A recap from an article from the Army Pain Management Task Force:
In June 2011, senior military medical leadership met with The Bravewell Collaborative and renowned scientists and physicians at the Pentagon to discuss improving pain management for warriors and veterans through the use of integrative medicine.
The 2009 Army Pain Management Task Force report called for building best practices for the continuum of acute and chronic care based on a “holistic, multidisciplinary, integrative approach to care.”
“We have an extraordinary generation in the military right now,” Schoomaker noted. “Today’s wounded warriors do not want to be defined by their injuries.” They want to live fully and in some cases, they want to return to active duty.
It is estimated that millions of our nation’s warriors and veterans live with chronic pain and research shows that pain reduces quality of life, work and relationships.
Integrative strategies, have been shown in clinical research to reduce pain scores by as much as fifty percent.
The practices employed by Custom Calm are backed by clinical research. The integrative approach brings help and hope to those suffering from stress, pain and illness. In addition to directly helping the symptoms of pain, the techniques teach how to change their relationship to the pain, stress or illness.
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