Chronic pain

A federal health panel at work since 2016 recently released a draft report that recommends a balanced, individual patient-centered approach to treating acute and chronic pain, focused on the following:

Risk assessment: A thorough look at patient medical, social, and family history, including all medical conditions and medications.

Alternative treatments: Consideration of physical, occupational, massage and aqua therapies.

Integrative health: Consideration of practices that include acupuncture, yoga, tai chi and meditation.

Mental health support: Including cognitive behavioral therapy and teaching coping skills.

Pacific Rehabilitation Centers offers many of these alternatives treatments to injured workers looking beyond addictive medications.

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If you are having a Medical Health emergency, please call 9-1-1.
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Everett, WA 98208

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