At Chronic Pain India, it has been our constant endeavour to bring forth stories of Pain Warriors and spread awareness about living with pain. This Pain Awareness Month, we launched our YouTube Channel as a step further towards our goal.
At Chronic Pain India, it has been our constant endeavour to not only bring pain warriors together, but to also share their voices to motivate, inspire and most importantly to help us understand the struggles of battling with an invisible illness daily. Today, we have Mr. Muralidharan with us, who is the secretary of National… Continue reading In conversation with Mr. Muralidharan
Today, we have with us, yet another pain warrior who believes in being the change, she wants to see in the world. Swati Agrawal is Associate Director at IDIA Charitable Trust, and a lawyer by training. She has various invisible illnesses, and likes to work towards spreading awareness about invisible illnesses and disabilities.
As a part of our celebrations of Pain Awareness Month in 2019, we are bringing together Doctors, Pain Warriors and Caregivers to share their experiences of dealing with pain. We have been sharing interesting LIVE sessions, Pain Warrior Stories and informational videos daily to commensurate it. Taking it further today, we have with us Dr.… Continue reading In conversation with Dr. Harbinder Sandhu
Joining us today, in our journey of celebrating Pain Awareness Month we have Ms. Meenakshi Venkataraman. Let's listen to her story as she invites us to be a part of her world and shares her experiences of living with pain.Hello, I am Meenakshi, though I prefer to be called Mina. I live in the Nilgiris,… Continue reading In conversation with Ms. Meenakshi Venkataraman
A support group meeting for Chronic Pain warriors in Bengaluru, India with a twist to accept, bond, rejuvenate & walk slowly towards a better life.
Pain is an old enemy, and a new friend. I write today to talk about my journey of coming to terms with my health conditions – Fibromyalgia Syndrome, and Bipolar Affective Disorder Type 2. I have learnt to accept that I live with these two disorders, and that I can still live a meaningful life… Continue reading Learning to Accept my Diagnosis and Moving Ahead