Airing Pain Programme 88: Interstitial Cystitis

Women share their experiences of living with persistent bladder and pelvic pain, with advice on managing life and relationships                For a full transcript of this programme please click here. This edition has been funded by a grant from the Women’s Fund For Scotland. In
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Transcript – Programme 19: Family therapy

How pain affects family members and how family therapy can help.
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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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Airing Pain Programme 42: Endometriosis and support groups

Learning to manage endometriosis and how support groups can help.
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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 59: Pain in the family – young adults I

The experiences of young people whose family is affected by pain and a campaign to help improve their lives.
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Airing Pain Programme 40: Children in pain

The pain management needs of children and young people and the impact of their pain on family life.
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Airing Pain Programme 60: Pain in the family – young adults II

How pain affects the relationship between adults and young people and tips from a family therapist
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Breaking Barriers: Self-Management Awareness Week 2015!

New award-winning research reveals self-management as a key route to improvement for people with chronic pain! Pain Concern has just released a new and unique study offering hope to the one-in-five people affected by and living with persistent pain in Scotland. Launched as part of Sel
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Transcript – Programme 5: Learning to live with pain

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Date of release: 23rd November 2010 Pain management programmes can ‘remove the barriers’ that prevent people with pain from living a normal life, says Dr Owen Hughes of the Pain and Fatigue Management Centre in Bronllys, Wales. Presenter
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