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This study aims at determining the efficacy of exercise in chronic pain management over the other treatment options. To achieve this objective, 15 studies that address the selected problem were reviewed. The majority of the studies revealed that exercising, when compared to other chronic pain management approaches, is more efficient, mostly in the long run. Most medical therapies work in the short term, but chronic pain reemerges long afterward. Where a person fails to exercise, there is a high chance that he/she will experience disability. Findings suggest that the integration of medical and exercise therapies can bear more results.
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Author(s): Ebrahim Haghighizadeh
Chronic pain, exercise, treatment, chronic pain