What are your #smallvictories in the battle against chronic pain?

December 15, 2017 • Emily Adekore

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At NeuroMetrix, we believe in celebrating small victories in the battle against chronic pain. Everyone’s journey with chronic pain is different, and the impact it has on your daily life can be challenging to convey to others. A “good day” may not necessarily mean being pain-free, but could mean being able to cook dinner, go on a walk or stand at a family event.

To celebrate this, we’d like to highlight the small victories you experience when your pain is under control that are the most meaningful to you.

Join us by submitting a photo, piece of art, poem, video journal or whatever medium you prefer that helps you express this victory. The only requirement is that your submission is your original work. You do not need to be a current Quell user to enter, but if you are, we’d love to hear how Quell has helped you achieve a victory, small or large, against chronic pain.

Each submission will earn an entry into a giveaway. You may enter your submission via our contest portal or by sharing on one of your social channels (Instagram, Facebook or Twitter) with all three of the following hashtags: #smallvictories #chronicpain #QuellRelief

We will choose a winner at random from all the submissions we receive on or before January 31, 2018, and that winner will receive a $500 credit to use at the Quellrelief.com store.

Please see complete contest terms and conditions here.

We look forward to hearing about your small victories!

 


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