Center for Pain Rehabilitation
The Center for Pain Rehabilitation provides a continuum of care within Rehabilitation Services to address the physical, psychological, social and/or vocational functioning of persons served.
Patients served include those with cervical pain, thoracic and lumbar pain, headaches (migraine, muscle contraction, cluster, post concussion syndrome), pain associated with cancer, musculoskeletal pain, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, myofascial pain and more.
The Center for Pain Rehabilitation is well equipped with a complete circuit of fitness machines and aerobic exercise equipment and a full gym of job simulation equipment.
- Reduce or eliminate the use of nonessential medications
- Increase physical strength, flexibility and endurance
- Obtain the physical and psychological methods needed to decrease and manage pain
- Decrease the need for optional health care services
- Return to work
- Regain control over pain that has been controlling your life
Pain Management Services
Services include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Vocational Rehabilitation / Work Adjustment Counseling
- Case Management
- Counseling Services (group and individual) provided by The Medical College of Wisconsin on-site at North Hills Health Center
- Job Task Simulation
- Conditioning / Fitness
- Injury Prevention Education
- Body Mechanics Instruction
- On-site Job Analysis / Ergonomics Consultation
- Functional Capacity Evaluations
North Hills Health Center
W129 N7055 Northfield Drive, Building B
Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm
The Center for Pain Rehabilitation is located at North Hills Health Center, located near Appleton Avenue and Good Hope Road in Menomonee Falls. This convenient location offers patients easy access to our new, modern facility with ample free parking.
North Hills Health Center is a multi-specialty medical clinic located at W129 N7055 Northfield Drive. The services at the Medical Commons are offered through a unique partnership between Community Memorial Hospital and Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is “chronic pain?”
Chronic pain is pain that is not necessarily connected with an identifiable physical condition, pain for which there is no obvious treatment, and pain which is long-term, lasting well beyond the expected healing period for the initial condition.
Q: Why do I need to work with so many different professionals on the treatment team?
A key part of the definition of chronic pain is its significant negative impact on a person’s life. Major lifestyle changes that could result include loss of employment, less satisfying relationships with friends and family, decreased activity and a range of psychological changes which may include depression, loss of self-confidence and abuse of drugs to manage pain symptoms. Our team will address your pain issues from a physical perspective, but will also assist you in managing other areas affected by your pain issues.