Eric Visser says because pain is so broad, it requires a holistic approach, involving both physical and psychological aspects. Photos: Attila Csaszar

Researchers target evolution of chronic pain responses

WA scientists hope a suite of new developments will advance the treatment of chronic pain conditions, which cost the Australian economy billions every year.


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I solved my pain issues and remain unstiff and flexible by 1. removing inflammatory foods from my diet. 2. learning not to over eat by finding which proteins work best for feeling full and digestion 3. Not eating more protein than I can digest in 24 hours 4. adding nutrients that my body needs for a deficiency that can stop efficient cellular metabolism

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