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Chronic Pain and Depression

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Posted 7 years ago
Chronic Pain, Occupational Therapy, Work Hardening, Depression
Category: Education
Description: Chronic musculoskeletal pain often is complicated by depression, which is a natural reaction to struggling with the pain. Dr. Matheson discusses this with Ted White, who successfully returned to work after more than two years of disability due to a severe back injury.
Duration: 4 minutes and 11 seconds
Rating: Unavailable
Definition: SD
Published: August 19, 2009
Uploader: Leonard Matheson


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