Pain Management

For a lot of people struggling with severe and chronic pain, if there isn’t a widely accepted treatment that their GP can write a prescription for, then they often get told ‘sorry – I can’t help’ or ‘stick with the paracetamol’ or ‘next is surgery’.

There’s a LOT that can be done to manage pain, including:

  • Shifting default lifestyle patterns
  • Managing your stress levels
  • Using proven supplements
  • Applying centuries of herbal medicine knowledge

My approach to managing acute and chronic pain

As a qualified Naturopath and Remedial Massage Therapist I see a lot of patients with pain issues. People come to me out of frustration – and even despair.

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If you need help with managing acute and chronic pain, then get in touch today through my CONTACT page.

For a faster start, download your confidential questionnaire and email it to me.

General advice from my blog on pain management

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