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The Difference Between Pain Management and Pain Recovery

Pain recovery and pain management sound synonymous. However, there are a lot of differences between the two. Let’s take a look at what they are.

Pain management

Pain management refers to conventional medical interventions and treatment options that are targeted towards managing chronic pain. These treatment options are varied, at PAIN+Recovery for instance, we offer medication management, physical therapy, and referrals to chiropractors and homeopathic practitioners to formulate a holistic treatment plan.

It’s a challenging but multifaceted approach to handling pain that can be disruptive and hinder your quality of life. At our chronic pain centers in NY, we administer Epidural Steroid Injections, Joint Injections, Nerve Blocks, and Spinal Cord Stimulator, etc, and our physical therapists work on a personalized, one-on-one basis with all our patients. The aim behind a holistic approach is to make pain management as effective as possible in the long run, otherwise there’s always a risk of developing opioid addiction through prescription medication (Vicodin, Oxycontin etc.)

It’s targeted towards musculoskeletal disorders and conditions, offering nonsurgical interventions. Pain management can be applied on its own or as part of the recovery process following surgery.

Having a comprehensive and effective pain management program is very important because most people start depending on pain medication—this is where they’re at risk of addiction, since opioids are incredibly addictive.

Pain Recovery

At Pain+Recovery, we understand the debilitating effects of chronic pain and how dangerously addictive pain medication can be. This is why we offer a holistic and empathetic approach to recovering; keeping in mind how difficult it is to live life while suffering each day.

Our recovery medicine program factors in things like your environment, mental health, biological factors that may be worsening your addiction, while working with professionals who are equipped to deal with pain management and Addiction Treatment NY.

At our clinics, we offer holistic and expansive pain management programs that combine physical therapy and counselling, alongside medication-assisted withdrawal from opiates. Our staff is trained to be empathetic and our job is to make the recovery process as smooth as possible, working with each patient on a personalized basis.

The road to recovery is never an easy one but as specialists providing Chronic Pain Recovery Center NJ it is our job to ensure that our patients walk out of any of our pain treatment and pain recovery centers around NY feeling healthy and whole. Addiction is a disease and we must treat it as such.

Contact us know more and get on the road to recovery today!

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