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  • Interdisciplinary Pain Rehabilitation Program

    A person-centered interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program utilizes a collaborative, interdisciplinary team to address the needs of persons with persistent pain. Using a biopsychosocial approach, treatment is individualized and focuses on the ability of the person served to self-manage symptoms, improve function, engage in life roles, and experience an improved quality of life. The program as needed addresses chronic opioid use for pain management. The program demonstrates the commitment, capabilities, and resources to maintain itself as a specialized rehabilitation program for persons with persistent pain.

    The program encourages appropriate use of healthcare systems and services by the persons served and their families/support systems and supports their efforts to promote personal health and wellness and improve quality of life throughout their life span. The program provides information, services, and resources to enhance the lives of the persons served within their families/support systems, communities, and life roles.

    The program utilizes current research and evidence to provide effective rehabilitation and supports future improvements in care by advocating and participating in pain research. The interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program advocates on behalf of persons who have persistent pain to stakeholders such as regulators, legislators, educational institutions, research funding organizations, payers, and the community at large.

    Note: A program seeking accreditation as an interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program must include in the survey application and the site survey all portions of the program that the organization provides and that meet the program description. 

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