If you live in or around the New England regions of Southern New Hampshire and the Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts and suffer from a pain condition,
speak with your primary healthcare provider about Pain Management Centers of New England.
To meet the needs of the aging population, pain management has become an important part of modern medical practice. Both acute and chronic pain therapy has evolved into an interdisciplinary practice that combines the latest, most cutting-edge surgical procedures and the most advanced pharmacologic and injection therapies with complementary and alternative medicine, also known as CAM. Alternative pain management therapies & techniques such as reiki and massage therapy often provide an excellent complement to conventional acute and chronic pain therapy, and can be incorporated into a more comprehensive pain management program.
The Management Pain Centers of New England offer the ability to address your acute or chronic pain issues through an array of treatment options. Reiki centers focuses on the flow of energy in the body, with a holistic belief in the integration of physical, mental, and spiritual health. A Reiki practitioner places their hands on or above an energy source known as a chakra on their client to remove energy blockages and promote healing. Patients often find reiki reduces muscle tension and eases the sensation of pain.
Massage therapy is another excellent option. When used in a pain management context, massage therapy has the potential to decrease muscle tension, increase the flow of oxygen and blood, release endorphins (a natural painkiller), and reduce stress to promote healing and pain relief.
The decision to use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) may result from a specific diagnosis, or may be an option a patient elects to include in their acute and chronic pain therapy. The physicians and caring staff of Pain Management Centers of New England would be happy to discuss complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) as an alternative or complement to pharmacologic, rehabilitative and interventional methods of pain control.
For patients living in the north shore area of Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire, contact Pain Management Centers of New England today to learn more about our alternative pain management therapies & techniques.