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Psychosocial pain management is the process of addressing the intricate relationship among physical pain, psychological suffering, and social issues by incorporating psychological and social therapies into pain management procedures. It acknowledges that pain is a multifaceted phenomenon that is influenced by psychological, emotional, cognitive, and social variables in addition to its physical nature. The goal of psychosocial pain treatment is to enhance pain outcomes, functional capacities, and quality of life by addressing psychological and social elements of pain. For those with acute and chronic pain disorders, psychosocial pain treatment incorporates psychological and social interventions into pain management techniques to address the multifaceted nature of pain and enhance pain outcomes, functional skills, and quality of life.

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Pain Education and Psychoeducation
  • Health Psychology Interventions
  • Interdisciplinary Pain Care