Complex Problems of Pain as Seen in Headache, Painful Phantom, and Other States


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When evaluating and treating patients with a complicated pain problem, one cannot understand the meaning of persistent, painful complaining unless one considers the meaning of the symptom and its origin in prolonged learned experiences in the patients’ family, culture and daily life. One should investigate their personality structures and those emotional stresses to which they are abnormally reactive. (53 pp.)

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