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Adults over 65 should aim to do some sort of exercise every day as it’s important to increase strength, mobility, balance and flexibility. Staying active
Medicines are an important factor in helping to treat persistent pain. They are usually prescribed and therefore have a great deal of research to support
Back pain can happen to every single person and symptoms can vary widely, ranging from intense, shooting or pinching pain to a dull, ongoing ache.
Emma, 45, South Wales writes “I started to experience back pain in 2018 when caring for my Mum and it worsened following her passing away.
With so many of us working and operating from home over the past year, you would think that chronic pain would subside – but many
The phrase “aggravating an old injury” is commonly heard but is not entirely accurate. Depending on the injury, its severity and the journey to recovery,
In a group of new guidelines published in April, NICE announced in its assessment and management of chronic pain that people with primary pain should
Living with someone you care about with chronic pain can be hard to cope with. Without support and understanding you can have feelings of overwhelming
Miriam Daurat, Chartered Physiotherapist and Pain Management Specialist with Our Health Hub says ‘Chronic health conditions’ cover an incredibly broad range of health issues. These
If you have experienced persistent pain at any point in your life then without a doubt you will have explored different options that could help
Persistent pain affects over two fifths of the UK. This pain can manifest itself in anyone at any point in our lives, depending on environmental