30-Second Blog “Snapshot:”
- Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill discovered one in four seniors who’ve been in a car crash are at an increased risk of developing chronic pain afterward.
- The new study also suggests individuals who suffer head, neck, jaw, lower back or leg injuries are more likely to have persistent pain.
- The leaders in Utah pain management at Southwest Spine and Pain Center discuss the results of the study, and what can be done for seniors suffering from chronic pain after a car accident or injury.
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