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Pain Rehabilitation

Physical, Occupational, and Behavioral Therapy

Physical, occupational, and behavioral therapy in pain rehabilitation utilizes a variety of techniques to reduce pain, increase flexibility, build strength, and improve posture. Our community-based pain management center works in conjunction with hospital departments and other medical affiliations to provide patients with a comprehensive list of pain management services, including pain rehabilitation through physical, occupational, and/or behavioral therapy. Through this interdisciplinary approach to pain management, we are able to offer cutting-edge specialized treatment by highly qualified licensed and credentialed rehabilitation professionals in a variety of practice settings. For our patients, pain relief isn’t just a dream, but a reality. Read on to learn more about the options available to you.

Physical Therapy for Pain Treatment
To relieve pain, promote healing, and restore function and movement, a physical therapist may use passive – heat/ice packs, TENS units, or ultrasound – or active – stretching, strengthening exercises, or low-impact aerobic conditioning – therapies. With a well designed physician therapy program and routine sessions, patients are likely to feel stronger, more confident, and better prepared to deal with their acute or chronic pain in their everyday lives.

Occupational Therapy for Pain Treatment
Based on proven injury prevention principles and evidence-based health care practices, occupational therapy programs are customized to effectively meet individual needs. An occupational therapy rehabilitation program is designed to help relieve your pain and help you avoid workplace injuries, associated lost wages, and increase your work productivity. By improving overall health and fitness levels, you will experience increased mood and job satisfaction.

Behavioral Therapy for Pain Treatment
There are essentially three components to cognitive behavioral therapy programs for pain management. The first is based on a treatment rationale that helps you understand that cognitions and behavior can affect your pain experience and emphasizes the role that you can play in controlling your own pain. The second component is coping skills training and the third is the application and maintenance of those learned coping skills over time.

To see if comprehensive pain rehabilitation through physical therapy, occupational therapy, or behavioral therapy is right for you and your acute or chronic pain condition, contact the physicians at our pain management center. With our community outreach and interdisciplinary approach, we’ll help you find the pain relief you deserve for a better quality of life.