What Is a Pain Management Program?

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A pain management program is customizable program used to identify the cause of a person's pain, reduce the pain as much as possible and prevent the pain from coming back. Develop a pain management program with a chiropractor, massage therapist and dietitian using advice from a wellness consultant in this free video on pain management.

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If you are suffering from pain and you're looking to look into in a pain management program, I am here to help. I'm Isabelle Simon a personal and workplace wellness consultant and today we're going to learn what is a pain management program. A pain management program is a specific program that is customized to you and that has three goals. Goal number one is to identify the cause of your pain. Is it coming from you know an injury? Were you injured at work or in a car accident or is it that you're an athlete and maybe you're overworking a part of your body, you know, different areas of the body or is it that you have repetitive motion at work that you're doing that is causing the pain? So, a pain management program will help you identify where the pain is coming from. Step two as a pain management program is helping you reduce the pain as much as possible and Step three is giving you tools and resources and treatment to prevent the pain from coming back. So, those are the three steps of a pain management program and you have several specialist who can help you with those different stages. A chiropractor, obviously is a given, but also a massage therapist, an injury rehabilitation specialist, a nutritionist; a dietitian can help you be part of that program, and typically, if you see one person they will be connected to the others and will be able to combine several treatment and several approaches. All of them are, you know, as good as one another and they usually work better when they are combined with one another. So, that is what a pain management program is and I hope that you learned a few tips today if you're looking into participating in a program because that's what you need. I'm Isabelle Simon, your personal and workplace wellness consultant.


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