'I have a reputation of being invited to medical conferences just once and never again. That's because I call a spade a spade.': Interview of the author of The Pain Handbook: A non-surgical way to managing back, neck and knee pain, with DNA newspaper.
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The pain you suffer is your problem. Harsh, very harsh, but true. Once you realize that, only then will changes take place in the right direction. Since it’s your problem, you need to take a more proactive role in treating pain and managing it. At times, pain is there to stay. But it’s entirely up to you if you have the desire to suffer as well. Below is an example of die-hard lady who decided not to suffer, even though she had enough pain thrown at her.