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Ocean Township NJ Pain Management

Important changes have taken place at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation. With the addition of a Medical Doctor, we are now providing a fully integrated, multi-disciplinary rehabilitation facility for Ocean Township pain management patients.

When it comes to pain management, a multi-pronged approach is always best. This process often involves the need for medication management, physical therapy, psychological and emotional support, and in many cases, holistic therapies such as acupuncture or chiropractic care.

Until now, pain management has been a poorly coordinated effort, often involving a huge burden of responsibility on patients to visit multiple offices to see a pain management doctor, a physical therapist, and perhaps an acupuncturist or doctor of chiropractic. Today, Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation is working at the forefront of pain management to change this stressful paradigm of care. Here’s how:

• Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation is now offering a revolutionary new treatment model for Ocean Township patient suffering from neck pain, back pain, auto accident injuries, sports injuries, and more. We have incorporated non-surgical medical care with a cutting-edge physical therapy practice. Additionally, patients can find healthy options for reducing pain, such as acupuncture, massage therapy, and chiropractic care.

• By locating the very best practitioners in each field, Monmouth Pain and Rehab removes the weight of responsibility from patients to search for effective care. We provide a space where patients’ only responsibility is to concentrate on getting well.

• The healthcare professionals in our office work in a cooperative environment; this boosts the effectiveness of rehabilitation programs simply because each treatment modality is working seamlessly with others.

• At Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation, our basic objectives are to help patients get out of pain and return to normal or enhanced functioning. We firmly believe in the body’s ability to heal itself, and work vigilantly to help patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and the overuse or abuse of painkilling medications.