News just in from our client, Pain Care Specialists of Florida about Why Do We Feel Pain? The Physiology and Psychology of Pain

A throbbing headache, a pulled muscle on the shoulders, an accidental hand burn, an upset stomach -- these deliver pain responses that help the brain communicate a threat or danger. You'd be wrong to think that life is much better without these pain responses. Feeling the pain is important to protect you from further hurting yourself.

The Physiology of Pain

According to Aventura pain management experts, the brain is wired to send a signal or stimulus through these pain responses. This automatic response is part of what the experts call the pain process.

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