Medicines for long-term pain

Pain Concern has produced three expert information leaflets focusing on current, commonly prescribed pain medications: antidepressants for pain (amitriptyline); gabapentin & pregabalin; opioids. The purpose of the leaflets is to equip people with authoritative information about th
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Transcript – Programme 15: Effective communication: patients and professionals

Better communication for doctors and patients and how to make the most of medical appointments.
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Transcript – Programme 16: Power over mind and body

Date of release: 26th April 2011 For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Getting mind and body working together on a pain management programme, and loosening up with hydrotherapy. Pain management programmes teach people with pain the strategies they need to live as full a life
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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 41: Inside a multidisciplinary pain team

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. A look at how experts from different backgrounds work together in multidisciplinary pain teams. Presenter Paul Evans travels to Northern Ireland to meet a multidisciplinary pain team at Craigavon Area Hospital, including doctors, psychol
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Trawsgript – Airing Pain (Sôn am Boen) Rhaglen 51: Yn ymweld â rhaglen rheolaeth poen yn y gymuned

Mewnwelediadau ymarferol a phrofiadau newid bywyd ar gwrs rheolaeth poen yn y gymuned
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Transcript – Programme 51: At the community pain management programme

For a Welsh language version of this transcript please click here. For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Practical insights and life-changing experiences on a community pain management course In the previous edition of Airing Pain we explored the pros and cons of taking pain
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