What is considered chronic pain? Doctors say that any pain after an injury that lasts more than three to six months is considered chronic pain. This can be a serious issue as even when the injury is fully healed, the patient can still experience significant pain and discomfort. The symptoms can be anything from a dull ache to a sharp lasting pain that shoots through the body. Anyone who has experienced chronic pain can testify that it makes everything in life more difficult and can hurt a person’s quality of life in almost every way.

Here at Physio Health, we want to help you manage and even move past that lingering pain. We want you to be able to live a healthy, happy life again! Thus, we get to know you, get to know your injury, and get to know your pain. Once we determine what we think will be the best course of action for you, we will walk you through out intended treatment plan.

Some of our most common treatments for chronic pain are massage therapy, physiotherapy, and chiropractic treatment, but each patient is unique, so we use many other supplemental treatments to help maximize the results. Chronic pain is one of the hardest burdens to bear since it can seem like there’s no treatment for it. We want to help you overcome that belief and start finding solutions that actually work. Whether your pain comes from a specific injury, stress, an old wound that never healed correctly, or some other unknown source, we want you to find the relief you need.

Whatever your injury is, you shouldn’t have to suffer the pain of it any longer. Make an appointment with us so we can start helping you on the road to managing and hopefully recovering from chronic pain!

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