Physiotherapy interventions: this type of treatment is centered on returning a patient to normal functioning through reconditioning, the use of laser and ultrasound treatments, or through adapted exercises such as stretching, strengthening, and endurance.
Psychology interventions: this type of treatment focuses on relaxation, the development of coping strategies, cognitive behavioural adjustments and techniques such as biofeedback (a treatment technique in which patients are trained to improve their health by using signals from their own bodies).
Nursing interventions: these types of interventions are used to provide support to families and facilitate coordination between the team and patients.
Medical interventions: these types of treatments can involve medications or diagnostic and therapeutic regional blocks (medicating a particular part of the body) to control pain. Communication and detailed explanations between patients and members of the team are essential in the success of these types of treatment plans.