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In 2011, the Michigan Resident Survey indicated that less than 10% of individuals had reported that they had accessed a healthcare provider for the treatment of chronic pain, and 15% had sought treatment for acute pain.
There are both pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments to address pain, and both may present challenges to their implementation in corrections.
Physical manifestations of intense pain include
Psychosocial manifestations of intense pain include
Pain is defined as