Cure Nation – The Seated Nurse Andrea Dalzell Shares Coping Strategies for Chronic Pain

Andrew Skinner diciembre 4, 2019 News, Noteworthy, SCI

Do you or someone you love suffer from chronic pain?

Take a look at this great article from the Seated Nurse, Andrea Dalzell as she shares coping strategies for chronic pain featured on Cure Nation's blog.

Make sure you subscribe to read more informative and meaningful stories like this.

The Seated Nurse Andrea Dalzell Shares Coping Strategies for Chronic Pain

CURE NATION: Brooklyn native Andrea Dalzell, RN, BSN, has a heart for healing. Her love of nursing began as a child when Andrea was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis (commonly known as TM) at the age of five, a neurological condition that causes paralysis.

She studied Biology and Neuroscience in college while earning her Associates and Bachelors degrees in Nursing. Today, she’s the first registered nurse who uses a wheelchair in the New York metro area, and thousands of clinicians, caregivers and wheelchair users follow her career pursuits as the Seated Nurse on Instagram.

We caught up with Andrea while she was presenting at the U.S. Pain Foundation’s 2019 Pediatric Pain Warrior Conference in Chicago, IL. Cure Medical was a proud financial sponsor of the event! Below, Andrea shares her insight and advice for dealing with chronic pain as a wheelchair user.

CURE NATION is designed with you in mind, to offer assistance and education.  All of the information you find is meant to guide you to places, topics and resources that enhance your life, while also connecting you with a growing group of friends.

Consider using Cure Medical catheters.  When you do, they will enhance your lifestyle, keep you healthy, and you are also taking part in the pursuit of a cure!

Founded by a quadriplegic, Cure Medical is the only catheter manufacturer in the world that donates the first 10% of its net income to support research programs in pursuit of a cure for urinary retention, paralysis, spinal cord injury and central nervous system disorders.

Share This Article