A Team Approach

Dr. James H. Gruft discusses the team approach, and how working together helps to ensure a better outcome.

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Comprehensive Pain Management

The most important issue in pain management is a focus on managing chronic pain symptoms as opposed to forcing a “quick fix” or masking symptoms without addressing their root and meaning.

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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy (PT) programs provide services that help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or disease.

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Meet Our Team

Meet Dr. Gruft and the From Pain to Wellness staff, learn about our services, and get the help you need.

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Treating Sleep Dysfunction

According to a recent study published in the Journals of Gerontology, approximately 3 out of 5 aging adults experience some form of sleep dysfunction. We can help you!

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Nutrition Is Medicine

High-quality dietary nutrients can alter the way our genes do their job while insufficient nutrient-intake due to a poor diet can be a serious risk factor for a number of diseases.

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Types of Chronic Pain

Types of Chronic Pain

Pain that has continued for more than six months is generally classified as chronic pain.

There are various types of chronic pain – each is unique, and each must be addressed uniquely through treatment.

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From Pain Games To Goals

It is well into 2015, take a moment and reflect.

If you make resolutions for this year, what were they?

Are you maintaining them?

Resolutions really break down to goals about how we want to live our lives better. If you suffer from chronic pain then you may be currently seeking a goal of getting on the track of pain management.

Healing, living, loving, being, and doing: these are the primary interests of people managing their pain. Chronic pain can prevent us from doing some of these everyday elements of life. It is important to have goals in mind when you are beginning your path in Pain Management.

 Goals are person-specific.

The importance of setting goals is clear: it gives everyone a direction in which to go and by which success can be measured. People suffering from chronic pain often have tremendous difficulty communicating their wants, needs and desires to others. In most cases, the experience of pain is a signal that is no longer based on injury. The focus of pain management is, therefore not to cure our pain. It is to heal, in the greater sense of the word.

It doesn’t matter where we start with goals; it just matters that we start.

We can help you achieve your goals, you are not alone!





Author’s note: The advice/recommendations contained herein are an adjunct to, not a substitute for, regular medical therapy. If you have health problems please consult your physician for treatment of your condition(s). The recommendations contained in these blogs are based on the latest scientific information. Science is always evolving, however, and further understanding of medical nutritional therapy may lead to changes in the recommendations we make here.