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Rehabilitation – Northwest Grand Rapids

Find specialized rehabilitative care for adults in a comfortable outpatient setting conveniently located on Grand Rapids’ northwest side. Our expert clinicians provide active solutions for patients experiencing spine or joint pain, arthritis, headaches, balance disorders, stiffness or pain from an injury or following surgery. This office provides a valuable option for patients with high-deductible health…
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Woman Finds Relief from Fibromyalgia After Receiving Therapy at The Pain Center

  Brandi Czechowskyj, diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2008, suffered from overwhelming chronic pain and fatigue. “I wasn’t living,” Czechowskyj says. “I was just getting by. I was doing what I could to get through every minute of every day.” Even though her pain is not completely gone, Brandi is now able to enjoy her life….
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The Pain Center helps working mom find relief from stress headaches

For many folks, headaches are often more annoying than painful. But for Kathy Dahms, the pain of her constant headaches was enough to interfere with her daily routine and enjoyment of life. “I don’t remember what it felt like to not have a headache,” Kathy says after being treated at The Pain Center at Mary Free…
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Couple Stays Positive Through Life-Changing Events

It has been a rough journey for Hernan and Susan Murillo since moving to Grand Rapids in fall 2010. But their bright smiles and positive attitude would make you think otherwise. Shorty after their arrival to Michigan, Susan suffered a transient ischemic attack (TIA), also known as a mini-stroke. She was paralyzed for two weeks…
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Motivation during therapy: Returning to life without chronic pain

Research shows nearly everyone at some point in their lives will experience back pain that interferes with work, daily activities or recreation. In fact, back pain is the second most common reason people visit their doctor, and Americans spend $50 billion each year on this ailment. Carol Doubblestein experienced chronic back pain for more than…
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