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Pain Rehabilitation

As a leading provider of post-acute rehabilitation, our team of rehabilitation experts has been treating chronic pain in the context of catastrophic injuries for years. That expertise has allowed us to develop a new innovative pain rehabilitation program that we are now proud to offer to individuals in need of effective rehabilitation for disabling chronic pain.

Our individualized approach employs evidence-based methods in order to maximize function and quality of life. We focus on reducing dependence on medication and surgical intervention by empowering individuals to self-manage pain. Special emphasis is placed on:

  • Minimizing / eliminating opioid medications
  • Progressively increasing physical activity and endurance
  • Restructuring of cognitions and beliefs that contribute to chronic pain cycle
  • Learning and practicing evidence-based stress management techniques
  • Reducing behaviors that contribute to pain disability
  • Sleep hygiene
  • Improving relationships, family training
  • Returning to work or regular daily activities
  • Resuming recreation and leisure activities
  • Self-management of pain

Our intensive, residential programs are staffed 7 days a week, 24 hours a day and provide ongoing care from a team of physicians, nurses, case managers, physical and occupational therapists, and other professionals.

Download a printable PDF version of our pain rehabilitation brochure

Appropriate Referrals:

  • Individuals experiencing chronic pain of sufficient severity to interfere daily social, vocational, and/or interpersonal activities.
  • Individuals whose duration of impairing chronic pain is six months or more OR clinical indication that chronic pain of a shorter duration will likely manifest into a chronic condition.
  • The individual is NOT an imminent danger to self or others.
  • Demonstration of adequate motivation to proceed with a rehabilitation approach to management of pain, including willingness to discontinue narcotic medications and/or substances of abuse.

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