Chronic Pain

About


The 2017 Canadian Guideline for Opioids for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain, developed by the Michael G. DeGroote National Pain Centre at McMaster University, will assist health care providers in making practice decisions about the safe and effective use of opioids for chronic non-cancer pain management.

Resources


About Pain for children

Category : Patient / Introduction

About Pain for children

Category : Patient / Where can I get help

Chronic Non-Cancer Pain

Category : Patient / Introduction

Chronic pain and disability

Category : Patient / What can I do

Conquering Pain for Canadians Booklet

Category : Patient / What can I do

For those in chronic pain

Category : Patient / Where can I get help

Help Centre

Category : Patient / Where can I get help

Pain

Category : Patient / Introduction

Pain Resource Centre

Category : Patient / Where can I get help

Physiotherapy can help with short and long-term pain

Category : Patient / Where can I get help

Tennis Elbow

Category : Patient / What can I do

What is Chronic Pain?

Category : Patient / Introduction

Documents


Chronic Pain Among Seniors

Category : Patient / Introduction
It is guidance on psychological treatments for pain (particularly in seniors)

Pain BC Toolbox

Category : Patient / Introduction

Pain in Children with Cognitive Impairments who are Nonverbal

Category : Patient / Where can I get help

Videos


Conquering Your Pain Video: Where To Start

Category: Patient / Videos & Tools supporting change / Introduction

Low Back Pain

Category: Patient / Practitioner / Videos & Tools supporting change / What can I do