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If you suffer from chronic pain, physical therapy can be passive or active. Passive therapies such as massage and applying heat and cold are typically effective for pain only in the first two to four weeks after an injury. Patients typically do active physical therapy such as exercise and posture/gait correction for up to 12 weeks. These treatments help with chronic pain by building or reconditioning muscles so they can move more normally.

(Source: www.webmd.com)

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