Katie Siengsukon (from left), a researcher and physical therapist at the University of Kansas Medical Center, and chronic-pain sufferers Kalind Perry, 30, of Independence, Rhonda Enzinna, 61, of Kansas City and Jill Sullivan of Westwood participated in a therapeutic yoga session last week during a symposium at the KU Clinical Research Center in Fairway. The event, Relieving Pain in Kansas City, provided information, support, exercise, yoga and other ways to help people deal with chronic pain.
Katie Siengsukon (from left), a researcher and physical therapist at the University of Kansas Medical Center, and chronic-pain sufferers Kalind Perry, 30, of Independence, Rhonda Enzinna, 61, of Kansas City and Jill Sullivan of Westwood participated in a therapeutic yoga session last week during a symposium at the KU Clinical Research Center in Fairway. The event, Relieving Pain in Kansas City, provided information, support, exercise, yoga and other ways to help people deal with chronic pain. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD tljungblad@kcstar.com
Katie Siengsukon (from left), a researcher and physical therapist at the University of Kansas Medical Center, and chronic-pain sufferers Kalind Perry, 30, of Independence, Rhonda Enzinna, 61, of Kansas City and Jill Sullivan of Westwood participated in a therapeutic yoga session last week during a symposium at the KU Clinical Research Center in Fairway. The event, Relieving Pain in Kansas City, provided information, support, exercise, yoga and other ways to help people deal with chronic pain. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD tljungblad@kcstar.com

Kansas Citians with chronic pain take their plight public

October 05, 2015 4:33 PM