Chronic Pain

Living with chronic pain can be incredibly challenging, impacting every aspect of your life. Fortunately, there are effective treatments that can help manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life. A combined approach of psychology and physiotherapy can help you manage chronic pain.

Psychology treatment can help you cope with the emotional impact of chronic pain, including depression, anxiety, and stress. A psychologist can help you learn strategies to manage the negative thoughts and emotions that can arise when dealing with chronic pain. They may use cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to help you develop coping skills and adjust your thinking patterns, improving your mood and overall mental health.

Physiotherapy is another essential component of chronic pain management. A physiotherapist can help you improve your mobility, flexibility, and strength through exercise prescription, and movement. They may also utilize specialized techniques such as manual therapy or electrotherapy to help relieve pain and improve function. Schroth therapy, a specific physiotherapy technique and pilates have also shown to help manage pain and improve posture in patients with chronic back pain and scoliosis.

At Berlin Medical and Neurological Rehabilitation, our team of highly qualified professionals work together to provide a comprehensive approach to chronic pain management. Our patients receive specialized physiotherapy treatment plans tailored to their individual needs and goals, incorporating exercises, education, and hands-on techniques to improve their physical health and reduce pain.

Our psychologists also provide a supportive and confidential environment where patients can learn how to manage the psychological impact of chronic pain, and develop a positive mindset to overcome the limitations that chronic pain can place on their life.

Living with chronic pain can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be a barrier to living a fulfilling life. With the right combination of psychology and physiotherapy treatment, you can learn to manage your symptoms, improve your quality of life, and regain control over your pain. Contact us today to book an appointment and start your journey to better health.