Allied Pain & Spine Institute Launches New Program to Help Injured Workers Return to Work

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 General News
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Allied Pain & Spine Institute in California has announced a new program to restore function to injured workers and help them return to their occupation. The FRP (Functional Restoration Program) includes three tiers of treatment, including medical treatment, pain psychology and therapy service.

SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dr. James Petros, Medical Director

of Allied Pain & Spine Institute is pleased to announce a brand new Functional Restoration Program (FRP) at his Bay Area clinic. The FRP is designed to help injured workers regain employment through a variety of customized treatment modalities, including medical treatment, pain psychology and therapy services.

As a leading physician with widespread expertise in pain management, chronic pain relief and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, Dr. Petros provides a tailored functional restoration program using an interdisciplinary and multifaceted approach. FRP from Dr. Petros can include medication optimization, cognitive behavioral therapy group, physical conditioning, vocational counseling, participant team meetings and more.

"Our mission is to provide an individual with the opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge, and behavioral changes necessary to avoid preventable complications and assume or re-assume primary responsibility for his or her physical and emotional well-being post-injury," says Dr. Petros, founder of Allied Pain & Spine Institute.

The brand new Functional Restoration Program will focus on increasing activities of daily living (ADL), as well as helping to shift the patient's outlook from disability to ability. The individual thereby maximizes functional independence and the pursuit of vocational and avocational goals, as measured by functional improvement.

Participants of FRP at Allied Pain & Spine Institute can expect professionalism, confidentiality and encouragement from the staff in a safe environment. FRP is offered on-campus from 9 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday. Depending on the individual's needs, programs can last 4 to 6 weeks.

More About Dr. James Petros, Medical Director of Allied Pain & Spine Institute:

Dr. James Petros is the founder of Allied Pain & Spine Institute, subspecializing in pain management and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. With his diverse professional and personal backgrounds, Dr. Petros has transcended the science of pain medicine and captured the art of its practice. His integrated approach and balanced understanding of injury and illness are testaments to his unique style. Dr. Petros is an accomplished clinician, researcher, author, and regional speaker in the areas of injury and functional rehabilitation. He also works with Boston Scientific in the area of pain management.

Dr. Petros reached the culmination of his medical education and training at Stanford University Medical Center, has received numerous honors and awards along his extensive journey. In the course of his budding professional career, Dr. Petros has already gained notable recognition from America's Top Physicians and the Who's Who registry for his work in pain care and rehabilitation.

To learn more about the FRP program or to schedule an appointment with Dr. James Petros, please visit or call one of his office locations in San Jose or Los Gatos, CA.


SOURCE Allied Pain & Spine Institute

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