Over the last 13 years, we have treated men and women from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. Participants in our program include adult men and women in all stages of life, who have experienced unique individual pain histories. We have treated people of many vocations including patients who are working full-time, part-time, on disability, homemakers, retired, looking for work, or hoping to return to work. Taking into account the background and personal goals of each patient, treatment is focused on making improvements in functioning and pain management.
Patient and therapist outcome ratings demonstrate that we are successful in helping people with chronic pain to reach their treatment goals. Here are some details about the percentage of patients who improved following participation in treatment, based on information which we have collected in the last ten years:
Below are some details about the percentage of patients with work-related injuries who improved, based on information which was collected between 2004 and 2016:
Our patients are pleased with the services that we provide. 97% of the patients who completed treatment reported that they would refer a friend to the program. Patients were also highly satisfied with the program, given that the average rating for overall services was "4.7" out of 5, where a rating of 5 indicated "excellent".