Best and Worst Jobs for People in Pain

On-the-job pain management starts with finding an occupation that meets your needs.
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As long as your hands can deal with typing, this could be an ideal job for someone with chronic pain. As a freelance writer, you can work from home and have a flexible schedule to fit in doctor's appointments, exercise, and sleep.

If you're in an office, you will at least have some ability to make your workspace comfortable and move around as needed. Take a few minutes an hour to step away from the computer screen; frequent breaks can help prevent problems.

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