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This site is dedicated to the collaborative exchange of information to further the understanding of chronic pain management. This site advocates for a patient centered philosophy and believes that multimodal therapy is superior to any single modality.

Modalities

Recommended modalities to optimize care include alternative therapies, behavior health, pharmacologic, and physical medicine interventions.

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is pain that persists beyond the usual course of an acute condition or healing of an injury, and which may or may not be associated with an acute or chronic pathologic process that causes continuous or intermittent pain over months or years.

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Anti-Inflammatory

Consumption of inflammatory foods is harmful and that leads to the release of inflammatory chemicals that can cause chronic pain.

Alternative Therapy

Create your care plan to include as many alternative pain reduction modalities as you can for greater diversity and effectiveness.

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Stretching

The focus and long term goal is to be independent with and adopt a home stretching & exercise program as a permanent addition to your lifestyle.

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Our Services

  • Consulting

    Pain management, Clinic procedures and Protocols, Individual Consultations and more...

  • Public Speaking

    Speaking engagements, Speakers Bureau and more...

  • Publications

    Author and guest writer.

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About Chronic Pain USA

headshotJeffrey P. Johnson is a Chiropractor and board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. He has over 20 years experience in the treatment of chronic pain utilizing physical medicine and natural methods. Dr. Johnson is bilingual and was the Spanish Director of the Integrated Pain Management Program in Denver, CO from 1994-1996.Currently Dr. Johnson practices Interventional Pain Management in Colorado. Dr. Johnson blogs at www.ChronicPainUSA.com, and publishes a news page on twitter @ChronicPainUSA.

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