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San Jose Pain Management
San Jose Pain Management

San Jose Pain Management for Chronic Conditions

Many people who take narcotic medications for pain management and to control chronic conditions such as anxiety and insomnia fear there’s no alternative. It’s common for those who suffer from chronic conditions to feel trapped in their addictions. Many people put off addiction treatment because they believe that living with an unmanageable addiction to prescription medication beats the alternative of living with debilitating pain, fear, and/or insomnia.

Wellness Retreat Recovery Center specializes in treating clients with chronic conditions. We work with a variety of hand-picked physician specialists who understand that your chronic condition is a huge concern, and also that your condition must be managed in order for you to remain sober. Our program was designed to integrate the medical services provided by our pain managementphysician partners with our holistic, multi-dimensional addiction treatment services. This inclusive structure ensures that our clients achieve a quality of life most never thought possible.

A phenomenon named opiate-induced hyperalgesia is usually responsible for increased pain over time as a result of long-term use of opiates. Long-term opiate use results in an increase in the pain signals transmitted to the brain. The long-term opiate user then experiences pain in parts of the body that are not actually in pain. The best news is that most of our clients are astonished to find that their pain levels significantly diminish once they are no longer abusing prescription medication.

Our clients graduate from our program with effective solutions because we offer so many avenues to wellness. With the help of our physician partners, we’ll work tirelessly to craft your personal wellness solution.

You don’t have to live with your addiction just because you have a chronic condition. Relief starts here.

pain managementOur clients detoxify safely and comfortably in luxurious private accommodations with the expert personalized services of our physician partners. To learn more about detoxing at Wellness Retreat Recovery Center check out our Drug and Alcohol Detox page.

To learn more about our holistic, luxury addiction treatment program, check out our Addiction Treatment Program Services & Activities page.

Medications commonly abused for Pain Management:

Vicodin Valium Soma
Ativan Percocet Fentora (Fentanyl)
Klonopin (clonazepam) Xanax (alprazolam) Opana (oxymorphone)
Adderal Lunesta Ritalin
Ambien OxyContin Sonata
Codeine Morphine Methadone
Oxycodone RoxiContin Lortab
Lorcet Dilaudid Darvocet
Demerol Dexedrine Concerta

Pain Management Treatment at Wellness Retreat Recovery Center

Our addiction treatment program can help you overcome your need for pain management medications. During your stay with us, you will go through the detoxification process in a safe and secure environment under the supervision of our highly trained clinicians and doctors. Once you are no longer physically dependent on narcotics, we can address your psychological addiction in individual and group therapy. Through therapy, you will learn new and effective coping skills to help manage stressful and triggering situations that you will encounter once you leave rehab.

pain managementAt Wellness Retreat Recovery Center, we understand that each person has their own unique history and experiences. It is because of this that our San Jose rehab offers an individualized treatment plan, developed after an initial assessment with your needs in mind. This includes what FDA-approved medications you might need during detox and which therapies will work best for you. As you progress through treatment and begin to achieve your recovery goals, your plan can be adjusted as needed.

We know that fighting an addiction is scary and uncomfortable, but you are not alone. We will be there with you every step of the way. If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction to prescription medications due to chronic pain and pain management, call Wellness Retreat today.


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