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Improving Quality of Life
Improving the quality of life for patients and their families at any stage of illness. Comfort, relief of stress and physical suffering are the priority at Aspire Pain Relief Institute, a leader in Palliative Care Medicine.
Also known as Supportive Care Medicine, Palliative Care is an interdisciplinary, specialized form of medical care for people living with a terminal disease or a serious illness.
At Aspire, We Provide Care In The Following:
- Palliative Care after Cancer Treatment
- Psychological Support
- Behavioral Therapy – for patients and their families
- Physical Therapy
- Nutritional Guidance
- Medication Management
Palliative Care does not mean death. It means to affirm life and its natural process. Our doctors provide relief from physical pain through a range of specialized treatments that are tailored to the individual’s unique medical condition. At Aspire Pain Relief Institute, we believe in treating the whole person – we address the psychological and spiritual aspects with an emphasis on improving the quality of life for patients and their families.
End of life care does not mean end of treatment or medical care. At Aspire, we work with our patients to improve their sleep, appetite, and enhance the quality of life which may positively influence the course of illness.
Aspire To Be Pain Free – Contact Us Today!
Aspire To Be Pain Free
Contact Us Today!
Our model of pain relief is based on giving the patient the best in care through a dedicated, comprehensive, one-on-one approach to interventional pain that only few physicians are truly qualified in.
At Aspire Pain Relief Institute, we have helped terminal patients and their families through this complex physical, emotional, and spiritual experience. Pain is an individual experience though it can be felt by an entire family and therefore should be treated accordingly. That is why it’s important to work with a trusted, experienced pain specialist to determine the best treatment, or combination of treatments that work for the patient.