Pain Management Clinic in Toronto

Toronto Poly Clinic was established in 2001 by Dr. Kevin Rod with the whole health philosophy: Chronic Pain is a condition that affects many aspects of a patient’s life, so a multidisciplinary approach is needed to take care of all aspects of your pain. Our team at Toronto Poly Clinic are from different specialties with one focus in mind: your whole health.

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Biological, psychological, spiritual, environmental, and social factors influence our experience of pain. Chronic pain, like other chronic diseases, is best understood within a biopsychosocial framework, and its treatment should integrate pharmacological, physical, psychological, spiritual, self-management, and other approaches, as appropriate.

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Sometimes chronic pain can begin without any obvious cause. But for many people, it starts after an injury or because of a health condition. Some of the leading causes include: past injuries or surgeries, back problems, migraines and other headaches, arthritis, nerve damage, infections, and Fibromyalgia.

We advocate positive reinforcements and coping skills, pain management education and life style adjustments, nutritional consultations and alternative medicine, homeopathy and naturopathy consultations are available for appropriate use.

We have two convenient locations in North York and Thornhill and we serve patients from all over the GTA, including Toronto, Richmond Hill, Brampton, Mississauga, Thornhill, Vaughan, Oakville, Scarborough, Markham, North York, and Newmarket.

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