Valley Forge Medical Center has become the First Addiction-Free Pain Management® Center of Excellence in their new chronic Pain Management program. In addition to addiction specific treatment, Valley Forge Medical Center (VFMC) offers Chronic Pain Management (CPM) services developed specifically for those patients suffering from co-occurring issues of chronic pain and substance abuse and/or addiction. Many of the VFMC staff have been trained by Dr. Grinstead in the Addiction-Free Pain Management® system and are implementing this model to provide positive outcomes for their chronic pain patients. You can reach them by calling Toll-Free (888) 539-8500.
The American Academy of Pain Management is the largest multidisciplinary pain society and largest physician based pain society in the United States. The Academy is a nonprofit multidisciplinary credentialing society providing credentialing to practitioners in the area of pain management.
The nation's medical specialty society dedicated to educating physicians and improving the treatment of individuals suffering from alcoholism and other addictions, including those with pain and addiction.
The American Society for Pain Management Nursing is an organization of professional nurses dedicated to promoting and providing optimal care of individuals with pain, including the management of its sequelae. This is accomplished through education, standards, advocacy, and research.
The Bridge to Recovery - celebrating over 40 years of providing Excellence in Codependency Treatment. We are a 16 to 90 day residential facility that is ideal for anyone who is addicted to a person, substance or process. Individuals who were reared in stressful, painful or troubled environment in early life. People who have suffered major losses (death, deprivation or divorce). Those who are being, or have been subjected to emotional repression spiritual, psychological, physical, or sexual abuse. People who need relief from the debilitating aspects of shame and self doubt. Those who want to identify recurring problems in their lives that threaten their sobriety or their personal well-being and that of their loved ones. People who want to attain mature coping skills and recognize that compulsive behavior is behavior-without-choice and that, in order to maintain a stable recovery, they need to find a spiritual solution.
CPA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others recover from the disabling effects of chronic pain and chronic illness. We believe that changing attitudes can aid recovery. The only requirement for membership is a desire to recover from the emotional and spiritual debilitation of chronic pain or chronic illness. There are no dues or fees for CPA membership.
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Dancing with Pain® offers educational seminars, movement workshops, and community forums that help individuals navigate through the world of chronic pain and discover natural pain relief.
DARS is a no-cost public benefit service designed to help addicts and their families that offers a comprehensive network of treatment referrals for substance abuse, dual diagnosis, chronic relapse clients, chronic pain, trauma disorders, eating disorders, interventionists, specialty programs and various behavioral health programs. 800-515-3277
Striving to provide free resources to the public, reduce the stigma associated with addiction and support independent programs that maintain a standard of excellence throughout all services provided. We are dedicated to finding placement for all those in need of treatment. 866-418-1397
The home of Terence T. Gorski and the CENAPS® Training Team. Visit here for information on training and consultation services for recovery and relapse prevention issues for addiction and the related mental disorders, personality disorders, and lifestyle problems.
Life management and support for people living with Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain, or Disability. This site also offers education, consultation, pamphlets, articles and E-books.
Founded in 1973, IASP brings together scientists, clinicians, health care providers and policy makers to stimulate and support the study of pain and to translate that knowledge into improved pain relief worldwide. Currently, IASP has more than 6,300 members from 108 countries and in 69 chapters.
Our mission is to offer effective and stimulating training opportunities that respond to the ever changing needs of counselors, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, medical doctors, teachers and mental health professionals.
We strive to provide proven training methods that focus on practical interventions and increased skill development. Course instructors are recognized in their respective fields as world-class presenters. Our instructors are selected not only for their knowledge, but also for their ability to present course material in an engaging and stimulating manner.
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Chronic pain conditions require a multifaceted approach to treatment. PaRC's Pain Recovery Program addresses the bio-psycho-social factors that contribute to chronic pain. We teach patients physical, mental and behavioral techniques that assist them in living life fully and achieving pain relief and management without reliance on addictive medications.
MPMC specializes in injuries and disease of the back such as work related injuries, persistent back pain before and after surgery, degenerative disc disease, spinal arthritis, disease of the facet joints, injury to muscles or ligaments or pinched nerves in the neck and back. We treat Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (RSD), Peripheral Neuropathy and pain associated with vascular conditions.
Welcome to NCADD-Sacramento online. "Our mission is to promote public understanding that alcoholism and drug dependence are treatable and preventable diseases." Here, you can learn more about the true nature of addiction. Whether you are struggling with this problem yourself, want guidance on how to handle this problem with someone you care about, or need to keep informed of the newest scientific developments, local resources or best practices, we are glad you found us.
NCCAM is dedicated to exploring complementary and alternative healing practices in the context of rigorous science; training complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) researchers; and disseminating authoritative information to the public and professionals.
The National Fibromyalgia Association (previously known as the National Fibromyalgia Awareness Campaign) is a [501(c) 3] nonprofit organization whose mission is: To develop and execute programs dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with fibromyalgia.
PainPathways is the first, only and ultimate pain magazine. Dr. Richard Rauck, a leading expert in pain management, created PainPathways to connect and inspire people who live with pain, both personally and professionally, offering in-depth information on new treatments, integrative therapies and current research.
Potentials Unlimited is the largest producer of Subliminal Persuasion® Self- Hypnosis Tapes, MP3s, CDs in the world. I.M.P.A.C.T Publishing offers over 160 Subliminal Persuasion® Self-Hypnosis Cassettes, MP3s & CDs. The words, "Hello, Greetings, and Welcome" have been heard by millions of people all over the world. They are the words and voice of Barrie Konicov, creator of these incredible programs.
Ours is a fellowship of recovering couples. We suffer from many addictions and dysfunctions, and we share our experience, strength, and hope with each other that we may solve our common problems and help other recovering couples restore their relationships. The only requirement for membership is the desire to remain committed to each other and to develop new intimacy.
Recovery Today is a print and online resource for topics focusing on addiction and recovery. Recovery Today is a publication of the Institute of Chemical Dependency Studies and was first published in 1995; we continue to be a leading resource for all addiction and recovery topics.
Scripps McDonald Center is a nationally recognized organization dedicated to treating alcohol and drug abuse. The center provides a healing environment—people needing help and their families receive the tools and support they need to rebuild their lives.
Terry Gorski's Addiction & Clinical Development Website is designed to keep decision makers, program managers and clinicians up-to-the-minute on new developments regarding the Gorski-CENAPS® Model of Treatment.
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