Pain that has been in your life for over 12 weeks is called chronic or persistent pain. Damaged tissues are mostly healed after 3 months. But many people still have feelings of pain when their injury has healed.
We provide science & evidence based help for you to reduce and manage your pain.
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Learning different skills effects the brain system. We can train people to have more control over mind, brain system & feelings of pain. No matter the age people can learn new skills.
- Many forms of treatment have an impact on whole person well being. Therapies such as massage and assisted movement help people feel better so they are an important part of ongoing pain management.
- Physical activity, novel movement, muscle strength, group activity all help.
- Talking therapies, ACT, Hypnotherapy, word work, & mindfulness meditation reduce pain
- Creative activities, art, writing, crafting are part of ongoing self management plan
Having a clear pain management can help people reduce their dependency on prescriptive medication.