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Chronic Pain & Illness

The terms chronic pain and illness refer to persistent pain or sickness that lasts for an extended period, typically beyond the expected time for healing. It can result from various conditions or injuries and may persist for months or even years. These conditions often become a complex, ongoing medical issue that can significantly impact an individual's daily life, functionality, and overall well-being.

Living with chronic pain or a chronic illness can take a toll on mental health. The persistent nature of these conditions can lead to emotional distress, anxiety, depression, and feelings of isolation. The challenges of managing symptoms, coping with lifestyle changes, and the uncertainty of long-term health impacts can contribute to a decline in mental well-being.

Chronic pain and illness can disrupt daily activities, limit social interactions, and affect one's sense of identity and purpose. Additionally, the constant need for medical attention and potential limitations in physical abilities can lead to feelings of frustration, hopelessness, and fatigue.

How Does Chronic Pain or Illness Impact Mental Health? 

How Can Therapy Help With Chronic Pain/Illness?

How Can We Help? 

Our therapists are trained, experienced, and certified in working with chronic pain and illness. We offer individual therapy, group therapy, and occupational therapy to engage you as a whole-person while you work towards self-regulating. 

Issues with chronic pain and illness can impact your daily life. Our therapists are ready to provide you with the tools you need to ease the chaos inside you and help guide you to a more regulated "in-tune" you. 


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112 S Maple St 

Murfreesboro, TN, 37130




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