Somatic pain refers to pain that occurs in the outer layers of the body, such as the skin and muscles. While cutaneous somatic pain refers to pain in the skin, deep somatic pain refers to pain that a person might feel in muscles or bone. Deep somatic pain can be caused by an injury or an illness.
- Q How is deep somatic pain diagnosed?
- Q Is deep somatic pain the same thing as visceral pain?
- Q How do I manage my deep somatic pain on a daily basis?
- Q Why do I feel deep somatic pain when I exercise too much?
- Q Can a tick bite cause deep somatic pain?
- Q Does superficial somatic pain affect children differently than adults?