Systematic, coordinated care sessions for clients experiencing functional limitations from persistent pain.
Seven Steps includes instruction in pain management techniques to:
- minimize pain triggers through posture control, body mechanics training, activity modifications and modalities.
- raise pain thresholds through breathing exercises, relaxation strategies, and training in exercise principles including stretching and stabilization.
Seven Steps is based on outcomes, not visits. One or all steps can be repeated until competency is achieved. Sessions are integrated as part of a client’s plan of care following initial evaluation. Group sessions are evidence-based and organized into modules to allow participants to self-pace in achieving learning outcomes. Steps provide instruction in breathing, relaxation, modalities, activity modification, postural control, basic stabilization, body mechanics, stretching, exercise, and self-care.
Warm Water Aquatic Therapy Pool on-site
Available for hourly rental to our patients.
NuStep Recumbent cross trainer
A gentle, individual conditioning option. Available by appointment.
Please give us a call at 541-683-6187 for more information about Seven Steps, Aquatic Therapy, and/or the NuStep.
Community Room – See what is going on!
Our clinic is located on the lower level of Willamette Medical Building and includes a wonderful space open for our patients and the public:
Living Well with Chronic Pain
Learn how to live a better life with Standford University’s free 6-week program.
Manage stress and improve ability to relax. Fight fatigue and frustration. Eat better and exercise safely. Control pain and improve activity. Improve communication with your health care provider and family. Solve problems and get the support you need. Call Pain Management Partners 541-682-4103 to register.
You will experience breathing techniques, restorative poses, and gentle yoga for rest and relaxation. Then, you will be guided through the Yoga Nidra meditation.
Pre-registration is required. Call for details.