Treatment for Chronic Pain

When are you in need of an inpatient chronic pain rehabilitation program? Millions of people are diagnosed with some form of chronic pain each year and this diagnosis can also lead to serious psychological problems including depression or chronic fatigue syndrome. These pains can be severe or minor and can interfere with the lives of people who suffer from them.

Due to our modern lifestyle, problems with joint and bone health have become a worldwide epidemic. Especially Joint and back pain which are the main causes of early disability. Unfortunately and despite the huge number of people who suffer from these problems, conventional medicine is mostly focused on treating the symptoms with drugs or surgery. Common treatments tend to overlook the source of the pain and leave it unattended.

A woman rubbing her neck in pain.

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This pain could happen even due to many reasons, and chronic pain syndrome (CPS) has typically baffled conventional practitioners. Faced with a huge mix of symptoms, CPS patients are simply told to cope with their pain through a menu of painkiller medications.

But the problem is that the prescribed drugs themselves are the cause for side effects that can be more dangerous and harmful than the actual disease.

This means that patients find temporary relief from the discomfort but not the factors that gave rise to their problems. Without treatment aimed at a cure, the conditions become chronic and inevitably get worse.

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How do we provide chronic pain rehabilitation

At THE BALANCE Inpatient Chronic Pain Treatment Centers, we do it the opposite way: Our goal is to search for the root of the problem. We want to help our patients to reduce the dosage of their painkillers or even stop them completely. We also improve your movement agility and general well-being.

To do this we holistically handle treatments performing diagnosis first to search for the source of the pain. Usually, it is a chronic – often silent – inflammation that underlies all the problems. Examining special blood values and genetic profiles can discover those underlying factors that are at the root of the pain problem.

First, we diagnose the underlying causes of the pain, as well as the connections among the problems. For example, mineral deficiencies and chronic acidification, tooth problems, or even dysfunction in gut flora.
From there we proceed with a comprehensive treatment program individually designed for each patient.

Additionally, we help most of the patients change their lifestyles. Our increasingly sedentary lifestyles lead to the development of pain throughout the body. We create habits that encourage exercise and vitality.

Focusing on better musculoskeletal management helps us restore the coordination of the muscles and the nervous system.

By eliminating all influencing factors (e.g. dental foci, food allergies, mineral, vitamin, and trace element deficiencies, electromagnetic stress, disorders of the autonomic nervous system, etc), we can reduce and even eliminate pain and inflammation. More than 80% of all patients we treat fully recover.

The ultimate goal for THE BALANCE Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program is to encourage patients with chronic pain to adopt better, healthier lifestyles, complete with regular exercise, and necessary supplements that the body might be lacking.

Chronic Pain FAQ

What is Chronic Pain?

Chronic Pain is severe and recurrent pain in a particular location. It varies from person to person and the source of the pain itself is most often than not overlooked. Millions of people are diagnosed with some form of chronic pain each year and this diagnosis can also lead to serious psychological problems including depression or chronic fatigue syndrome.

How to live with Chronic Pain?

Chronic Pain patients are often told to take multitudes of painkiller medication in order to deal with their syndrome. However, the prescribed drugs themselves have incredibly harmful side effects. Temporarily relief from chronic pain is granted but the lasting effects of the pain killers remain.

How to treat Chronic Pain?

At BALANCE, we aim to search for the root of the problem. Our end goal is reducing the use of painkillers and even stopping them completely if possible. Through working on that, we also tackle mobility and freedom of the body. We diagnose first the cause of the pain and then design a personalized treatment plan. Focusing on better musculoskeletal management helps us restore the coordination of the muscles and the nervous system.