The pain that won’t go away
Have you felt persistent pain? Has it lingered long after your injury has healed? Then you might be one of the thousands of Australians who is experiencing chronic pain.
It’s a condition that can result in long-lasting physical and psychological repercussions. And what’s worse? There seems to be no obvious cure.
So why does it affect so many of us? And what are some ways to manage it?
Reporter Laura Kewely finds out.
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