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Pain Recovery Institute

Millions of people take opiates, prescription painkillers, for injuries and debilitating health conditions. Doctors often prescribe opiates to alleviate pain; however, over time many people become opiate dependent. Withdrawing from opiates often increases pain and requires different alternatives for pain relief.

At Pain Recovery Institute, we restore hope to individuals who are dependent on opiates and suffer from chronic pain. With the proper treatment, it is possible to manage your pain without the dependence on opiate medications.

About Our Pain Management Program

Our pain management program provides evidence-based treatment for chronic pain sufferers by offering a variety of holistic therapeutic methods. Our licensed therapists are passionate about restoring your health. We will teach you safe and effective ways to manage chronic pain.  

We provide a comprehensive individual treatment plan that can be broken down into the following phases: 

  • Phase 1: Detoxification 
  • Phase 2: Clinical assessment
  • Phase 3: Individual counseling
  • Phase 4: Therapeutic holistic services 

If you are struggling with opiate dependence, the first step is to get you to detox from pain medications and any other harmful substances. From there, we can develop the proper pain management program to fit your individual needs.  

To find out more about our pain management program, reach out to one of our admissions counselors by calling 877-392-3342. We are eager to chat with you and answer any questions you may have 24/7, even on holidays. 

The Truth Behind Physical Pain

The two types of pain are known as acute pain and chronic pain. Acute pain is short-term pain that results from tissue damage. The pain gradually disappears through the course of natural healing.  

Chronic pain persists for weeks, months or even years, and results from a specific injury or an ongoing medical problem. These symptoms can greatly affect one’s quality of life.  

At the Pain Recovery Institute, we treat acute and chronic pain by using the following holistic therapies: 

  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractic services
  • Therapeutic massage
  • Laser therapy 
  • Yoga
  • Meditation 

Here, you will have the tools and resources necessary to cope with physical and emotional pain. To break free from pain and take control of your life, give us a call today at 877-392-3342. Our admissions counselors are available to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

What’s the Psychology of Pain?

Chronic pain can cause overwhelming distress, depression and anxiety and it can be debilitating. In order for pain management to be effective, the patient’s emotional needs must be addressed.  

At Pain Recovery Institute, we treat the physical as well as the emotional and spiritual needs of each patient. Our licensed therapists provide a wide range of services to help you manage stress, alleviate pain and maintain a healthy lifestyle.   

We address the psychology of pain with the following psychotherapies:   

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy 
  • Individual counseling 
  • Group therapy 
  • Hypnosis 
  • Trauma counseling  

To recover from chronic pain, confronting unresolved issues is necessary. Our program provides the necessary support you need to manage chronic pain. To learn more about our pain recovery programs, please call us today at 877-392-3342. 


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