Long COVID-19 Is Linked to Chronic Pain Conditions

February 12, 2024


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A new U-M study suggests that for treating patients affected by long COVID, healthcare providers can and should capitalize on the research around chronic overlapping pain conditions (COPCs), like fibromyalgia. Many of the symptoms that appear with long COVID-19, including brain fog, headache, fatigue, and bodily pain, also manifest with these COPCs. Read more of the researchers’ recommendations in this article from the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.

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