28/02/2020 Growing pains: chronic pain in children and youth

Much of the pain experienced by children and teenagers are chalked up to growing pains. While this may be part of the picture, the label ‘growing pains’ can mask underlying conditions and issues that may require medical intervention. For example, sports injuries are the most...

20/01/2020 Privacy Policy Update

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29/11/2019 Altering Pain Signals with the Latest Technology

Neuromodulation can be a life-changing treatment for the carefully selected patient. In recent years, we have seen neuromodulation therapy advance in a way that has dramatically reduced pain and improved functioning for many of our patients. Neuromodulation aims to reduce pain by interrupting ‘pain signals’ in...

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...

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