Nestled barrier-style between the Atlantic Ocean to the east and a river to the west, Sea Bright provides the opportunity to live in a close-knit community where—as in the past—neighbors know each other’s names and faces are familiar. While the pace of life may change with the summer season, one thing remains: people and families are at the heart of Sea Bright’s year-round community feeling.
Our pain management and rehabilitation facility is dedicated to helping Sea Bright pain patients find relief from suffering, illness, and disability. We believe not only in compassionate care, but also in finding ways to help patients without inflicting further damage on the body through unhealthy practices.
While other medical offices may be quick to suggest traumatic (possibly unnecessary) surgeries or the long-term use of painkilling medications, Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation works tirelessly to find real solutions to painful conditions, solutions that boost (not degrade) the health of the body.
The following is a list of some of the injuries/illnesses/conditions treated at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation.
Our office is able to provide rehabilitation for a wide variety of concerns because we offer so many treatment options in one location. This was an intentional move that allows us to provide multi-disciplinary, integrated care in a way that is less stressful for suffering patients. It is no longer necessary to drive to two or more offices to see your Medical Doctor, acupuncturist, physical therapist, or chiropractor. Because all of our healthcare practitioners are in one place, we are able to collaborate on a daily, face-to-face basis, making for the most cohesive and successful plans of pain management possible.
We’re excited to be at the forefront of a new movement in pain management, one which uses a multi-disciplinary system of care to provide thoughtful, well-planned programs of pain management so that patients do not undergo unwarranted and preventable surgeries or inflict damage on their bodies with painkillers.
Let’s keep in mind that pain itself is bad for the body, particularly when it is excessive or prolonged. Chronic pain is difficult to treat and yet it is often preventable when acute pain is addressed correctly and promptly. It may also affect quality of life by disrupting sleep, causing depression, and eventually leading to serious conditions including heart disease. It’s important to take pain seriously and find healthy solutions as soon as possible.