Pain Disorder and Management

Pain disorder is in which patients suffer from extreme or chronic pain in one or more parts of the body. It is believed to be caused by psychological stress. Pain disorder is also classified as a mental disorder as a psychological factor plays important role maintenance, severity, and worsening of pain. Sometimes the pain is so severe it often refrains patients form proper functioning.

Pain disorder symptoms include hopelessness, despair feeling from intuition, sleep disturbance, fatigue, worsening of social and personal relationships, depression, anxiety, and disability. There are several causes of pain: trauma, abuse, emotions, psychodynamic theory, social causes, and communication. The behavior during pain put the psychological aspect of pain in the spotlight.

Pain disorders treatment or pain management involves sleep therapy, psychotherapy, and medication. Pain management center runs a pain control program, which is a multifaceted program using the blend of behavior, cognitive, group therapies to treat patients without conventional medical procedures.


  • Pain management programs
  • Sleep therapy
  • Psychotherapy
  • Psychogenic Pain Disorder
  • Chronic Pain Syndrome

Market Analysis: An overwhelming majority of the world's population (85%) has suffered both head and body pain at some point in their lives, prohibiting people from fully living their lives, hurting their ability to parent, and negatively damaging their careers and social lives. In 2019, the global chronic pain treatment market was worth $77.8 billion, and it is predicted to increase at a 6.5 percent CAGR from 2020 to 2030. Because of increased government support for chronic pain treatment, the growing senior population, and the rising prevalence of chronic health disorders, the chronic pain treatment sector is booming. 

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