You Need a Team of Supporters

How and Why You Should Create a Supportive Provider Network

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In case you haven’t heard the buzz – we recently added both a massage therapist and a licensed mental health therapist! We’ve been committed to multidisciplinary care from the beginning and now we have it in house. Multidisciplinary care is important for whole body healing, especially for chronic pain. 

1. Less Pain

Research tells us that those who receive multidisciplinary biopsychosocial rehabilitation experience less pain when compared to those who receive only physical care. What does that mean? We have to treat your whole body, not just your physical symptoms.

2. Less Disability

Research also tells us that multidisciplinary biopsychosocial rehabilitation is correlated with less disability (aka less difficulty living everyday life). It’s also been correlated with greater ability to maintain work status and higher function. Fabulous things for getting your life back!

3. Better Outcomes

Get back to feeling like yourself by diversifying your team. Chronic pain is best treated with a multidisciplinary approach. We’re here to help with 3 different disciplines to help you move forward. We also have a network of like minded providers to refer out when we can’t cover all of your needs. We’re here for you and your healing, whatever and whomever it takes.

Creating a team of trusted providers can create better outcomes. You deserve to live your best life; to feel strong and energetic and vibrant.

We can help. We would be honored to be part of your team.


Kamper SJ, Apeldoorn AT, Chiarotto A, Smeets RJ, Ostelo RW, Guzman J, van Tulder MW. Multidisciplinary biopsychosocial rehabilitation for chronic low back pain. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2014 Sep 2;(9):CD000963.

Guzman J, Esmail R, Karjalainen K, Malmivaara A, Irvin E, Bombardier C. Multidisciplinary bio-psycho-social rehabilitation for chronic low back pain. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2002;(1):CD000963.