Pain Management

Easing Chronic Pancreatitis Pain | Johns Hopkins Pancreatitis Pain Program

  In this Mission: Cure patient education webinar, Dr. Speed and Dr. Treisman discuss the Johns Hopkins Pancreatitis Pain Program. Pain is a difficult and often avoided topic. However, pain plays a central role in the lives of chronic pancreatitis patients and their caregivers. It is therefore important to understand the causes, impact and treatment …

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New Collaboration with Johns Hopkins to Treat Pancreatitis Pain

Mission: Cure has provided initial funding to Johns Hopkins Medicine to launch the new Pancreatitis Pain Research Center. Mission: Cure will work with Johns Hopkins to establish the Pancreatitis Pain Research Program. Visit Program Website The Goals for the Pancreatitis Pain Program are: To study and treat specific types of pain associated with chronic pancreatitis …

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Guided Meditation for Pain Relief

Dr. Christiane Wolf leads a 10-minute guided meditation for pain and discomfort. Meditation can be a powerful tool to manage pain associated with chronic illnesses like pancreatitis. Dr. Christiane Wolf is a physician turned mindfulness and compassion teacher and teacher trainer. She is an authorized Buddhist teacher in the Insight (Vipassana) meditation tradition, teaching classes …

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This is What Experts Say About Neuropathic Pain in Chronic Pancreatitis [2022 Blog Post]

Many patients with chronic pancreatitis experience neuropathic pain–a type of pain that happens when your nervous system is not working correctly. The good news is that this type of pain is treatable. You will learn about treating neuropathic pain and different types of pain in this blog post. This blog post written by Dr. Jay …

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Medical Cannabis for Pancreatitis

Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pancreatitis In this video guide, Dr. Tim Gardner explains medical cannabis and how pancreatitis patients can benefit from it. Dr. Gardner is a gastroenterologist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire. DISCLAIMER: The information on this video is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis …

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Webinar: Meditation for Chronic Pancreatitis Pain

https://youtu.be/PyWNUGWtqtg Meditation for Chronic Pancreatitis Pain Pancreatitis pain is the main symptom of chronic pancreatitis. Although meditation is no cure, it can help with pain management and, in some cases, lead to pain relief. Eric Golden, co-founder of Mission: Cure and pancreatitis warrior, uses meditation, along with medications, to help deal with his pain. In …

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Webinar: Pancreatitis Pain: A Medical Approach with a Patient Focus

 If you or a loved one suffer from chronic pain from pancreatitis, you won’t want to miss the second in Mission: Cure’s series on managing chronic pancreatitis pain. The first webinar in this series discussed a psychological approach called pain self-management. In this webinar, Dr. Steven Freedman discussed a range of medications and medical …

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Webinar: Pancreatitis and Chronic Pain: How Can I Manage?

On this Mission: Cure webinar, Dr. Tonya Palermo discusses pain self-management techniques   If you or a family member have chronic pain from pancreatitis, Mission: Cure’s webinar with Dr. Tonya Palermo will be helpful as it explores the impact of chronic pain on children, adults and families dealing with pancreatitis. “Chronic Pain and Pancreatitis” was …

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