7 reasons why being in pain is a pain
I’m now walking the second mile in another man’s moccasins, and it’s no more enjoyable than my first mile.
Many doctors cringe when they see a chronic pain patient on their day’s schedule or at least certain chronic pain patients. Some of that dread isn’t directly caused by the patient but rather the deluge of third-party administrative demands: workman’s compensation updates, disability applications, insurance forms, lawyers’ letters, etc.
Still, even when the …