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A New Dimension for Work Related Chronic Pain Often after a work-related injury, there is incomplete treatment and recuperation, and little support for the individual, and even less for family members, and particularly the children of an injured worker. This is of particular concern since the damaging effect of an injury is not limited to the employee, but often affects the entire family.
Generally, individuals suffering from chronic pain from an accident are anxious about recovery, tense from their pain, constantly worried about being able to pay bills, apprehensive about maintaining, losing or getting work, and often feel helpless and hopeless about their current situation. This high level of stress is exhausting and often leads to feelings of depression, making it that much more difficult to maintain personal relationships, and care for family members. This heightened level of stress also makes most symptoms worse, particularly pain.
The Pain/Medical Symptom Reduction Program for Work-Related Injuries is designed to help individuals reduce pain, suffering and regain a sense of control and well-being.
For the Injured Worker
Based on clinical practice and research of over 25 years, the Pain Management Program for Work-Related Injuries is clinically proven to improve general health and complex, interacting conditions such as chronic pain, chronic fatigue, and related anxiety and depression made worse by stress, and help the healing process.
This biopsychosocial/multidisciplinary Program is dedicated to help strengthen the individual and family by providing supportive services during a time of particular stress due to a work related injury.