RECOVERING FROM PAIN. HEALING FOR LIFE.
We believe that anyone suffering from chronic pain can be restored to a highly functional life with purpose and meaning as a result of the tools acquired at Roots Chronic Pain Recovery program (ROOTS-CPR). Our integrated chronic pain recovery program helps people reclaim their lives – from rehab to wellness – by reframing pain and removing the fear around it, restoring function, and improving quality of life.
ROOTS-CPR will guide you on your path to reclaiming your health with our carefully selected interdisciplinary team of compassionate leaders in modern pain care. Through education, movement and graded exposure, and cognitive approaches, you will have the tools and knowledge to take control of your life and thrive again.
Research shows that the best outcomes are achieved through an integrated approach to treating pain.
At ROOTS-CPR, your doctor visits, physical therapy sessions, pain recovery programming, therapy, and support team are all under one roof. That means the entire clinical team is working together and communicating regularly to ensure you are recovering from your pain, and helping you get back to the life you once had.
Language and meaning change our perception of the world, and we’ve been taught to fear pain.
An integral part of improving quality of life is changing the way you look at and talk about pain. Anyone dealing with persistent or chronic pain knows that fear plays a huge role in preventing us from ever truly healing. Understanding the source and cause of our pain, and understanding your true abilities and limitations through education is key to breaking down these walls.
Pain prevents us from engaging in the activities that fulfilled us — working, playing with our kids, being active, or even just getting out of bed.
Through movement-based therapies and graded exposure in our state-of-the-art facility, our doctor of physical therapy will help you get back to the life you once had.
Conceptualizing pain as an object or an experience, rather than something that we are subjected to, gives us the power to change how it affects us.
Pain is a function of our brain’s processing of billions of nerves and receptors in our body. ROOTS-CPR employs approaches like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Neurofeedback to restructure our perception of pain and allows you to start the healing process.
Mindfulness techniques have been proven to be one of the most effective ways to treat chronic or persistent pain.
ROOTS-CPR uses Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), an evidence-based approach developed specifically to help people use their own breathing and internal focus to lower stress and anxiety centered around the pain experience.
So you’re active and have changed the way you view and experience pain — now what? Work conditioning and aftercare are equally important steps to ensuring you are able to get back to work and that your progress is sustainable.
Our work conditioning program will support you in developing the strength and skills you need to perform your job duties and get you back to work — to your full potential.
We also provide continuing care after you complete the program to assist in the areas you may still need support, or to coach you on your home exercise plan. We are here for you.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU
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