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A Comprehensive Approach to Pain

Chronic pain affects nearly every aspect of a person’s life, impairing their ability to function physically and psychologically and interfering with the everyday enjoyment of life. Family relationships and careers can suffer, creating financial stress and damaging that person’s identity and sense of self worth.

Comprehensive Pain and Rehabilitation (CPR) is a multidisciplinary organization devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain using an integrated program of interventional pain medicine, behavioral medicine and functional rehabilitation. Our goal is to reduce both pain and its negative impact in order to enable our patients to live more productive and satisfying lives.  

In the News

  • Thomas Yearwood, MD, PhD to Speak At Neuromodulation Society of Australia & New Zealand (Nsanz) – 9th Annual Scientific Meeting

    YearwoodThumbPascagoula, MS (March 14, 2014) – Dr. Thomas L. Yearwood, of Comprehensive Pain & Rehabilitation in Biloxi and Pascagoula, and Medical Director of Pain Consultants ASC, will be a keynote speaker at the Neuromodulation Society of Australia & New Zealand (NSANZ) 9th Annual Scientific Meeting to be held in Hobart, Australia on April 13-16, 2014. The conference theme is "Neuromodulation Over the Horizon."

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  • Comprehensive Pain & Rehabilitation's ALGOS Education & Research Center at the Forefront of Neuroscience Innovation

    PR ALGOS PICPascagoula, MS (September 4, 2013) - While all physicians strive to stay abreast of the current research and latest technological advances in their specialty, one Pascagoula practice is going the distance. Under the leadership of founding physician Dr. Thomas Yearwood, Comprehensive Pain & Rehabilitation (CPR) frequently hosts clinicians from as far away as Italy and the United Kingdom for the collegial exchange of neuroscience knowledge.

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  • Spotlight on Pain

    Thomas-Yearwood SML-1-2Story by: Lynn Lofton
    South Mississippi Living, July, 2013 issue

    Chronic pain is more than just aches and pains that come and go. It’s all the time, every day, and one in three Americans suffers from it. Usually the first course of action is medication — enough painkillers were prescribed in 2010 to medicate every American adult around the clock for a month. Patients also have surgery in the quest to be pain free. But what happens when neither of these actions work?

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“And he showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding from the throne of God and of the Lamb.  In the middle of the street, and on either side of the river, was the tree of life, which bore twelve fruits, each tree yielding its fruit every month. The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.” 
- Revelation 22:22