Pain is usually a short-term process and temporary in nature. When pain remains consistent and ongoing, pain turns into chronic pain. Chronic pain and the medications used for pain control will create reliance on these medications and leads to emotional distress. People who use/misuse and/or abuse pain medications often have problems with occupational, social and recreational activities. These activity deficits create feelings of isolation, depression and physical deconditioning all leading to increases in pain itself and the perception of pain.
Our program is directed toward these areas and focuses not only on pain medication reduction but also how new skills can have a dramatic effect on your overall quality of life.
Our focus is a three-tiered process that includes:
To reduce total daily opiate dosage by 50 percent and patients’ “perception” of the pain by 50 percent.
Associated Treatment Goals:
Who will benefit from this program?
Patients that experience: