There are many different things that can make recovery challenging. One of the most complicated parts of recovery for many people is pain management. Because pain is often something that leads to addiction, it can be extremely difficult to find alternatives to traditional pain treatment options that can still help you manage pain.
Learning to Manage Pain
Managing pain can be difficult if you’re in recovery. However, there are ways that you can manage pain without using prescription drugs. If you’re not sure which options are right for you, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team at Avalon Malibu. We have years of experience helping our clients manage pain and find options that will protect their recovery. Let’s go over a few different options that you can consider for pain management.
If you’re looking for a great pain management option, then a massage could be the right choice for you. Massage can be an excellent way to relieve pain and take care of your body. At Avalon Malibu, we strongly believe in the capabilities of massages; consider if they could be the right choice for you.
Did you know that therapy could help you with pain management? Taking care of your mental health can impact your physical health, so consider whether starting therapy is the right option. If you’re ready to start therapy, then consider if our center could be the right option for you.
We strongly believe in the importance of having a quality relapse prevention plan. When you have this type of plan, you can include your different pain management options and make sure that you know what options you can turn to in difficult moments. If you’re not sure how to start making a relapse prevention plan, then our staff can help you start the process and come up with a plan that makes sense for your situation.
If you’re struggling to stay sober, you’re not alone. There are many different things that can make sobriety difficult, including pain. If you want to form a plan for pain management, Avalon Malibu can help. You can give us a call at (844) 857-5992 to speak with a member of our staff who can book an appointment for you. We ensure that the intake process is as smooth as possible so that you can start working towards your sobriety goals and coming up with a plan for pain management.