Pain Management Care for the Disabled and Elderly in Ventura County
One of the challenges of aging is the increased level of pain in the body and slow healing processes. Many people are affected by various forms of pain and have difficulty living a normal lifestyle. Whether the pain develops naturally, is chronic, or is caused by injury or surgery, the pain management center at Oxnard Family Circle ADHC will provide quality services to manage and control pain for the disabled and elderly.
Our model programs are designed to meet the individual needs of the elderly, disabled and Veterans of Ventura County. We have been serving individuals living in Oxnard, Camarillo, Port Hueneme, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Westlake Village, Santa Paula, Fillmore and Ventura since 2002. Our multidisciplinary team of experts works with various physical, emotional and developmental challenges that result from aging. Pain, whether physical or emotional, is one of those challenges that cannot be left untreated.
The Oxnard Family Circle adult day health care center offers a community based day program that provides therapeutic and social services for any individual living with pain. Our pain management center in Ventura County is dedicated to improving the quality of life for adults with physical, emotional and developmental challenges.
Types of Pain Treated
The two major categories of pain are acute and chronic pain. Knowing which type of pain you or your loved one have will help determine the type of care that is necessary to use.
Acute Pain: Pain that results from an injury or surgery are examples of acute pain. This type of pain is generally temporary and will last for several minutes or several weeks. Acute pain goes away with natural healing and is treated with medication and therapy.
Chronic Pain: Chronic pain is a type of pain that remains beyond the time of normal healing. Chronic pain can result from an injury that did not allow proper healing. Arthritis, nerve damage and other illnesses such as cancer can cause chronic pain. This type of pain will last six months or longer and is generally found in the neck, lower back, and joins. Migraine headaches are also examples of chronic pain. Chronic pain requires special attention and a variety of treatment options are available for managing it.
Pain interferes with various aspects of one’s life. One’s physical, psychological and social capabilities are affected by pain which can ultimately cause depression and other problems. Controlling and managing pain is very important for the quality of life you live. Our pain management center in Ventura County works closely with the individual to control any type of pain while home caregivers are away or need respite care.
Pain Management Services In Ventura County Serving Elderly and Disabled Citizens
Our goal is to relieve or reduce certain types of pain in order to improve the quality of life for the individual. Our pain management services in Ventura County are designed to encourage healthy activities and eating habits to restore daily activities for the individual. Our treatments are non-surgical and are geared towards management and preventive care.
The following are some pain-related conditions we treat at our physical and occupational therapy departments:
- Head, neck and upper body pain
- Back and lower body pain
- Post-surgical pain
- Arthritis pain
The pain management center at Oxnard Family Circle is dedicated to offering physical and occupational therapy as a form of treatment for pain. We perform massage therapy, stretching, upper body exercises, modified yoga and other methods of therapy. We also work closely with the individual and family members to educate and assist with specialized pain related needs.
Why We Are Unique
Our medical day rehabilitation makes it possible to avoid post-hospitalization nursing home stays and reduces the risk of re-hospitalization.
- We are a day program, allowing patients to live in the comfort of their own home, while maintaining professional-quality healthcare monitoring and service during weekdays.
- Our exciting activities, which are designed to entertain, stimulate, and encourage socialization, are part of the major components of our medical day rehabilitation program.
- We provide two dietary meals per day
- We provide transportation to and from our Center
- We maintain contact with your physicians and notify them immediately of any changes of condition. We are ready to implement his or her orders without delay while at our center and monitor effectiveness and side effects.
As part of our Adult Day Care Services, we can offer therapy and monitoring of the following conditions per your doctor’s requirements
- Physical and Mental disabilities
- Speech and Swallowing impairment
- Congestive Heart Failure Monitoring
- Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care
- Post Heart Attack and Stroke Care
- Diabetic Care
- Other Disabilities and Illnesses