Pain management cannot be done in isolation. It has to be accompanied by proper rehabilitative services that allow the patient to re-enter normal life with ease and without pain. Pain impacts all aspects of a person's life and can be a crippling force. Therefore, it needs to be combated from all sides. Pain or disability need not take control of the patient's life. After pain management procedures and interventional pain care, pain management specialists advise patients to go for rehabilitation. It facilitates their re-entry into life and day-to-day activities.
Rehabilitation involves physiotherapy, cognitive and behavioral counseling for the patient and the family, managing medication and prescribed regular exercise that is often recommended to be done under supervised conditions.