Relief for chronic pain sufferers

Kelowna to host six-part series of workshops starting Oct. 17 for those living with chronic pain in their lives.

  • Sep. 29, 2016 9:00 a.m.

Living with chronic pain is the focus of six-part series of workshops in Kelowna beginning Oct. 17

A free six-session workshop is being offered for those who are living with chronic pain.

The workshops take place every Monday, starting Oct. 17 until Nov. 21, 9:30 a.m. to noon, at the Glenmeadows residential development, 615 Glenmeadows Rd., in Glenmore.

The Chronic Pain Self-Management Program helps people living with chronic pain and their caregivers to better manage symptoms and activities of daily life. Participants receive the “Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Pain” companion book and the “Moving Easy” CD.

To register, call 1-866-902-37678. To get the full benefit from the program, it is recommended that participants attend all six workshops.

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