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Pain and Palliative Care for Patients
Having cancer doesn’t always mean that you will have pain. Whether you have chronic pain related to cancer or other illnesses, or a sudden, unexpected, acute pain that happens as a side effect of treatment, we can help provide relief. We provide many proven, safe, and natural treatment options to help relieve your pain and restore your quality of life.
Aches and pains are your body’s signals to tell you that something is wrong. With that said, you should let your healthcare provider know if you’re experiencing pain or if there are any changes to your current pain. It is important to let your doctor know if your pain medications are working so they can make adjustments to them if necessary. Managing your pain is the goal of the integrative, alternative, and holistic approach to healthcare.
Palliative care is a form of specialized care that focuses on improving the quality of life for anyone who has a serious illness, including those with cancer. It’s appropriate for people of all ages and at any stage of illness. Palliative care is about providing relief from symptoms, pain, and stress that may be associated with a health condition.
Our team works with you, as well as with your other healthcare providers, to help you achieve the best possible health outcomes during your treatment.
Alternative Care That Addresses Body, Mind, and Soul
Our multidisciplinary approach takes into account multiple facets of pain management. From pain assessment to treatment, we’ll provide you with the highest level of care possible. We offer several complementary therapies, such as stress management and acupuncture. Additionally, we have special machines such as the Vibronic energizer, CRA, laser, QRS, Infrared light, etc. that can help with the pain.
Palliative care seeks to decrease your pain, improve your quality of life, and provide support for your family by focusing on your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. This alternative care is appropriate at any stage of illness and for any diagnosis.
Learn more about our pain control services. Contact a member of our pain management team for an appointment today.