Boston PainCare

Calming the Pain / Anxiety / Depression Connection

Many patients have experienced the relationship between chronic pain and mood firsthand. Chronic pain may cause or worsen symptoms of depression and anxiety. Depression and anxiety can also affect your pain, both directly and indirectly through sleep disturbances, loss of appetite, lack of energy, and decreased physical activity.

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  • Learn about the impact thoughts and emotions can have on your pain.
  • Discuss cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and its application to pain management.
  • Practice concrete strategies to tackle pain-related thoughts.
  • Identify how these skills can be used in the management of your pain.

Contact us

  • Main Office:
    (781) 647-PAIN / (781) 647-7246
  • Concord Office: (781) 996-6700
  • Natick Office: (781) 895-7980
  • Fax: (781) 290-0720
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