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Chronic Pain Recovery Center (CPRC) can help you manage, cope, and effectively control your chronic pain. Our multidisciplinary approach to treatment includes physical therapy, psychological services, and medication management. Physical therapy can help you improve your range of motion, strength, and endurance. Psychological services can help you manage the emotional and psychological aspects of chronic pain. Medication management can help you reduce pain and improve your quality of life.
CPRC understands that chronic pain is a complex condition that requires a comprehensive approach to treatment. Our team of experts will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your individual needs.
Our treatment plans typically include physical therapy, psychological therapy, aquatics, nutrition, massage, physical exercises, stretching, yoga, medication management, biofeedback, relaxation training and group therapy. In combination, each modality overlaps and provides a poignant effect on the patient’s future physical ability and psychological coping skills. As the Chronic Pain Recovery Center uses this multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary approach to treating the “Whole person”, the patient will have the best functional and pain control outcomes possible.

If you are suffering from chronic pain, CPRC can help you get your life back.

Contact us today to learn more about our treatment options.


Aquatic therapy is a specialized type of rehabilitation that uses the beneficial physical properties of water to speed recovery and improve outcomes. Our indoor, private pool is maintained at a therapeutically warm temperature of 92˚-95˚F year-round. The depth ranges from 3-6 feet with a gentle slope. A variety of pool equipment is available to incorporate into your treatment. Changing rooms, a bathroom, and rinse-off shower are conveniently located in the pool area. The pool size is perfect for one-on-one treatment as well as small group sessions.

-Decreases muscle guarding

-Increases circulation

-Buoyancy allows for assistance as will as resistance with exercise

-Decompresses inflamed joints and discs

-Hydro-static properties of water lessen swelling/edema

-Improved body awareness

-Makes movement FUN!


Physical therapy can help you manage pain, improve movement, and prevent future injury. It can also help you avoid surgery and prescription drugs, and manage chronic conditions.
At CPRC, we provide personalized care that is tailored to your goals, body, and lifestyle. Our team of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants work with you to develop a treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and challenges.
Physical therapy is a safe and effective way to improve your health and quality of life. If you are experiencing pain, movement problems, or chronic conditions, please contact CPRC to learn more about how physical therapy can help you.
Here are some of the benefits of physical therapy:
-Pain relief and improved movement
-Prevention of future injury
-Reduced need for surgery and prescription drugs
-Increased quality of life


Psychological treatment is an important part of our chronic pain program. It helps to address the psychological, emotional, social, and personality factors that can interfere with a patient’s ability to cope with pain. These underlying psychological concerns can often lead to poor compliance with post-surgical restrictions, which can result in poor surgical outcomes or re-injury.
In addition to addressing post-surgical compliance, the behavioral medicine program also helps to correct any unrealistic expectations that patients may have about the medical profession. Common patient misperceptions include the expectation of a complete recovery following surgery, the anticipation of total pain relief, and the hope that they will make a full recovery and return to their prior level of physical functioning.
The program also addresses patients with pain that extends beyond the primary intervention phase of 0-3 months and who continue to demonstrate significant impairment in their daily functioning and failure to return to work or progress adequately in their healthcare treatment.

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25134 Oakhurst Drive, Spring, TX 77386,
United States

P: 936.271.0221
F: 936.271.0219


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Closed Saturday-Sunday