Airing Pain Programme 64: Patients, Pills and Policies

Making pain patients’ voices heard across Europe and changing the prescribing culture.
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Airing Pain Programme 65: Hypnosis and unexplained pain

Bringing mind and body together to reduce pain with self-hypnosis.
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Airing Pain Programme 43: Patient involvement and pain management

Involving pain patients in health services and learning how to self-manage pain whilst working.
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Airing Pain Programme 66: Not A Burden

Bringing mind and body together to reduce pain with self-hypnosis.
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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 68: The brain and the genes

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. The science behind pain and its treatment, and why understanding it matters. If someone steps on your toe, your toe hurts – simple as that, right? Wrong! Professor Rolf-Detlef Treede explains how the brain and nervous system make pain an
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Transcript – Programme 1: Introduction to pain

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Date of release: 28th September 2010 What is chronic pain and how can we manage it? We talk to health professionals and patients to find out more. In this first Airing Pain programme we introduce the subject of pain and its management wi
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Transcript – Programme 66: Not A Burden

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. The challenges facing young people in caring roles and ways to support them. Friends don’t always understand, they don’t get out much and they’re faced with daunting responsibilities, but they wouldn’t change a thing about their families
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Transcript – Programme 63: Interventional pain management

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. From nerve-blocks to spinal cord stimulators: how interventional approaches can help. Physiotherapy, exercise, medications and clinical psychology all play an important role in pain management, but what happens if these treatments don’t
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Transcript – Programme 64: Patients, Pills and Policies

For a PDF of this transcript please click here Making pain patients’ voices heard across Europe and changing the prescribing culture. Almost 100 million EU citizens have chronic pain, but there is still much progress to be made in improving diagnosis and treatment. Pain Concern’s Rowe
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