Empowering Doctors in Medicare’s Chronic Pain Management Program with the WellnessPro Plus®

Chronic pain is a prevalent and debilitating condition affecting millions of individuals. Recognizing the need for effective pain management, Medicare has introduced a Chronic Pain Management program that aims to provide relief to patients while reducing the reliance on opioids. However, for doctors to participate and succeed in this program, they need the right tools and technologies at their disposal.

Doctors play a vital role in the success of Medicare’s Chronic Pain Management program. By offering evidence-based treatments and utilizing non-invasive therapies, they can provide patients with long-term relief and improved functionality.


New CDC Report Shows 52M Americans Suffered From Chronic Pain in 2022

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued new guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain, which include recommending non-opioid treatments like physical therapy, exercise, and acupuncture. While these guidelines are meant to address the opioid crisis and reduce …

New CDC Report Shows 52M Americans Suffered From Chronic Pain in 2022 …In the United States alone, approximately 20.9% of adults, or 51.6 million people, experienced chronic pain in 2021, according to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).