Chronic Pain Can Lead to Depression

Chronic Pain Can Lead to Depression

Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 24-May-2017

Chronic pain is defined as a pain lasting more than 6 months. It has a mild intensity to agonizing or unbearable pain, can be constant or intermittent and can be bearable as disabling. Symptoms include burning, feeling of electric currents, tightness, stiffness and other discomfort that combine with feelings of discomfort and often affect the mood until leading to depression.

The causes of these pains can be varied, but a very common are auto accidents. Many people do not receive any medical or recovery treatment after an accident.

When accidents are severe and there is evidence of car damage or there are serious injuries that need to be taken care of, in most cases, people receive care, but when accidents are apparently milder people continue with their "normal" . Over time, these injuries that were left unattended begin to wreak havoc on the body.

One of the consequences that most affects people suffering from chronic pain is that their mood is affected and even end up in depression. Imagine battling with a pain that never goes away!

At Cobb Pain and Rehab, Dr. Anthony Bartolo has accompanied and treated patients in the Atlanta area since 1999. Among his areas of expertise are traffic accidents. In addition, he and his team know the procedures in legal cases for auto accidents and are in constant communication with the lawyers in charge of such cases.

If you or someone you know has had a car accident in the Atlanta area, call us and we will evaluate your case.

You pay nothing until your case is resolved.

CALL NOW 770-988-0033

We are experts in traumas caused by auto accidents and injuries at work

First visit with examination , therapy and two X-rays for only $ 99 * Promotion valid for patients who pay cash. CALL NOW 770-988-0033. We serve 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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