Chronic Pain and Physical Disability

Chronic pain and physical disability can have significant impact on an individuals quality of life.

An individual that is experiencing chronic pain needs to be an expert in their health to be able to best support themselves and navigate the health care system. 

Unfortunately, not in all cases is chronic pain well managed all of the time and there can be the need for multiple forms of support to allow a person to live their life in the best way possible. 

Therapy can be a positive experience for people with chronic pain issues to understand how they can be an expert in their own health, how to be an advocate for their health and for people with similar concerns, and how to address areas of their life with consideration of their employment, education, activities, and relationships.  

Chronic pain can be a part of or exclusive to physical disability. Sometimes people with physical disability have to manage significant chronic pain issues. At other times people with physical disability need help understanding their various abilities. 

Chronic pain can be a part of or exclusive to physical disability. Sometimes people with physical disability have to manage significant chronic pain issues. At other times people with physical disability need help understanding their various abilities. 

Physical disability translated to various abilities allows a person to assess their strengths and the areas they would like to improve that is not deficit based. 

Everyone has a gift and everyone has something to contribute. Given the best circumstances people with various abilities can live fulfilling lives that includes having employment, attaining education, enjoying activites and leisure, and having long lasting and full filling relationships. 

If you or someone you know has chronic health and/or physical disabilities and would like to live a higher quality of life therapy might help understanding what that would look life. Please call or email to see how we can help.