Missed an issue of Pain Matters? Fear not. Our back catalogue of digital magazines is available via our Pocketmags page.
We also have physical copies of some of our previous issues still available. What’s more, if they are over a year old you can get them for up to 50% off the cover price too! Snap them up while you can using the PayPal links below.
PLEASE NOTE: THESE MAGAZINES ARE ONLY AVAILABLE TO UK-BASED CUSTOMERS, WHILE STOCKS LAST
Guest-edited by the NHS Lothian Chronic Pain Management Service, based at Astley Ainslie Hospital, Edinburgh
Inside issue 75: The twenty-fifth anniversary issue of Pain Matters sees us return to the hospital where it all started, as NHS Lothian take the helm. This issue’s theme is compassion-focused therapy, with the team showing the different ways they use compassion as part of a holistic pain management approach.
Issue 75: £4.00
Pain Matters 74
Guest-edited by the NHS Borders Chronic Pain Service, based at Borders General Hospital, Melrose.
Inside issue 74: Our first Pain Matters of the new decade is a jam-packed issue, looking at all aspects of the multidisciplinary team, from the Pain Management Jigsaw to how laughter can be a tool in the pain management toolbox. Also, Vidyamala Burch returns, giving her three reasons why mindfulness is helpful for ‘living well with pain’.
Issue 71: £4.00
Pain Matters 73
Guest-edited by the neuropathic pain team at the University College London Hospital Pain Management Centre.
Inside issue 73: This edition of the magazine takes an in-depth look at all aspects of neuropathic pain, from what it is to how best to manage and treat it, taking in points of view from those living with it to the healthcare professionals trying to help them. Also, writer Robert Ilson describes his half-century struggle to find an answer to his facial pain.
Issue 73: £4.00
Pain Matters 72
Guest-edited by the Southampton Pain Team and Portsmouth Persistent Pain Team form the Solent NHS Trust.
Inside issue 72: How external support groups are a vital cog in the pain management machine; art therapist Julliet King has tips on using photography to manage pain; and physiotherapist Jill Geyer tries to breakdown the taboos surrounding period pain.
Issue 72: SOLD OUT (digital version still available)
Pain Matters 71
Guest-edited by the Scottish National Residential Pain Management Programmes (SNRRPMP) in Glasgow.
Inside issue 71: Our first guest-edited issue, the team at the SNRPMP tell Pain Matters all about their work and how residential programmes differ in their approach to pain management; also Paul Evans, producer of Airing Pain, discusses how Pain Concern’s Navigator Tool helps doctors and patients ‘sing off the same hymn sheet’.
£4.00 £2.00 (50% off)