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Pain - Toronto Central

Pain can interfere with work, sleep and overall enjoyment of life. If you are living with pain, support is available to help you cope and improve your quality of life. Most painful conditions can be treated.

See also Palliative Pain and Symptom Management Consultation Programs.

 
These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
Bridgepoint Active Healthcare - Bridgepoint Hospital - Outpatient Services - Pain Management Program  
1 Bridgepoint Dr, Toronto, ON  M4M 2B5
416‑461‑8252 ext 2371
Central East Local Health Integration Network - Home and Community Care - Scarborough Branch - Central East LHIN Self Management Program  
100 Consilium Pl, Suite 801, 8th Fl, Toronto, ON  M1H 3E3
416‑750‑2444 ext 5055
Hospital for Sick Children - Chronic Pain Clinic  
555 University Ave, Suite 925, Toronto, ON  M5G 1X8
416‑813‑6975
Providence Healthcare - Providence Hospital - Ambulatory Services - Pain Care Clinic  
3276 St Clair Ave E, Toronto, ON  M1L 1W1
416‑285‑3619
University Health Network - Princess Margaret Cancer Centre - Clinical Services - Cancer Pain Clinic  
610 University Ave, Toronto, ON  M5G 2M9
416‑946‑4501 ext 2235/3523
University Health Network - Toronto Rehabilitation Institute - Rumsey Centre - Neuro Rehabilitation Program  
345 Rumsey Rd, Toronto, ON  M4G 1R7
416‑597‑3422 ext 5300
Women's College Hospital - Chronic Pain Program  
76 Grenville St, 3rd Fl, Toronto, ON  M5S 1B2
416‑323‑6269

These services are located outside of Toronto Central, but provide service to Toronto Central.
Chronic Pain Association of Canada  
PO Box 66017, Heritage Postal Stn, Edmonton, AB  T6J 6T4
780‑482‑6727
Ontario Pain Foundation  
501 Plains Rd E, PO Box 71103, Burlington, ON  L7T 2E2
905‑592‑1516
Room 217 Foundation  
Box 145, Port Perry, ON  L9L 1A2
905‑852‑2499

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