There are a number of psychological factors that can contribute to chronic pain. Stress, anxiety, and depression are all common contributors, as are negative thoughts and beliefs about pain. Psychological interventions can help address these factors and improve chronic pain management. A psychologist can assist in managing chronic pain through a variety of methods, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), relaxation techniques, and positive thinking. Our psychologists at Human Integrated Performance can work with individuals struggling with chronic pain to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets their needs.
Don’t let chronic pain control your life. Get the treatment you need at our multidisciplinary clinic. Our physiotherapists and massage therapists can help with injury recovery, and if full recovery isn’t possible, we’ll help you manage your physical pain. Contact us to book in to see a psychologist, physiotherapist, or massage therapist.