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The Mayo Family Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Clinic is located at Boston Children’s at Waltham. Hours are weekdays 8:00AM to 4:00PM. The PPRC is available to answer your questions or provide you with more information.
HOW TO ENROLL
To determine if your child is eligible for participation in the program, you will be asked to come to the outpatient Chronic Pain Clinic, located at Boston Children's Hospital's main campus, for a multidisciplinary evaluation. At this appointment, a team consisting of a pain physician, a physical therapist and a psychologist will evaluate your child and determine if treatment at the PPRC is appropriate.
If you wish to be evaluated for admission to the PPRC, please contact the Chronic Pain Clinic at 617-355-8930. Support staff will arrange for a phone evaluation and screening by one of the nurses in the Pain Treatment Service.
For families residing outside of the United States, please contact Boston Children's International Center, which facilitates the medical review of patient records and appointment scheduling. The International Center can also provide assistance with customs and immigration, transportation, hotel and housing accommodations
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