Pain rehabilitation is a subset of rehabilitation medicine that focuses on treating persistent pain. It is necessary to distinguish between acute and chronic pain to qualify. Acute pain is a self-limiting form of painful stimulation after tissue injury. It lasts when the body is supposed to repair itself and return to its pre-injury biological position. Chronic pain is a condition that lasts longer than the healing period. Secondary physical and behavioral repercussions occur, resulting in incapacity and inability to function. Drug usage, further diminished function, psychological disorders, several unsuccessful surgical treatments, social and economic isolation, and even suicide are all related to the development of chronic pain. Most people suffering from chronic pain have tried numerous therapy options. Pain can make it difficult for people to work, participate in everyday and recreational activities, and maintain connections with family and friends. People suffering from chronic pain may restrict their movements over time, causing them to become less physically fit to the point where even little actions result in increasing agony.
A physiotherapist can assist you in understanding why you are experiencing pain in your joints, muscles, and soft tissues. Understanding pain will assist you in managing and overcoming it. The interdisciplinary team approach to pain management in older people is often used in physical medicine and rehabilitation because it addresses the psychosocial and functional deficiencies caused by the pain manifestation. The team recommends combining pharmacologic drugs, cognitive-behavioral therapies, physical modalities, occupational therapy, and physical therapy in the treatment plan. Treating patients suffering from pain caused by compression fractures and spinal stenosis are also covered. When you are in a lot of pain, you may wish to stay in bed with a hot bottle, take some paracetamol, and not move. In studies, Exercise and mobility are among the most effective treatments for chronic pain. Your physiotherapist will provide guidance and suggest a safe exercise routine based on your condition so that you can continue to move.
Rehabilitation aims in individuals with acute or chronic pain vary. Patients may experience discomfort for various reasons, and a correct diagnosis is critical in leading the appropriate rehabilitation regimen. Physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors comprehensively evaluate and manage patients with acute and chronic function-limiting or painful diseases. Conventional rehabilitation of chronic pain sufferers is frequently ineffective and unsatisfactory for the treatment team. However, theoretical improvements and significant advances in our understanding of the neurological elements of chronic pain are altering these perceptions.
Common pain conditions
- Pain in the abdomen
- Pain-related anxiety and depression
- Back Ache
- Headaches and Neck Pain
- Face ache
- Nerve Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Pelvic Pain
- Hip Pain
- Pelvic Girdle Pain
- Knee Ache
- Pain in the chest and ribs
- Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI)
- Joint Pain
- Muscle Pain
Physiotherapy for pain relief
At Medtotes, we take a comprehensive approach to body treatment, addressing the underlying causes of your aches and pains.
- Massage for Health
- Movement therapy and exercise prescription
- Posture improvement and correction
- Manual Therapy
- Breathing exercises, relaxation techniques, and awareness
- Advice on self-management skills such as pace, stress management, and sleep
- TNS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation) with cold pack/heat therapy
Advantages of regular physical activity and exercise
When someone is in pain, their first instinct may be to avoid activities and seek rest. Exercise therapy, on the other hand, can be an effective pain treatment. There are numerous other advantages to exercising and engaging in regular physical activity, including:
- Controls weight
- Lowers risk of cardiovascular and metabolic disease
- Reduces risk of some malignancies
- Bones and muscles are strengthened.
- Improves mental health and happiness
- Enhances capacity to complete everyday tasks and prevents falls
- Increases the likelihood of having a longer life
Medtotes believes in a multidisciplinary pain management approach. Our physiotherapists, osteopaths, massage therapists, counseling psychologists, and pain management therapists collaborate closely. We offer Pain Management treatments in the comfort of your own home. Please get in touch with us for more information or to speak with our therapists.
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