We’re excited to share our partnership with Lin Health Medical Group

If you have …

  • chronic neck pain
  • chronic back pain
  • chronic regional pain syndrome
  • facial pain
  • fibromyalgia
  • irritable bowel syndrome
  • pelvic pain or pelvic floor dysfunction
  • TMJ

Then a treatment based in the latest pain neuroscience may be an important part of your care plan. Sometimes, when you live with chronic pain, the “volume” of pain in the brain gets turned way up. Your pain can both be very real but also “louder” than it needs to be.

You might wonder what neuroscience could have to do with pain. And the answer lies in the fact that chronic pain is very different than acute pain.

It’s easy to begin working with a pain recovery coach via telehealth AND this program is now covered by many commercial insurances and Medicare! Ask your Lowell Pain Center provider to find out more about this exciting program.

Curious what brain-first therapy sounds like? Check out these FREE introductory videos that will help you understand what pain is and what you can do to recover.