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Chronic pain can be caused by a variety of factors such as injuries, muscle and spinal pain, headaches and migraines, stress and anxiety, and neurological disorders such as fibromyalgia and arthritis. While group members are a great source of support, formal group therapy sessions go above and beyond the benefits of informal self-help and support groups. Group therapy sessions are led by one or more psychologists with specialised training who teach group members tried-and-true problem-solving strategies. If you participate in a chronic pain resolution group, for example, your psychologist will describe scientifically proven methods for controlling and managing your pain in proven ways and experiences of others on the same. That professional advice can assist you in making the most of your group therapy experience. Cadabams professionals are readily available to assist you in the journey of recovery using group therapy for chronic pain in Bangalore.
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What do chronic pain support groups entail?

Chronic pain support groups can meet in person, online, or by phone to provide emotional support, friendship, and possibly education about pain conditions, treatment, and management strategies.

Is it a good idea for me to join a chronic pain support group?

To determine whether a chronic pain support group is right for you, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you feel lonely as a result of your chronic pain?
  • Do you require additional emotional support?
  • Do you have the impression that no one in your life understands what you’re going through?
  • Do you think so?