From the KOLD News 13 Newsroom
People with chronic pain are often looking for information to help them, and on Saturday, June 16, there will be a pain expo in Tucson, designed for them.
The RSD Care and Share Support Group of Tucson is hosting the Chronic Pain Information Expo, from noon until four at the Masonic Lodge at 3959 E Mabel.
RSD stands for reflex sympathetic dystrophy, an often misdiagnosed, painful condition that affects millions of Americans.
The Expo will provide those affected by chronic pain with information on services, treatments, products and support groups that are available to them.
The RSD support group says exhibitors include the Arthritis Foundation, Tucson Touch Therapies, Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Advanced Bionics, and area support groups for Fibromyalgia, RSD, and Endometriosis.
The group recommends the American Chronic Pain Association web site if you’d like more information on chronic pain.
The expo is free, and open to the public.
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