Chronic Pain and Opioid Management

The UCPC offers patients individual appointments with a pharmacist, physical therapist, and medical social worker. Our consulting physician with expertise in chronic pain management supports our clinical team in making decisions about how to best provide chronic pain care. We do not replace anyone in the patient's existing care team and we do not take on prescribing. Recommendations are communicated directly to the patient, the referring provider, and/or patient's primary provider.


Patient referrals and self-referrals can be completed online. Patient referrals can also be completed via fax, if desired.

Frequently Asked Questions


UCPC Chronic Pain Toolkit

We have developed a toolkit to help our patients navigate the best resources available to help manage chronic pain.

Opioid Safety and Naloxone Training

We train people how to respond to an opioid overdose with naloxone and provide take home naloxone kits to eligible UCPC patients.

Patient Education Booklets

Please check out these booklets designed by our partner, RxFiles. They will answer several of the questions you may have about chronic pain and opioid use.