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Pain is a significant public health concern as more than half of Americans live with chronic or recurrent pain. More Americans suffer from pain than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Two of the most common areas in which people experience pain are the lower back, (28.1%) and knee, (19.5%). More than 42 million people report pain or physical discomfort disrupts their sleep.¹ To ensure pain is adequately addressed, pain management has been developed to actively pursue the source of pain and provide therapy to improve outcomes. The focus of pain management is guided by the history of the specific pain, its duration, aggravating and relieving conditions and structures involved in causing pain.² Pain Management presents a specific role to identify the source of the pain and to find the most optimal treatment.

Common Conditions or Diagnosis for Pain Program:

  • Arthritic Pain
  • Acute or Chronic pain
  • Neuropathic Pain Diagnosis
  • Phantom Pain (due to amputation)
  • Multiple Pain Medications or Pain Patch
  • Neck, Back, Shoulder and Leg Pain
  • Post-Surgical Pain

Our Interdisciplinary Approach

Skilled Nursing

  • Complete Physical Assessment
  • Focus Drug Review and Medication Education

Physical Therapy

  • Brief Review of History of Present Illness
  • Strength and ROM Assessment
  • Neurological Testing
  • Sensory & Proprioception Assessment
  • Body Mechanics Teaching
  • Walking and Balance Evaluation
  • Home Safety Evaluation
  • Equipment Evaluation and Proper Use
  • Patient /Caregiver Education

Occupational Therapy

  • Complete OT Assessment
  • ADL’s Retraining
  • Work Modification
  • Splinting or Orthotic Fitting

Home Health Aide

  • Grooming and Bathing Assistance