Chronic Pain Services
Alternate names: (Previous names: Chronic Pain Centre Services)
Helps people find ways to manage chronic pain (e.g., musculoskeletal, neuropathic, pelvic, or headache pain).
Clients take part in their treatment by going to education sessions, setting goals, and exercising. Other options to manage pain include anesthetic procedures (e.g., nerve blocks) and neuromodulation (e.g., stimulators, pumps).
This service also works with the Living Well program to offer education sessions in the community.
- have had the pain problem for 6 months or longer
- have a family doctor prepared to work closely with the treatment team and provide follow-up
- are in stable medical condition
- are cognitively capable of participating in assessment and treatment
- do not have a mental health condition that would preclude participation in assessment and treatment
- do not have major narcotic addiction
- do not have a WCB claim associated with the chronic pain problem
A referral is needed to access this service. Call for more information.
Physicians can complete the Path to Care Directory referral form found on the Medical Access to Service (mas) website
anesthesiologists, family physicians, gynecologists, kinesiologists, neurologists, nurse practitioners, nursing aides, nutritionists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, physiatrists, physical therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, registered nurses, social workers
Please visit the links below for more details about this service at various locations.
- Richmond Road Diagnostic and Treatment Centre
Chronic Pain Centre, RRDTC Main Entrance off of Richmond Road SW
1820 Richmond Road SW, Calgary, Alberta T2T 5C7; 403-943-9900