Pain Management

If there isn’t a widely accepted treatment that their GP can write a prescription for, then they mostly get ‘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 stress levels
  • Supplements
  • Using 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

I’m chronically in pain but my GP just says… (February, 2024) There is a lot you can do to manage chronic pain, even if your GP says “it’s just age” or “your body can’t handle more”.

Pain management – beyond mainstream painkillers (March, 2023) Long term pain requires a pain management process, not just pills.

Manage your migraine and headache pain with fewer painkillers (June, 2022) Natural and complementary therapies for migraine and tension headachees.

Pain management through massage (December, 2019) Massage can be as useful as paracetamol for pain management.