Trying to manage chronic pain on your own is exhausting at best and can easily lead to addiction. Often prescribed for acute or chronic pain are opiate painkillers, medications that can lead to addiction if not properly managed. While opiates are initially effective in easing the pain, they’re also addicting. Even though most cases of acute pain last less than six months, that’s still sufficient time to develop an addiction. If you’re in this position now and can feel yourself developing painkiller dependence, it is absolutely time to seek professional help for chronic pain treatment and addiction. It’s never too late to learn how to manage pain without having a substance use disorder.
We take your entire medical, environmental, genetic, nutritional, and psychological history into consideration and use that information to create a personalized treatment program. Our professional and compassionate staff will guide you through the treatment modalities best suited for your needs, ranging from individual and group sessions to our signature “Build Me Up” program. We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you take those first steps on the path to recovery from trauma or chronic pain.