Cognitive behavioural therapy in chronic pain

Behaviour patterns (also in the form of thoughts and expectations) have a major impact on processing pain. With cognitive behavioural therapy, these very behaviour patterns, which often occur automatically and partly unconsciously, can be changed gradually.

By recognising the individual parameters that exacerbate pain and above all, by applying these findings to everyday life, patients are able to positively influence their pain.
 
 

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