Did you know that there are variations of talk therapy such as ACT and CBT that can result in dramatic improvements to your pain? Let’s explore these.
With so many different theories and models on chronic pain, it can be confusing to fully understand how it works – especially for those who suffer from it. But one such model, known as ‘the pain triangle’, is a simplistic way to view chronic pain, providing patients with a lot of knowledge and potential recovery options.
Chronic pain does more than just cause physical problems. The underlying effects it can have on the psychology of sufferers can be hugely detrimental to their health and wellbeing. Let’s explore the psychology of pain, and the importance of understanding it.
Social isolation is common in people with chronic pain. This article explores the reasons behind this, and provides guidance to combat the problem.
Men face a great deal of stigma in relation to chronic pain. Let’s take a look at why and what can be done about this.
This post breaks down the typical pain assessment to help you speak the same language as your healthcare providers.
Graded Motor Imagery (GMI) is a therapy that allows patients to reduce pain and sometimes even eliminate it. This article takes a look at what the therapy involves and how it can help you.
This article explores practical tips and strategies for working with chronic pain such as physical adjustments, workplace accommodations, disclosure, and behavioural/cognitive interventions.