About the Comprehensive Integrated Pain Program (CIPP) – Rehabilitation Pain Service

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Location

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Rehabilitation Pain Service
c/o Outpatient Clinics
1st Floor, South Tower (near Elm St. entrance)

Hours & Contact

Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Phone: 416 597 3422 ext. 4200​
Fax:​ 416 597 7074
Email: ucoutpatient​clinics​​@uhn.ca​

Due to the high volume of calls and emails received by the Outpatient Clinics, please allow 48 – 72 hours for someone from our team to respond to your query.

What We Do

The Rehabilitation Pain Service (RPS) – one arm of the Comprehensive Integrated Pain Program (CIPP) at UHN ​– is based at Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (University Centre site). We provide patients with a clear medical diagnosis and treatment plan for their symptoms of body pain, mood changes and reduced ability to function. Our multidisciplinary team includes a number of different health providers, including doctors, nurses, rehabilitation therapists and pharmacists, to deliver our services and contribute to your care plan.

Our goal is to improve and maintain the function of patients with chronic pain. By providing patients with a clear treatment plan and a team of professionals to help put it into practice, we aim to help patients better manage their chronic pain using personalized strategies for improvement.​

 Services Provided by the Rehabilitation Pain Service (RPS)

​​The RPS team includes a number of different health providers, including doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists and pharmacists, to deliver our services and contribute to your care plan. You will meet the team at your first appointment, so please come prepared to spend up to 2 hours at our clinic to discuss your complete history, do a thorough examination and make recommendations for your care.

At the end of your first visit, patients will receive a treatment plan that may include the following:

  • Medication changes
  • Injections
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy​​
  • Cognitive therapy, and/or
  • Referral to a self-management program

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