What you are thinking, the emotions you are feeling, and the things you are doing all influence how pain is processed in the brain. CBT is a therapy that uses thoughts, feelings and behaviors as tools for decreasing pain and improving function.
This ancient treatment uses tiny needles to help re-balance the flow of energy through the body as a means of reducing symptoms such as pain.
Acceptance & commitment therapy
At times you may need to accept that pain will be along for the ride; but it does not need to completely derail all that you value. ACT, a variant of CBT, focuses heavily on doing the things that are meaningful to you despite the presence of pain.
PT focuses on the physical body as a source of nociception and uses a broad range of techniques to diminish nociception and subsequently pain.
This ancient treatment uses physical movement to help re-balance the flow of energy through the body as a means of reducing symptoms such as pain and enhancing general health.
This ancient treatment uses physical movement and posture/positioning as a means of reducing symptoms such as pain and to enhance general health
Occupational therapy (OT) focuses on improving functional status even though some pain may be persistent. OT uses a broad range of techniques so that you can learn how to do the things you need to do safely even though you may have pain.
Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy
Emotionally upsetting events may not get fully resolved and as such, they may continue to influence (worsen) the processing of nociception into pain. EAET focuses on resolving past emotionally charged events so that they stop influencing current pain experiences.