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Timothy Benedict, PT, DPT, PhD, remembers a patient with chronic pain who was referred to him for pain neuroscience education. Benedict, in the U.S. Army and on faculty for the Baylor University-Keller Army Community Hospital Sports Physical Therapy Fellowship program at West Point, New York, recalls that the patient was both angry and frustrated that he was referred to someone to "talk" about his pain.

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