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 88: What to EXPPECT When You’re in Pelvic Pain

  To listen to the programme, please click here.   We visit the EXPPECT pelvic pain clinic, where women share their experiences and advice for living with persistent bladder and pelvic pain   Paul Evans: This is Airing Pain, a programme brought to you by Pain Concern, t
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Transcript – Programme 83: Arthritis: from self-help to cutting edge research

Getting moving with tai chi, staying in work and why arthritis pain is not all about the joints.
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Airing Pain Programme 83: Arthritis: from self-help to cutting edge research

Getting moving with tai chi, staying in work and why arthritis pain is not all about the joints.
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Manage your pain

Manage Your Pain: a guide to becoming more active and reducing flare-ups is for anyone looking for practical steps to reduce the impact of pain on daily life. Click on the image below to read the full leaflet. Sections: Understanding your pain Good days and bad days Exercise Improving
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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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Airing Pain Programme 55: More power to you

Prescriptions for yoga and harnessing the power of social interaction.
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Airing Pain Programme 58: The Pain Toolkit

Learning to live with it: a toolkit for self-management.
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Airing Pain Programme 41: Inside a multidisciplinary pain team

A look at how experts from different backgrounds work together in multidisciplinary pain teams.
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Airing Pain Programme 70: The case for pain management

Movement as medicine and putting pain management centre stage.
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