The functional restoration program at the California Pain Medicine Center provides intensive pain management rehabilitation. It is four weeks in length and involves daily therapies. In addition to medical management, the types of therapy include individual psychotherapy, neurobiofeedback therapy, and physical therapy. The patient will also be provided with other modalities of treatment ( e.g., chiropractic care or subspecialty consultations) on an as-needed basis. The patients who join this program are provided with residence at the Tiverton House in Westwood, a patient centered residence with all amenities which is located adjacent to the UCLA Medical Center. If needed, transportation is provided to the daily appointments. Patients are encouraged to develop independence and autonomy and for this reason the program goals are individualized to each patient's specific needs. The goals of the program are diminishment of pain with medical treatments, increase in coping and stress management, improved endurance and stamina, future planning and as needed, family involvement.