Foot pain – how to manage and prevent it

Guidance on looking after your feet and when and how to get help for foot pain
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Shoe shopping tips

Following our shoe shopping tips might help you to reduce or prevent foot pain
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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 45: Helping us to help ourselves

Empowering patients from GP's surgery to Pain Management Programme.
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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 70: The case for pain management

Movement as medicine and putting pain management centre stage.
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Transcript – Programme 70: The case for pain management

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Movement as medicine and putting pain management centre stage. Make sure you stand up and do a few stretches after listening to this episode of Airing Pain! ‘Movement is medicine’ for people in pain, says consultant physiotherapist Eve J
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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 45: Helping us to help ourselves

Empowering patients from GP’s surgery to pain management programme. Healthcare professionals and people with pain need to work together to manage chronic pain conditions, but how is this achieved in practice?
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Transcript – 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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