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เราคิดว่าความเจ็บปวดเป็นอาการ แต่มีบางกรณีที่ระบบประสาทพัฒนาลูปป้อนกลับและความเจ็บปวดกลายเป็นโรคที่น่ากลัวในตัวเอง เริ่มต้นด้วยเรื่องราวของหญิงสาวที่ข้อมือแพลงกลายเป็นฝันร้าย Elliot Krane พูดถึงความลึกลับที่ซับซ้อนของอาการปวดเรื้อรัง และทบทวนข้อเท็จจริงที่เราเพิ่งเรียนรู้เกี่ยวกับวิธีการทำงานและวิธีการรักษา TEDTalks คือวิดีโอพอดคาสต์รายวันที่มีการพูดคุยและการแสดงที่ดีที่สุดจากการประชุม TED Conference ที่นักคิดและผู้ปฏิบัติชั้นนำของโลกจะมาบรรยายเกี่ยวกับชีวิตของพวกเขาใน 18 นาที วิทยากรที่โดดเด่นได้รวม Al Gore เกี่ยวกับการเปลี่ยนแปลงสภาพภูมิอากาศ, Philippe Starck เกี่ยวกับการออกแบบ, Jill Bolte Taylor ในการสังเกตจังหวะของเธอเอง, Nicholas Negroponte บน One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall ในลิงชิมแปนซี, Bill Gates ในโรคมาลาเรียและยุง, Pattie Maes ใน “Sixth Sense” เทคโนโลยีที่สวมใส่ได้ และ JJ Abrams โปรดิวเซอร์ “Lost” เกี่ยวกับเสน่ห์แห่งความลึกลับ TED ย่อมาจาก Technology, Entertainment, Design และ TEDTalks ครอบคลุมหัวข้อเหล่านี้ เช่นเดียวกับวิทยาศาสตร์ ธุรกิจ การพัฒนา และศิลปะ คำบรรยายแบบปิดและคำบรรยายที่แปลแล้วในหลายภาษามีอยู่ใน TED.com ที่.

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Elliot Krane: The mystery of chronic pain


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43 comments

Kashmir Landscape 06/09/2021 - 13:10

In the face of pain there are no Heroes.
Only people suffering from Chronic pain know how difficult it is to live with chronic pain.Others can never understand this.

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Glen Begin 06/09/2021 - 13:10

It's the future now in 2021. Have you found a cure now?

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MV 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Did she have that feeling 24/7 or came and went ?

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MV 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Thank you

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kelvianna epperson 06/09/2021 - 13:10

I am 25 with spastic diplegia cerebral palsy and there is not much study in adults only children but it has no cure so I don't know why doctors don't know about it. Every little thing I do despite the pain feels like a victory

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Matthew Smith 06/09/2021 - 13:10

After 9 years what drugs have been developed ?

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Wonder of Electronics 06/09/2021 - 13:10

911

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Tyna Miller 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Have you ever heard of Dr. John Sarno and his book "Healing Back Pain" and the documentary about him called "All the Rage… Saved by Sarno" on Amazon Prime. It's about the mind/body connection. A lot of chronic pain is not physical, but psychological because of unprocessed childhood traumas and suppressed anger and rage. I'm learning all about it now.

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ombermudez 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Dónde quedan las causas emocionales? Ella no pasó su prueba tan importante para su futuro. Todo está conectado con todo, sólo hay que observar bien las conexiones

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S Freeman 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Opening line "…I put children to sleep for a living…I put audiences to sleep for free" 😂😂

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Terry Weaver 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Most Severe Chronic Pain is readily detectable. If you can't follow the scars then follow the yellow brick road and ask Mr. Wizard for a brain.

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Dori Weishaar 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Elliott Krane, l hope you read these comments.

I enjoyed your Ted talk very much. I'm actually going to send this video to my husband, kids, sister, physical therapist and doctor. Im sure the pt and Dr already know the science but l really loved your example with the feather & torch.

I've had diabetic plural neuropathy for many many years in my hands, feet, right eye, stomach and a few other areas I'll leave a mystery…. at any rate for anyone reading this who don't know, it is excruciating, progressive, irreversible nerve damage pain. It's three in the morning kind of pain that makes you want to just permanently check out. (Thank you for addressing the mental aspects of chronic pain !!!)

Until now, there's been no really acceptable way for me to explain the invisible disease and accompanying pain to my spouse, adult children, Dr etc.
There're supportive have asked about my pain…

I've told them it's life altering ~ that it's like wasps stinging you and you cannot get then off . Ive also likened to going to someone's house & wash up and their hot water comes out scalding ~ you can pull your hand away and stop the blistering pain. But l can't pull my hands/ feet/ eye e.t.c. away.

Thank you sho much for doing this Ted talk, l know as a patient and nurse that understanding the science as you presented it will help me and MANY others 👍

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Phillip Rossa 06/09/2021 - 13:10

How can I do the mirror exercise for my neck and upper back?

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Dana Shannon 06/09/2021 - 13:10

We are decades away from these new drugs. Hated this

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Paulina Undurraga 06/09/2021 - 13:10

This was so useful Dr. Krane! More on chronic pain please, and how that girl's treatment with meds/PT/OT evolved for her until she was able to function again. Super exciting for us to see that, particularly those of us working in Chronic Pain. Thanks so much.

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Dennis McTavish 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Send it to me

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mervinhanawalt 06/09/2021 - 13:10

BIG PHARMA WILL NOT ALLOW DRUGS TO MAKE DISEASE GO AWAY BECAUSE THERE'S NO MONEY IN A "CANCER CURE"

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Willow Rain 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Chronic pain from surgery nerve pain is excruciating

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Avidcomp 06/09/2021 - 13:10

What's the news on the development of those drugs? What are they?

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Aashish Sah 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Suffering from NDPH ( New daily persistent headache) since 2.5 yrs A chronic persistent headache problem which has severly affected my Cognitive function..

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Christine Sutherland 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Currently there is no medication or physical therapy that helps true chronic pain (ie; inadequate pathology to explain it) and psychological strategies such as CBT or mindfulness make little or no difference. We need to actually switch the pain off, but first people need to know that even though the pain seems to be coming from a particular point, it's actually being produced by the brain. https://www.sdrtherapy.org.

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Irene Duke 06/09/2021 - 13:10

I suggest everyone in pain to read articles on WHAT DOES PROLONG PAIN DO TO YOUR BRAIN. The brain can't deal with pain and will cause so many problems if pain isn't controlled.
For me, I am in constant battle with my brain, for it 'tells me to do something to stop the pain'. This psychological problem started when the knee surgeon inserted a partial knee replacement incorrectly, and the device eventually came apart and ripped my leg bones and ligaments off the knee destroying bones and ligaments.
I felt like someone was hitting my knee with an axe for 3 months.. I wasn't living in chronic pain but trauma pain. The untreated trauma pain (for 3 months) shattered my brain and soul.
It is hard to grasp that a doctor would allow me to suffer vs helping me.
AVOID surgery until it is your last option.
My heart goes out to ppl who are like me and can't get proper rx to stop pain.

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Phil Philips 06/09/2021 - 13:10

This was 8 years ago. How did the research turn out? If anything was accomplished at all, which I doubt, then onky the wealthy can afford it. And they care nothing for us peasants.

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Gazelle Richardson 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Chronic/acute pain for 32 years after over exposure to Round Up, and being hit as a pedestrian by a motor vehicle. Yeah, it was a bad year. Diagnosed with Fibro; the dumpster for pain patients who don't respond to regular treatment.

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Big T 06/09/2021 - 13:10

"But the future is actually even brighter…" Lets not get too excited. These "future drug" claims are often made without regard for the fact that for most drugs, the better the treatment effects, the greater the side effects as well. The "crude" treatment of PT, occupational therapy and psychotherapy, while uncomfortable and rigorous, will likely be a far better option for most people with chronic pain vs. comfortable, easy future drug therapy with its (more than likely) serious side effects. Hopefully I'm wrong…

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Joyce Crumley 06/09/2021 - 13:10

You can look at her arm and tell something is wrong,

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είδος ακριδας 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Looking for motivation to deal with my ongoing chronic pain and find this in accurate picture and explanation. There are true real injuries and illnesses that simply don’t fit with this foolish example of the feather and the hammer. When this guy ever has any of the conditions that we have and tells me he is being able to be free of pain, then I believe it. As I read comments, I know I am not alone. For people like me who don’t want to take more drugs and pills there is not solution.

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YouTube Shadowbans & Blocks Conservative Content 06/09/2021 - 13:10

WHO decided that Al Gore is one of the WORLD'S LEADING THINKERS????

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Sarah B 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Didn't really learn anything from this. But it's nice people are talking about it.

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Abell 06/09/2021 - 13:10

8 years of pain and a spine surgery later….. I'm still in pain….. This reaches to me more than you'll ever know. Thank god for the internet and youtube. I'll keep searching; because I must.

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Lex 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Too bad clemastine was banned.

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D. Moore 06/09/2021 - 13:10

I would like to know what evidence he references when he says that pain pills don't work. Why not listen to chronic pain patients, millions of us say they do work. If they don't work for some, then find another way to help them, but don't break what's not broken. No medication works for everyone, You understand chronic pain because you study it, Chronic pain patients understand it because we live with it.

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Patrice K 06/09/2021 - 13:10

The location of the pain, is not where you find the cause. But as a massage therapist for 21 years, have never had 1 client where the location of the pain, did not also show inhibited blood flow..Not 1.

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Patrice K 06/09/2021 - 13:10

I diagnose and treat chronic pain. Have been a massage therapist for 21 years, and know exactly the cause for each client. It took me 10 years to develop this ability. If you are suffering with chronic pain, I can help you at least know the cause. Depending on the cause, will determine whether it can be eradicated completely or just treated to minimize symptoms.

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Julie Lea 06/09/2021 - 13:10

How lucky was Chandler to have him as a Dr!
I'm confused. " Chronic pain" is also the result of unresolved disease ( cancer, RA, MS, falied back surgery or just a injury that became worse rather than healed….which degenerative disc disease is by definition the disc (s) continue to degenerate ….pushing on the spinal cord causing pain….right?) . Any answers?

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397 Diary Staring at ACEs 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Secret Weapon 1, Leads Dark Walk 2 Hope. Never Planned..HelpsIsHope, HOPEisHelphttps://youtu.be/0zLTzvp-Y84. Environment = people most of time. It can cause and does cause pain and suffering- even death

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Troy Reed 06/09/2021 - 13:10

RIP George Carlin

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nicola hocking 06/09/2021 - 13:10

This was very interesting. I suffer from severe chronic pain in my back along with nerve pain in my legs. I do, rarely, suffer from allodynia in one of legs and its horrific.

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Duckminifarm 06/09/2021 - 13:10

Sadly, there are other facts about chronic pain. First, is that often doctors do not even believe it exists. The young lady (Chandler) was lucky; she had some objective symptoms other than pain. If not, she might have been called a hypochondriac and sent to mental services rather then receiving medical help. Even worse, she might have been suspected of being addicted to pain meds. Second, even when doctors believe it exists, they may discount the overall effect that it has on a person's life (I'm not up at 2:44 a.m. because I'm having a party.) Again, this young lady is a student. She apparently has people who will care for her. Chronic pain is horrible in children, but in an adult it could destroy their means of earning a livelihood, their marriage, their relationship with their children, even their ability to drive and care for themselves. Third, many doctors really don't know what to do. They aren't specialists like this doctor. Many doctors simply hand you a prescription (or not, nowadays) and then say something about "Exercise makes you feel better," or some other glib response. Yes, exercise DOES make you feel better in some cases, but it's NOT a cure. Often this is simply blaming the victim because the doctor really has NO CLUE what to do. Finally, pain is often only a small part of the problem. The doctor referenced the depression, the sense of hopelessness. There's also fatigue, nausea, sleep disorders, fine & gross motor-skill issues, digestive issues, reactions to medicine, "brain fog," etc. etc. sometimes in a vicious cycle.

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Ben Kelly 06/09/2021 - 13:10

I've had chronic pain for 15 years from my short time in the Army. Basically from a twisted pelvis I've had since birth that was revealed after strenuous exercise during basic training. Having a few beers is the only thing that works for me.

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