Chronic Pain Rehabilitation
Find your path forward after chronic pain.
Founded on best practices, QLI’s revolutionary Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program incorporates not only the core medical and physical aspects of pain rehabilitation, but is also designed to teach practical pain management strategies to allow you to return to an active and productive life. QLI blends the best from medicine, education and psychology to create an individualized program that simultaneously promotes the healing of the body, mind and spirit.
QLI’s pain rehabilitation team works alongside our medical director and the client to develop a safe opioid tapering plan that is carefully monitored by 24-hour nursing support. Our clients consistently report decreased levels of pain with increased levels of activity after long-term opioids have been discontinued. The needs of every individual are met with patience and understanding, while continuously evaluating medications and nutrition as the program progresses. Our team of experts is skilled at managing pre-existing complex medical conditions as well as health issues that may arise during the medication weaning process
Driven by a physical therapist, our functional restoration approach is keenly focused on helping you restore normal movement patterns and reduce pain symptoms by improving joint function, strength and endurance. Each program is uniquely customized considering individual goals and interests. Our interdisciplinary rehabilitation team goes well beyond the walls of the therapy gym to restore functional physical activity and promote short-term gain AND long-term success.
Education and Life Path
Helping individuals with chronic pain build a sense of hope and optimism for the future while empowering them with a strong sense of control and active ownership in their care is the ultimate rehabilitative challenge. QLI’s experienced psychology team leads an aggressive, program-wide implementation of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT). These approaches develop healthy, rational thought patterns about managing pain without pharmacological intervention, allowing our clients to be encouraged about their future and finding their way back to a path in life that is both meaningful and productive.
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