An interactive online resource for people living with persistent pain.
It takes you through ten footsteps – each one a key step along the way to learning how to self-manage your pain so you can get on with living your life. Developed by the makers of this website, it has all the tried and tested tips and information you’ve come to expect from My Live Well with Pain plus lots of new material to keep you on track.
NHS website and App to help you to recover after having Covid.
As you find yourself recovering from COVID-19 you may still be coming to terms with the impact the virus has had on both your body and mind.
These changes should get better over time, some may take longer than others, but there are things you can do to help.
Your COVID Recovery helps you to understand what has happened and what you might expect as part of your recovery.
A 12 week specialist course for anyone who is suffering from Joint Pain; it includes 2 hour long group sessions a week with a personal trainer.
We want to enable you to manage your arthritis, get back to doing things that you love and used to do by reducing pain, fear and anxiety, we will do this by helping you to find exercises that you enjoy, teach you to work out safely and ultimately reduce or eliminate pain. All sessions are tailored to your pace.
The sessions will enable us to build a support community where you feel safe and comfortable; where you can make friends and share experiences.
£2.00 per session, for this price you also get a gym membership card and are able to use the full facilities at any time. Days and times to be confirmed with people who apply for the 12 week programme.
For further information please contact Kirsty Malik.
Empowering people with persistent pain to develop their understanding, skills and confidence to live a full and meaningful life. Working in collaboration with other healthcare professionals, sharing expertise for the benefit of their patients.
Self help tips on pain and links to information on pain management.
Lupus is an autoimmune connective tissue disease which can affect any organ in the body. It is a lifelong condition and can vary significantly in presentation and severity.
We have a team of volunteer telephone Contacts who are at hand to answer any questions or be a listening ear to those who need to talk. All our Contacts have lupus themselves so are very sympathetic and understanding of what patients are going through.