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

We visit the EXPPECT pelvic pain clinic, where women share their experiences and advice for living with persistent bladder and pelvic pain          For a full transcript of this programme please click here. This edition has been funded by a grant from the Women’s Fund For Scotlan
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Transcript – Programme 82: Pain, PTSD and perfume

The emotional and physical impacts of injury and how to cope with them.
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Airing Pain Programme 82: Pain, PTSD and perfume

The emotional and physical impacts of injury and how to cope with them.
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Transcript – Programme 72: Breaking the barriers to managing pain

Why self-management isn’t working and what we can do about it
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Transcript – Programme 19: Family therapy

How pain affects family members and how family therapy can help.
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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 44: Pain management at both extremes of life

Pain experienced by the very young and very old and the similar issues arising when dealing with these very different types of patient.
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Airing Pain Programme 57: Self-management, psychology and “physio-terrorists”

Stiff joints and dark thoughts: treatment of pain and the person.
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