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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Airing Pain programme 89: Dementia

The challenges of pain management in people with dementia, different medications and why an iPod could be latest tool in our first aid kit               This programme was funded by grant from W G Edwards and the Cruden Charitable Foundation. For a full transcript of this programme pl
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Transcript – Programme 76: Pain, poverty and employment

How to break the links between poverty, pain and unemployment.
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Transcript – Programme 20: The social costs of pain

The societal and economic impact of pain and driving pain up the agenda.
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Airing Pain Programme 64: Patients, Pills and Policies

Making pain patients’ voices heard across Europe and changing the prescribing culture.
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Airing Pain Programme 65: Hypnosis and unexplained pain

Bringing mind and body together to reduce pain with self-hypnosis.
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Airing Pain Programme 66: Not A Burden

Bringing mind and body together to reduce pain with self-hypnosis.
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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 39: National Pain Audit

The state of pain services in England and Wales: the National Pain Audit’s findings revealed.
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Airing Pain Programme 76: Pain, poverty and employment

How to break the links between poverty, pain and unemployment.
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