Life after entering recovery involves much more than abstaining from drugs and alcohol. It is about changing the person’s lifestyle so they can function in their everyday life without the need of substances.
Lyndzie Jackson PT, DPT explains that you can implement some practical changes into your lifestyle to help you better manage your chronic pain on a day-to-day basis; although, a multidisciplinary treatment approach - like Recovia - is the best way to manage chronic pain. View the Full Article Here.
Are you struggling with chronic pain, mental health, or substance use and everything else has failed, or don’t know where to start? There is hope. Recovia offers an outpatient functional restoration program that is specifically tailored to your needs with a goal of reducing pain and improving mental and physical function.
Recovia's Director of Clinic Leadership, Evan Espinosa, Psy.D, went LIVE on 1100 KFNX - The Pulse of Arizona with Carol Blonder. Evan discussed Recovia's integrated biopsychosocial model, what makes us unique, and the different types of chronic pain.
Millions of Americans suffer from chronic pain, substance abuse and dependency on prescription medications. In Phoenix and Tucson, Recovia offers a variety of recovery programs and professional support to contribute to the long-term success of those who are suffering from addiction, pain and mental health issues. Recovia launched in 2015, and its programs are based on an interdisciplinary treatment model that combines medical, behavioral and holistic treatments, including physical therapy and rehabilitation, family and nutrition counseling, yoga and lifestyle evaluation and development.
Recovia's Program Director and Psychologist, Devin Lincenberg and Director of Clinical Operations, Erica Carreon sit down with AZTV Daily Mix's Brad Perry.
BY LYNDZIE JACKSON, PT, DPT. One of the most troubling aspects of this decade has been the worsening state of the opioid epidemic in the United States. Therefore, treating opioid addiction is a major concern.
Lyndzie Jackson, PT, talks about how the group has integrated physical therapy into its approach.By Jenny Diedrich An Arizona-based outpatient treatment system, Recovia, is seeing great success with an innovative way to help patients with opioid addiction. Recovia’s integrated approach focuses on physical therapy as one of its main treatment methods to address prescription medication dependency, misuse of other substances and chronic pain.