5 Toronto Pain Clinics To Serve You - Since 1997.

Our Clinics

Welcome to the Pain Rehabilitation Clinic


Our 5 Toronto pain clinics currently treat thousands of patients suffering from various forms of back pain, acute pain, and chronic pain. Our objective is to eliminate, lessen, or reduce your pain to get you back to a great quality of living and an active lifestyle.

We deal directly with all insurance companies and insurance plans including OHIP. Our doctors are committed to treating each of our patients with the best pain treatment and pain management care, alongside treating patients from injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents (MVA) and WSIB disability claims. Furthermore, our medical doctors are available to attend court proceedings to provide medical evidence to support a patient's disability claims.

Our pain clinic medical team is dedicated to providing and maintaining the highest quality in patient care.

We are experts in handling motor vehicle accidents (MVA), sports related injuries, WSIB, and Extended Health Claims.

Our 6-12 weeks Chronic Pain Treatment Program involves the following:

- An initial assessment by a pain consultant to establish diagnoses, suggest, recommend and prepare treatments
- Professional referrals to specialists to further investigate and diagnoses symptoms.

What is Chronic Pain?
Pain itself is invisible. Chronic pain is pain that does not go away. When pain lasts longer than 3 to 6 months or beyond the usual time for recovery, it is said to be chronic pain.

There are different types of chronic pain and chronic pain can be caused by various conditions, such as:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Traumatology
  • Chest wall pain
  • Shoulder and arm pain
  • Limb pain
  • Headaches
  • Radiculopathy
  • Sciatica
  • Chronic pain syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Fracture
  • ...& more

Meet Our Physicians

On Staff Medical Doctors & Health Care Professionals. (Swipe to Left)

About Dr. San Bui

Helping injured patients back to normal life since 1997.

Why Choose Pain Rehab Clinic?