Conclusion

A substantial body of literature supports the assertion that multidisciplinary pain treatment is effective in reducing pain, the use of opioid medications and health care services. Multidisciplinary pain management also increases activity, improves activity of daily living, returns people to work, aids in the closing of disability claims. Eventhough treatment at MPC targets patients with the most recalcitrant problem, the benefits appear to exceed those for conventional treatments such as surgery. Moreover in contrast to surgery there are no known iatrogenic complications of treatment at MPCs. Not only do MPCs appear to be clinically effective, but they also appear to be cost-effective, with the potential to provide substantial savings in health care costs and disability payments.

The treatment principles developed in MPCs should be applied much earlier in the management of chronic pain patients. It is also important to remember that prevention is always better than remediation. Even for patients who have been disabled for prolonged periods, multidisciplinary pain management can offer restoration to normal life.

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