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The Doctor Is The Patient -Acute vs. Chronic Pain. Week Kind of 1. Thoughts, And Where We're At
"Take a few days off"... . Doesn't quite work that way. So I'm into week two, and I talk a little bit about processes of acute pain at this stage, and how we get through the day. Acute pain rarely becomes chronic pain, and that's what we're going to be thinking about here. However, acute pain happens chronically and chronic pain happens acutely. What do I mean by that? Take a listen... .
Acute Pain vs. Chronic Pain. When the Doctor is Now the Patient Ouch!
There are two types of pain, acute pain, and chronic pain- in the broad sense. We can break them down, but there is acute pain, and chronic pain that finds us with our story today. Acute pain happens chronically, and chronic pain happens acutely. We are going to walk through both of these processes, and I will chronicle them real-time. Question. Who is the worst patient? Answer. A physician. Who is the second worst patient. A physician. Well, here we are, a day-to-day portrayal of a traumatic fracture to yours truly, at the proximal head of the humerus, and the adventures that lay ahead. Probably “adventure” is a horrible word, as I’m sure we shall see. I'm going to let you know how we do as a family. That's of course my immediate family, my patient family, dear employees, and those that are affected around the very active individual whom has great difficulty pondering " doc,take it easy"(me). I have responsibilities, to my patients and the community, so I'm going to figure this out. Physician heal thyself. Actually, it takes a team. I am going to be compliant and follow my doctor's orders. We’ll talk it up as we go through the next few weeks, and I'm sure it will be interesting…..
Is It Anxiety, Or A Panic Attack?
Well. there is a difference. This is one of the most common questions, and problems in the clinic. Let's talk about it.
A must listen to in pain management
These podcasts are not what you think. Yes they are about pain management. Yes you will learn a ton. However Dr. Hansen has a unique way of presenting the information. He has fun interviews with guests and a great personality that makes his podcast not only informative but also fun to listen to and quite funny sometimes. The information is excellent if your goal is to increase your knowledge in the field of pain management. You will learn things here you will not learn anywhere else.
Dr. Hansen offers insightful thoughts on pain. Not at all dry. Quite engaging. Sounds like the Dr. Drew of pain, but with legit credentials.
Fantastic content and perspective
The information discussed is very timely and a common sense and true medical evidence approach.