“My painting carries with it the message of pain.” Frida Kahlo Arguably one of the most famous examples of a creative chronic pain sufferer, Frida Kahlo was involved in a horrific bus accident when she was in her late teens and spent the rest of her life in tremendous pain.
Our theme throughout May was to tap into positivity. May is a great month to explore beauty as the season transitions from spring into summer. We spent the month looking into inspiration, resources for living, and research on chronic pain that can help patients. 1. Finding Inspiration Everywhere We started
Kayla Montgomery, from Winston-Salem, North Carolina is, by all appearances, a normal high school student. Her parents described her as an artsy young girl who loved to play dress up. Because she liked to play by herself, they encouraged her to take up team sports and she began to play
For all cultures since the dawn of civilization spring has meant renewal. After a long winter it is comforting to see the buds on the bare trees and the daffodils heralding the new season even as the snow is still melting. For cities in the Southwest, we don't often recognize
Pain can be an isolating experience. However, simply knowing that others are out there who are going through what you are also experiencing can provide great comfort. The Internet has made connections across longer distances more possible than ever before. PainDoctor.com harnessed the digital age to create Faces of Pain