Integrated Pain Management provides a new innovative approach to the assessment, treatment and management of pain.

It is designed to enhance current treatment models by incorporating a range of nonpharmacological modalities, such as physiotherapy and  massage, into the routine care of pain patients with the goal of lessening pain and improving function and quality of life.

Integrative pain practices have showed the greatest efficacy in evidence-based studies for a variety of conditions, specifically chronic low pack pain, neuropathic pain, postsurgical pain, headaches and fibromyalgia.