Resources for Living a Pain Free Life: Welcome to Our New, Improved Site

Welcome to the all-new, the online home of Pain Free Living magazine.

Our talented crew of web designers has been working hard on this fresh, updated site. The design is modern and inviting, and we’ve reorganized the content in hopes of making it easier to find. It consists of five sections:

Pain Conditions — We cover more than 25 conditions that cause pain. Choose your condition to start learning strategies for reducing your pain and living a happy, healthy life.

Tools for Chronic Pain — Here you’ll find advice and insight on alternative therapies, emotional health, everyday activities, money matters, pain medication, surgery, and travel.

Food and Exercise — Two ways we can avoid pain is to exercise and eat anti-inflammatory foods. Here you’ll find tips about exercises, articles about food and nutrition, and recipes for delicious, pain-fighting meals.

Resources — Everyone who lives with pain needs support. In this section, we offer pain-advocacy advice, book reviews, definitions of pain-related terms, free downloadable booklets about solving pain, a directory of nonprofit pain organizations, and Jack Rainer’s popular “Pain Q&A” column.

Blog — Here we present news stories, interviews with people who live with pain, and descriptions of the latest issues of Pain-Free Living.

We recognize that visitors to any health website are curious, concerned, or even worried about their health or that of a loved one. Moreover, a visit to a website about pain suggests you may be struggling with a condition that is new to you. Pain comes in forms that can be temporary or lifelong. We tap into the expertise of doctors and health professionals, as well as advocacy groups, nutritionists, and others to present authoritative and timely information I think will help you, whatever your situation.

To continue to hear from us, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Pinterest, sign up for our biweekly e-mail newsletter, or subscribe to Pain-Free Living magazine. And if you have comments about our work, you can reach me at [email protected].

Matt Mendenhall is the editor of Pain-Free Living.

Statements and opinions expressed on this Web site are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the publishers or advertisers. The information provided on this Web site should not be construed as medical instruction. Consult appropriate health-care professionals before taking action based on this information.

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