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Chronic Pain and Mental Health with Dr. Wesley Buch PhD

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Mental health and chronic pain are fundamentally connected. People living with mental illness are at higher risk of experiencing a wide range of chronic physical conditions. Conversely, people living with chronic pain experience depression and anxiety at twice the rate of the general population. The interplay of these mental and physical conditions can greatly diminish quality of life, prolong illness and worsen health outcomes.

To  help us better understand the relationship between mental health and chronic we'll be speaking today to Dr Wesley Buch. Dr Buch a registered psychologist who practices in the area of health and rehabilitation psychology.

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