistent/chronic pain" with emphasis in the different role that every health professional plays.
Do you have any authors or references that I can search for? Thanks!
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The best source will likely be in nursing literature or psychology or OT literature, Nico. (PT literature seems a bit devoid so far..)
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Hi nico,

I tried using Google to look at what pain clinics are doing and found quite a few with detailed descriptions of each professional's role. You could try that. Reference-wise, I also found references and authors in very short supply.

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