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Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a condition that occurs when the brain concludes there is a threat to a person's well-being based on the many signals it receives from the body. This condition can and often occurs independently of any actual body tissue damage (due to injury or illness), and beyond normal tissue healing time. The causes of chronic pain vary widely. While any condition can lead to chronic pain, there are certain medical conditions more likely to cause chronic pain. These include: Trauma/Injury, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, limb amputation and complex regional pain syndrome. Chronic pain affects each person differently. In some cases, chronic pain can lead to decreased activity levels, job loss, or financial difficulties, as well as anxiety, depression, and disability. Our therapists together with chronic pain patients to lessen their pain and restore their activity to the highest possible levels. With treatment, the adverse effects of chronic pain can be reduced. This service is offered in all out clinics.

Chronic Pain Therapy is available at the following locations: