Comprehensive Pain Center
What is the Comprehensive Pain Center
- Fellowship-trained pain physicians
- Behavioral Health psychologists
- Physical therapists
What conditions we treat
How we treat painful conditions
- Physical symptoms
- Cognition (thoughts)
- In-depth evaluation of pain history and previous treatments
- Review of current medications and treatments
- Physical therapy
- Pain psychology
- Minimally invasive procedures (injections and procedures)
Pain Management Specialist
Evaluate your pain condition and develop a treatment plan. Treatment plans may consist of medication changes, pain procedures, physical therapy and, pain psychology.
Pain Management Resources
Evaluates and addresses any potential psychological barriers to recovery and help you develop better pain coping skills and strategies. Treatment focuses on thought processes, behavior skills, relationships and emotions that affect and are affected by chronic pain. This includes both individual and group cognitive behavior therapy.
- Clinical psychologist: L. Dean Poppe, PhD
Evaluates and addresses any potential barriers to successful rehabilitation and recovery. The physical therapist will emphasize patient choice and guide you in therapeutic exercise and instruct you on home exercise programs. Treatment focuses on self-management techniques for each patient's chronic painful condition.
New patients will need a referral. Ask your provider if a referral to the Comprehensive Pain Center is right for you. The Comprehensive Pain Center is now open to patients receiving care outside of The Everett Clinic.