Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Pain. Matthew Bailly, Ph.D., C.Psych. Department of Clinical Health Psychology University of Manitoba School of Medicine. Acute Pain. Characterized by intense, temporary noxious sensations and is related to tissue damage
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Matthew Bailly, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Department of Clinical Health Psychology
University of Manitoba School of Medicine
An unpleasant sensory or emotional experience resulting from actual or potential tissue damage lasting beyond the usual course of the acute disease or expected time of healing
Health care use
Mood and anxiety disturbance
Increased responsibility for family members
Health care provider frustration
Increased health care costs
Increased social service costs
Reduced work productivityConsequences for the Individual and Others