Medical Expenses

I have been dealing with my illness since I was 17 years old.  I suffer from endometriosis, fibromyalgia, migraines-which I have to get Botox injections.chronic pelvic floor pain, and now spinal cord narrowing.  All of these conditions result in multiple chronic pain and this is where the rehabilitation program comes in.
I am asking for help to help medical cost that won't be covered by insurance, travel cost, and hotel stay for 4weeks, the clinic does not provide any room accommodations. 

What to Expect
What does the Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program involve?
The Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program is an all-day program with active treatment Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.. Evenings are spent at home or at other available lodging.

We create an individualized plan for each person. However, general components of the program include the following:

Treatment directed by pain management physicians, nurses and therapists
Daily physical and occupational therapy exercise classes and individual sessions as appropriate
Medication management (typically weaning off unhelpful medications and trying non-addicting medications for chronic pain)
Biofeedback training
Cognitive behavioral therapy
Psychotherapies to improve coping, and reduce the anxiety and depression that can result from pain and disability
Vocational rehabilitation
Chemical dependency education, if indicated
Family education and counseling (family participation on certain days is an important requirement, not option)
Relaxation training, including breathing and mindfulness techniques
Aquatic therapy
How long does the Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program take?
Most people who are seriously disabled and suffering from chronic pain require time to be able to function well and begin to feel joyous and productive. Such a dramatic change does not occur overnight. Thus, the program is 3-4 weeks in duration, with minimum duration being three weeks. Of course, this treatment is only a start, and working to maintain wellness will need to become a way of life for benefits to endure.

Aftercare services
After completing the Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program, patients are encouraged to continue with follow-up services. Aftercare programs include free monthly relapse prevention and coping skills groups. CPRP graduates can also schedule office visits for medication management during aftercare programming days.


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