Chronic Pain

Chronic Physical Pain

Functional restoration is a targeted approach to chronic pain that utilizes active treatments where the patient is provided with education, tools, and focused treatments to restore functioning back to the person’s life so their pain and quality of life are significantly improved. Treatments within our Functional Restoration Program are personalized for each person based on their health status and interests, but often include active physical therapy, pain psychology, educational pain classes, groups and individual therapy, a variety of mindfulness-based stress reduction including art therapy and yoga, vocational rehabilitation, occupational therapy, as well as our pioneering methods of medication-assisted treatment designed to help patients seamlessly reduce use of opioid painkillers.

Intensive Outpatient Program (Day and Night Programs)

Intensive Outpatient Treatment is available for patients who may benefit from a structured therapeutic program but less intensive than full-day treatment or hospitalization.  Intensive Outpatient Treatment is typically 3 days per week, 3 hours per day. This program is designed for those who need comprehensive services while also having the flexibility to accommodate careers and school, while residing at home or at a structured recovery facility. Included in this package are group therapy, individual therapy, psychiatric and addiction services, and access to innovative treatments such as cannabinoid therapy offered by physicians affiliated with The Control Center.  Outpatient treatment also consists of regular alcohol and drug testing for patients enrolled for substance use disorder. All services are tailored for each patient and will include a personalized treatment plan.

Subtypes of Physical Pain (Neuropathic/Nerve Pain, Musculoskeletal Pain, GI Pain, Autoimmune Pain, Central Sensitivity)