Pain Management Techniques and Support

Pain Management Techniques, Columbia Treatment Center (CTC)

Pain management is important for ongoing pain control. A complete assessment will determine what method of treatment will best relieve your pain. Your doctor may prescribe medication or recommend other treatments such as physical therapy and psychotherapy or all of the above. Get assistance | Choose a support option

How Pain Management Works

At Columbia Treatment Center, we offer you support, education and treatment through individualized pain management support programs.

Among other things, we:

  • Explain the difference between the body’s physical dependence on medication and addiction
  • Help you recognize the symptoms of potential addiction
  • Reduce pain
  • Teach ways to reduce anxiety and depression that can accompany pain
  • Offer understanding so you don’t feel so alone and misunderstood

Litsa Williams, LCSW-C, Mental Health and Substance Abuse CounselorPain does not have to define you. There are complimentary approaches that work alongside your pain medication, and also alternative treatments without medication to support you.

Choose a Pain Management Support Option

We’ll help you find the right support option for you.  Call us or videoconference with us on Zoom!

Substance Abuse Evaluations

Get a comprehensive evaluation with our Master’s level therapists. Learn more

Recovery Support

Treat addiction to pain medication in a nurturing environment. Learn more

Psychotherapeutic Approaches

Manage anxiety and depression (which can often accompany pain) through counseling. Learn more

Complementary & Alternative Therapy

Reduce your pain level with the help of non-pharmaceutical approaches. Learn more

Marijuana Education Program (Operation Impact)

Get accurate information about marijuana use. Sign up for Operation Impact

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Set up a Zoom call with our counselors to discuss what's best for you. Call 410-730-1333 today to learn more.