Boston PainCare

Quit Smoking to Improve Pain

Many of the health consequences of smoking are well-known (including lung cancer, heart disease, and COPD), but did you know that cigarette smokers are almost three times more likely to suffer from a chronic pain condition than non-smokers? 

quit smoking In this workshop:

  • Review the ways that smoking can impact pain.
  • Discuss the potential benefits of quitting smoking.
  • Explore some strategies for how to successfully quit. 

Whether you're a former smoker, you’re thinking about quitting, or you're not even considering quitting right now, all patients are welcome to this workshop and may benefit from attending.

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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