In the United States, we can’t escape pain, as reported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), with a large portion of the American population suffering from some form of severe or ongoing pain. While acute causes of pain such as a broken arm or torn ligament are relatively straightforward, chronic pain is complex. From headaches to backaches and arthritis, this form of pain dramatically affects one’s quality of life on a daily basis. What’s more, chronic pain is subjective and different for each person. Therefore, effective treatment requires an intentional approach and combination of therapies that are tailored for each patient. Continue reading.