I sustained a right knee injury several years ago, and I am too young, the doctors say, for a knee replacement. I have favored my right leg for so long that I now have a back problem that won't go away. My knee surgeon told me that I suffer form chronic pain. I take narcotics, strong ones, and I exercise a little. Yes, I probably could exercise more, but when my back starts to hurt, I have to stop. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to better manage my chronic pain?
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