• Acute pain usually comes suddenly and it is caused by a specific action or a problem. Acute pain usually does not last longer than six months. Most common causes of acute pain includes:
- Surgery

- Broken Bones

- Labor
  • Chronic pain usually last longer than six months. Pain is specified as chronic if the pain continues after the illness or injury that causes the pain heals. People may experience chronic pain even if there is a injury or physical damage to body. When pain signals remain active in the nervous system, it can turn into a chronic pain. Conditions that can be related to chronic pain;
- Headache

- Arthritis

- Nerve Pain

- Cancer

- Back pain

- Fibromyalgia pain