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Complex Pain Management focuses on lessening the sense of suffering experienced by patients in chronic pain. It blends the physical, emotional, social and spiritual components of life to help patients regain control of their life and enhance the quality and pleasure of their life. This will be achieved by integrating various modalities of healing, be it conventional or alternative, to provide the care based on the needs of each individual.
Pain coping skills
Self Regulation training (e.g. self-hypnosis, guided imagery, biofeedback)
Cognitive behavioral and acceptance based psychological therapies
Physical and Occupational Therapy
Trigger point and painful scar interventions
Health behavior education (including sleep hygiene, nutrition, physical activity)
Amplified or Centralized Pain Syndromes
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Juvenile Fibromyalgia Syndromes (JFS)
Chronic back pain
Chronic pain related to medical conditions including but not limited to: