There are programs that focus on treating Chronic Pain. Because recovery from chronic pain is rare, treatment focuses children, adolescents and adults on managing with medical, biofeedback and therapy. Chronic pain can last for weeks, months, and even years. It does not always ease with medication. Chronic pain can have a distinct cause, such as a temporary injury or infection or a long-term disease. However, some chronic pain does not seem to have a cause. Like depression, chronic pain can cause problems with sleep and daily activities, reducing your quality of life. Chronic Pain can also be tied to Substance Use Disorders and can co-occur with Depression.
The key to treatment and recovery has been a holistic approach and a treatment center that focuses on the specific type of Chronic Pain that is experienced.