Schedule Now


Interventional Behavioral Health in Columbus Ohio

Ready to get started?

Contact Us

Studies show that behavioral interventions are effective in reducing pain and improving a patient’s coping skills. Cognitive behavioral therapy helps improve the quality of life of patients who suffer from chronic pain. At Pain Zero, our team addresses interventional behavioral health to treat anxiety, depression, and fibromyalgia, which can impact a patient's pain experience. This type of treatment can also help people who may have problems with opioid abuse and need coping mechanisms without turning to the drugs for help.

Patients struggling with chronic pain may experience high anxiety; however, through interventional behavioral health treatment, patients learn how to reduce stress by implementing new coping mechanisms. They develop a better perspective of their lives by changing negative thoughts and behaviors to create their own awareness of pain and coping skills.

Cognitive behavioral therapy is one treatment method that effectively changes the way patients view their pain and learn that pain can be moderated. This therapy can also enhance other treatment options, such as physical therapy or alternative approaches.

Interventional behavioral health therapy is personalized to each patient's needs. The most common strategies used in this type of therapy include:

  • Facing fears, triggers, and negative thought patterns
  • Working through difficult situations via role-playing
  • Employing mindfulness and calming techniques during triggering situations
  • Creating positive thought patterns and responses to triggers

This is my first visit it went pretty good I felt relaxed with them and it seemed like he truly really wanted to help me to get my pain in order and I'm looking forward to my next visit till I see I can see where we go next on handling my pain shook my hand very polite very good doctor

H.M. Google

Best pain Dr ever staff super great.

L.C. Google

He actually listened to me. He was very helpful and got to the problems. He told me that I should get a podiatrist so I'm going tohe. He's awesome 😎he told me about a shot πŸ’‰ I could get to help with my pain. We're getting an implant put in to help with the pain in My feet and lower back.

B.R. Google

I received a procedure and was nervous at first but relaxed and the staff made me feel comfortable

R.W. Google

That was one of the most informative appointments I have ever had.

B.B. Google


Total Reviews


Average Rating

The mind is a powerful tool that can help patients struggling with chronic pain improve their lives. If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, or other conditions, interventional behavioral health therapy at Pain Zero can change how patients manage their pain. To learn more about this life-changing treatment, schedule a consultation at one of our Central Ohio locations today.

About Us
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.