Your answer to helping your patients with chronic pain.
Refer your patients to Lin’s evidence-based pain recovery program.
Lin is in-network with major insurance plans and health systems in select states
To learn more about partnering with Lin Health Medical Group, click here
About Lin Health
We are a physician-led medical group that specializes in next-generation cognitive approaches to pain.
Lin treats chronic pain and related conditions (see below) using a brain-based approach.
We draw upon psychology, neuroscience, Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT™), Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy (EAET), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Lin Health Medical Group partners with your clinic to offer your patients a full service pain treatment program, covered by major insurance plans in select states.
How we’ll work with your clinic
1. Your clinic will refer a patient to Lin as you would any specialist
2. We’ll treat their chronic pain with our evidence-based program
3. We’ll send you regular updates on your patient’s progress
Conditions we treat
We work with patients experiencing most chronic conditions, including:
Which patients are the best candidates for Lin?
Pain started without injury
Hurts out of proportion to the level of injury
Varies depending on context
Occurs in more than one location
Why should I refer patients to Lin?
Better care for your patients
We treat patients experiencing: Migraine, IBS, chronic pelvic pain, tinnitus, back pain, fibromyalgia, neck pain, chronic fatigue, frozen shoulder, CRPS & more.
Save time & burnout for your practice
Lin will treat your patients and send you regular updates so you are in the loop about your patient’s pain recovery journey.
An approach that works
76% of patients who go through the program report a significant improvement in pain experience and level of function.
“The new diagnostic codes, which unfortunately will not be generally used in American healthcare until at least 2025, represent a sea-change in medical understanding of persistent pain. In ICD-11, pain is formally recognized as a top-level disorder - and in the case of Primary Pain, which is the correct diagnosis for at least 80% of persistent pain, the etiology of this pain is clear. Bio-psycho-social factors, like centralized sensitization, are prominent while tissue damage is not the core mechanism of the chronic pain experience.”
Interested in learning more?
Talk to us.
We’ll send you our full primary pain educational series for providers that covers diagnosing, treating, and communicating with patients about primary pain.
You can also schedule a call with a Lin representative to discuss becoming a referral partner.
We'll help you set up secure patient referrals to Lin, follow up with your patients, and provide you with regular updates on their progress.
I’m ready to schedule a call with a Lin representative
Take me to the Primary Pain Educational Series for Providers
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