A referral can be made by any health professional, lawyer, rehab consultant, insurance company, employer, Veteran Affairs, or Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.  

How to Determine whether a referral should be made?

Red flags that might signal the onset of chronic pain:

  • Widespread pain
  • Poor response to traditional treatment
  • Severe pain levels
  • Poor psychosocial functioning
  • Presence of co-morbid psychiatric problems
  • Poor work performace

To participate in the four-week group-based Program, patients must be able to understand and converse in English, work in groups of people, be cooperative, and be independent in self-care i.e. dressing, personal care, etc.

Please note:  to be eligible for our service, treatment costs must be authorized by an insurance company, WSIB, or other funding agency.  Services at the Chronic Pain Management Unit are not covered by OHIP.

Referral Forms

Medical Documentation Needed

What happens after a referral is made?

If you have questions regarding the Intensive Program please call us at 905-521-7931