Airing Pain 101: Persistent Post Operative Pain in Cancer Survivors

How cancer survivors can experience post-operative pain, and confronting the national issue of post-cancer treatment. This edition is funded by The Agnes Hunter Trust. An ever-increasing cancer survivor rate means chronic pain associated with the condition and its treatment is growing
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Chronic pain after breast cancer surgery

By Dr Julie Bruce Breast cancer is the commonest cancer affecting women and surgery is the main treatment, either to the breast and/or the underarm area. There are two main types of breast operation, mastectomy (removal of the whole breast) or removal of the cancerous lump, called lum
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Transcript – Programme 2: Nerve pain and how to manage it

How problems with the nervous system can give rise to chronic pain, a personal success story of pain management and a Q&A with pain specialist Dr Mark Turtle
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Airing Pain Programme 78: Putting children’s pain in the picture

How children can express their pain in art, plus tips for parents.
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Transcript – Programme 7: Exercise and improving mobility

Date of release: 21st December 2010 For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Getting back into exercise and improving mobility. Plus, funding for pain services, and how can we best describe pain to a health professional? Airing Pain visits the Frenchay Hospital Pain Clinic in B
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Transcript – Programme 14: Recent developments in nerve pain and how to get a good night’s rest

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Date of release: 29/03/2011 What is a spinal cord stimulator and could it help you to manage your pain? Plus, complex regional pain syndrome, mirror therapy for phantom limbs, and how chronic pain affects and is affected by sleep. Paul E
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Airing Pain Programme 2: Nerve pain and how to manage it

How problems with the nervous system can give rise to chronic pain, a personal success story of pain management and a Q&A with pain specialist Dr Mark Turtle
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Airing Pain Programme 7: Exercise and improving mobility

Getting back into exercise and improving mobility. Plus, funding for pain services, and how can we best describe pain to a health professional?
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