The Pain Treatment Program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences offers comprehensive evaluation, treatment planning, and care for patients with chronic, disabling pain that requires intensive rehabilitation.
The Johns Hopkins Difference
Our interdisciplinary team is led by psychiatrists who specialize in restoring function to patients suffering from chronic illness. In concert with nurses, social workers, nurse practitioners, and physical therapists, we develop an individual treatment plan for each patient.
The Pain Treatment Program's Approach
Patients with chronic pain often become disabled in the pursuit of gaining relief from their pain. Our philosophy of pain treatment is based on our experience that patients suffer more when their functioning and quality of life are impaired.
Our goal is to increase the functional ability of each patient to the highest possible level.
Our approach recognizes the fundamental differences in the individual pathways that patients have taken to their unique profile of disabilities. The program’s comprehensive approach organizes care with an individualized formulation that targets specific diseases, personal vulnerabilities, dysfunctional behaviors, and meaningful life events.
Treatment plans are designed to fix the pathology of diseases, enhance personal abilities, teach healthy behaviors, and instill a sense of hope for a successful future.
The PTP has grown into a continuum of care that includes an inpatient unit, a partial hospitalization program (Day Hospital), and an outpatient consultation clinic. On these pages you can learn more about each of these services as well as meet the treatment team, have common questions answered (FAQs), and learn about the admissions process as well as important billing and insurance information.
The Johns Hopkins Pain Treatment Program Virtual Tour: Inpatient Unit
Pain Treatment Program
Johns Hopkins Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science
600 North Wolfe Steet, Meyer 143
Baltimore, Maryland 21287
E-mail: [email protected]