Functional Restoration Promotes a Better Quality of Life

For many people, their quality of life is lessened by chronic pain. You may have been in pain for years or have recently been injured. At RehabOne Medical Group, we participate in a specially designed functional restoration program for workers’ compensation patients. With functional restoration, you can stay active and develop the skills you need to manage chronic pain.

Personal plans to target your pain

Chronic pain issues can be rooted anywhere in your body, so your functional restoration plan needs to be tailored to your specific condition. We can help, whether you suffer from chronic pain located in your neck, shoulders, or back.

We can also help with pain in your joints caused by arthritis, nerve pain problems, and pain caused by other chronic conditions.

Our comprehensive approach takes your whole body into consideration. We rely on cutting-edge clinical research for proven outcomes.

Physical support to boost your health

When you're in pain, it can be easy to stop moving or lose some of your range of motion. We’ll help you regain muscle strength and flexibility. Getting in better shape can also help improve your balance and help protect you from falls.

In order to support you physically, functional restoration typically includes therapies, such as:

We may also suggest that you try an anti-inflammatory diet.

Other support to keep you moving

Living with a chronic pain condition means more than just maintaining good physical health. Looking after your emotional needs is a big key to increasing your quality of life after a chronic pain diagnosis. To keep you strong psychologically, we may recommend the following:

The right support for you

The team of practitioners at RehabOne Medical Group stand ready to help you achieve your quality-of-life goals through functional restoration. Our clinic locations in Los Gatos, San Jose, Gilroy, and Salinas, California, support both new and existing patients. We offer special functional restoration courses in:

When you begin your functional restoration journey, we’ll go over your medical history and examine you physically. We may need to order blood or imaging tests. We’ll then work with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan, emphasizing your ownership of your health goals and your ability to achieve them.

If you are a workers’ compensation patient and want to learn more about our functional restoration programs, give our office a call!

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