Treating the psychological aspects of chronic pain
People with chronic pain typically face a wide range of stresses. As pain persists, they may feel more and more depressed, anxious and isolated. Research has shown that chronic pain itself is influenced by the thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors of the person experiencing it.
Nura can help on both fronts.
Our behavioral health staff is a team of licensed psychologists, counselors (including a licensed alcohol and drug counselor), and therapists who fully understand the psychological impact of chronic pain.
These dedicated professionals work closely with our physical therapists and interventional pain physician specialists, using individual and group therapy to help patients effectively manage the psychological and emotional components of their chronic pain.
For patients on opioid medication, Nura’s Chronic Pain Program is a widely respected multidisciplinary treatment program with a proven track record of success.