Compassionate Care for the Whole You
Chronic pain can impact every aspect of your life, including your mood, sleep, work, and ability to function day-to-day and take part in activities you enjoy. Oftentimes, it’s useful for people to have more than one strategy for coping with pain. Mind-body therapies can work in concert with other pain treatments you’re receiving.
Hear from the Experts
Listen to nurse practitioner Monica Szymanski discuss the benefits of mind-body therapies.
Hear from Monica Szymanski
Our mind-body therapies program offers personalized care designed to meet the goals of the individual. Treatments include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which can help people become aware of inaccurate or negative thought patterns. Through challenging and changing those patterns, they can develop improved coping skills.
Not only can mind-body therapies help people develop strategies for living with chronic pain, they can also positively impact how well they respond to other treatments, such as medication or injections. In addition, this form of treatment can help people develop strategies for when their pain flares up.
Our treatments include:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Relaxation techniques
Conditions We Treat
Mind-body therapies can work alongside other treatments to help manage chronic pain. Anyone can benefit from these therapies. Some common conditions we see include:
- Complex regional pain syndrome
- Back, neck, and spine pain
- Joint pain