Knowledge is power: when it comes to treating illness and injury, understanding the conservative pain management process is the first step. Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation is prepared to offer the very best in non-surgical medical care along with physical therapy, acupuncture, and chiropractic treatment.
While pain can be extremely unpleasant (and even immobilizing) it is an important warning sign that some form of injury has occurred or that illness is present in the body. It is often the motivating factor that helps us to avoid or withdraw from damaging activities or situations. When pain does not subside, it provides the stimulus necessary to seek help in order to maintain the health of the body.
Unfortunately, pain management is often a stressful process that, in some cases, actually inflicts further damage on the body. For example, long-term drug use to manage pain is not only an intuitively poor choice, but it also hurts the body while ignoring the cause of pain. For some patients (particularly those with back pain) unnecessary and traumatic surgeries are on the rise, despite proof that many back pain surgeries are ineffective.
Another downside to the typical pain management process is that it requires a great deal of effort to locate the best medical and healthcare practitioners. Often, patients are forced to drive between several offices in order to be seen by a doctor, to complete programs of physical therapy, and to find other healthy pain management options such as acupuncture or chiropractic care.
Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation is changing this stressful and sometimes ineffective paradigm of care by locating and retaining the very best practitioners in all fields—medical, physical therapy, chiropractic, and acupuncture. In addition, because all of our pain management modalities work together in a cooperative environment, we are able to provide the most effective and conservative pain management strategies possible.
At Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation, we provide the best in healthy, effective, and conservative pain management strategies for neck pain, back pain, auto accident injuries, sports injuries, and many other conditions.