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Hypnosis for Pain Management

Hypnosis for Pain Management

"Hypnosis is likely to be effective for most people suffering from diverse forms of pain"

Pain Resources within Waterloo Region

Pain Resources within Waterloo Region

The intention of the WRCPI is to fill the gaps that exist between those in chronic pain and the services/treatments that are available to them.

Chronic Pain: The Emotional Impact We Don’t Talk About

Chronic Pain: The Emotional Impact We Don’t Talk About

Understanding the emotional impacts of chronic pain makes a huge difference in how you manage your pain or how you can effectively treat those with chronic pain

Life with pain using body-map storytelling

Life with pain using body-map storytelling

... participants create life-size self-portraits to narrate their healthcare journeys.

How foods and supplements affect your pain

How foods and supplements affect your pain

Did you know that "healthy" foods may be contributing to your pain? Are you sure that supplement you are taking is helping you?

Tapering off or discontinuing the use of opioids

Tapering off or discontinuing the use of opioids

Kirk Foat is a pain patient and recently shared his unusual and interesting story at the University Health Network nurses conference (text is below).

Lambs weren't meant to fly.  Find your local lamb producer.

Lambs weren't meant to fly. Find your local lamb producer.

Ryan and Romy Schill are 4th and 5th generation farmers. Read their story of starting their own family farming business raising lamb.

May 1, 2018 - M.E./CFS documentary "Unrest" at Princess Twin Cinemas in Waterloo

May 1, 2018 - M.E./CFS documentary "Unrest" at Princess Twin Cinemas in Waterloo

Jennifer Brea is struck down by a fever that leaves her bedridden. When doctors tell her “it’s all in her head,” she turns her camera on herself and others ...

Art Exhibit: All About M.E. by Julie van der Laan

Art Exhibit: All About M.E. by Julie van der Laan

... will open your eyes to what you can’t see. Julie’s art is colourful pain on her bare soul after a diagnosis of M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) in 2015.