Chronic Pain Video

Healthcare Appointment Advice From Someone Living With Chronic Pain

It was great to catch up with Lee, who lives with persistent pain, on what people living with pain can do to make their healthcare appointments more meaningful and impactful.

Main takeaway: preparation for your appointment, including specifics around what you would like help with, and writing down any questions you may have, is key for those living with pain to make sure you utilise short-appointment times well.

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