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Dr. Edward Zelman started PainPathways to help people with chronic pain live a healthier life. The blog provides accurate information on pain management and empowers individuals to define their own path to wellness. It fosters community and collaboration among its readers and partners, making it a valuable resource for anyone seeking support and guidance.


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Last summer we suggested that flip flops may not be the best choice of summer footwear in an online article. This year, sports medicine doctor, Dr. Joseph Tauro offers many reasons to forget about these popular summer sandals and provides some good advice…


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The Power of Advocacy

The Power of Advocacy

PainPathways MagazineJun 25, 20144 min read

It’s been said that there’s strength in numbers—and in order to create change in the pain community, strength could not be more important. Every voice makes the message a little…


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PainPathways MagazineJun 24, 20145 min read

Jeff Gordon was five years old when he first got behind the steering wheel, racing on the Cracker Jack Track in Rio Linda, California. Within a year, the six-year old…


Bob Greene

PainPathways MagazineJun 23, 201411 min read

It might sound like a surprisingly simple approach, but when asked about effective treatments for chronic pain and disease, fitness trainer Bob Greene has a short, to-the-point answer: “Moving” Moving…