Managing the Pain

Stroke survivors often experience pain after their strokes. Whatever the level of pain, it can compromise quality of life for patient and caregiver alike.

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Coping with the Pain

Whatever the level of pain, it compromises quality of life for patients and caregivers.

Central Pain Syndrome

Because healthcare providers are unlikely to see many cases of central pain syndrome, they often dismiss it as a psychiatric problem.

One thing is clear, it’s impossible for someone else to truly comprehend the experience of someone with Central Pain Syndrome (CPS).

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