Dealing with Chronic Pain

NHS: Ways to manage chronic pain

The old-fashioned treatment for persistent pain, also known as chronic pain, was bed rest for weeks or months on end. We now know this is the worst possible approach. Exercise and continuing to work are key to recovery.

Website: NHS: Ways to manage chronic pain

My Live Well With Pain

My Live Well with Pain helps people who are living with persistent pain. It’s completely free to use and full of trusted techniques that people have found useful in helping them get on with their lives – despite their pain.

Website: my.livewellwithpain.co.uk

The British Pain Society

The British Pain Society contains lots of useful information, organisations and links for further information about chronic pain.

Website: British Pain Society: Useful Resources

Pain Concern

They work to improve the lives of people living with pain and those who care for them.

Website: www.painconcern.org.uk

Flippin' Pain

Flippin’ Pain has a number of key campaign messages focused on raising awareness of the problem of persistent pain, spreading the word about a modern scientific understanding of pain, and giving people knowledge, skills and hope for a better way forward.

Website: www.flippinpain.co.uk