25/09/2019 Nerve-related foot pain: is there a magic formula?

Numb, tingling, hypersensitive, stabbing and burning are words commonly used to describe the pain of peripheral neuropathy. Initially presenting in the feet, this pain syndrome is a source of disability and decreased quality of life in those suffering from its effects. Many patients with neuropathy...

31/07/2019 Coping better with persistent or chronic pain

Chronic or persistent pain is more than just a biological or physical phenomenon. Both social and psychological factors can change how we experience and perceive pain, these factors can increase pain or be utilised to decrease ‘the volume’ of pain. The role of self-management is...

26/06/2019 What is your “Live Better” tip?

Metro Pain Group are compiling a collection of helpful tips and advice to be shared within the chronic pain community. In 25 words or less, how do you manage your pain and live better? Send your tips to: livebetter@metropain.com.au The tips you share will remain anonymous...

17/05/2019 Shoulder pain: What happens when it persists?

Shoulder pain is the third most common musculoskeletal complaint, with studies indicating that the prevalence of shoulder pain in the general population may be up to 67%.1  Shoulder pain has been reported to persist beyond a year in up to 40% of patients, following an...

18/01/2019 Pelvic Pain: You Don’t Have to Suffer in Silence

Chronic pelvic pain is pain felt below the navel which has been ongoing or intermittent for over six months. Pain can range from a dull ache to a sharp stabbing pain in this region. Individuals suffering from pelvic pain often experience other debilitating factors...

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