Physiomobility’s pain management program offers rehabilitative, and psychological treatments in addition to education to improve our patients’ social life. We provide treatment and support to patients suffering from acute and chronic pain conditions such as Fibromyalgia.
If you are experiencing pain resulting from an accident or an operation, or something more persistent that has not responded to simple treatments, we are ready to assist you. Our multidisciplinary team of medical doctors, pain management specialists, physiotherapists, and other healthcare professionals, offers an evidence-based approach to pain management and Fibromyalgia treatment in a supportive environment.
In addition to the traditional approaches of medication and Physiotherapy, we utilize a spectrum of treatment options that can include Massage Therapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Psychotherapy as well as individual and group Exercise Therapy.
Beat Fibromyalgia class is an affordable and enjoyable functional exercise routine directed by Gita Mikal, a physiotherapist with post-graduate training in pain management from the University of Alberta.
Our outstanding team of healthcare professionals is committed to improving your function and giving you more control over your pain. The main components of our remarkable program include:
In addition to acute conditions, including whiplash and postoperative pain, we treat complex chronic issues such as:
Our psychotherapist offers:
See also: Psychotherapy
Our Physiotherapist and Pain Specialist offer:
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See also: Fibromyalgia
Chronic pain is defined as the pain that lasts more than 6 months when all the obvious signs of trauma and injury are resolved. It might be excruciating or mild, continuous or episodic, totally incapacitating or merely inconvenient. It takes an emotional and physical toll on the affected person. Chronic pain commonly develops after an acute injury, an infection or after surgery.
Chronic pain is more than just a pain syndrome, it not only affects patients’ physical being but affects their psychological and social well-being.
Chronic pain conditions are commonly associated with other problems such as fatigue, IBS, sleep disturbances, frequent mood swings, weakened immune system, anxiety, irritability, disability, and stress.
Physical therapy for chronic pain is focused on pain management using manual techniques, physical modalities, and mainly functional rehabilitation and education on understanding pain. The physical therapy is commonly combined with psychological interventions to assist patients to learn how to control their pain and pace themselves. Stretching, heating, and massage are also found to provide patients with comfort.
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At Physiomobility, we have a team of qualified professionals who offer specialized treatment for various musculoskeletal conditions. Whether you have a chronic medical condition, such as arthritis, or you have experienced a sport, work or accident injury, our experienced physiotherapists will provide you a personalized treatment, offering you relief from pain and discomfort and enabling you to get back to your maximal abilities.
Author: Gita Mikal, Registered Physiotherapist, certified in Pain Management