Airing Pain Programme 90: Back Pain

David Rogers, physiotherapist and co-author of Back to Life, explains persistent back pain and some simple exercises that can help     This programme was funded by a grant from The Schuh Trust.   Back pain causes more disability than any other condition in the UK[1]. It is t
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Transcript – Programme 24: Exercise and managing pain

How swimming can help manage pain, and a Q&A session with physiotherapist Paul Cameron.
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Transcript – Programme 18: Growing older with pain

How to improve pain management for older people, and living with lower back pain.
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Transcript – Programme 12: Trigeminal neuralgia, pelvic pain, and cannabis

Using cannabis as a painkiller, pelvic pain in men and women and living with trigeminal neuralgia.
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Airing Pain Programme 55: More power to you

Prescriptions for yoga and harnessing the power of social interaction.
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Transcript – Programme 55: More power to you

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Prescriptions for yoga and harnessing the power of social interaction. In episode 55 we hear about two very different ways of giving people in pain the knowledge and power to help themselves. Will we soon be able to get a prescription of
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Chronic pain after surgery

As many as 20 per cent of people at the pain clinic will have post-surgical pain. Dr Julie Bruce and Dr William Macrae explain the causes and treatment of this frequently neglected problem
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Transcript – Programme 7: Exercise and improving mobility

Date of release: 21st December 2010 For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Getting back into exercise and improving mobility. Plus, funding for pain services, and how can we best describe pain to a health professional? Airing Pain visits the Frenchay Hospital Pain Clinic in B
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Transcript – Programme 9: Relieving pain: TENS and acupuncture

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Date of release: 18th January 2011 How acupuncture and TENS can help relieve pain, plus, a new web service aiming to educate health professionals about pain. We take a look at the role of the pain specialist nurse in the community, eaves
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Transcript – Programme 13: Culture, epidemiology and back pain

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Date of release: 16th March 2011 How do culture and religion affect the way we experience and manage our pain? Dr Shilpa Patel, Dr Sue Peacock and Sir Michael Bond talk about the relationship between cultural background and pain. Also in
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