Pain management physiotherapy is a way to help people deal with their pain and its impact on their daily life.
The aim of pain management is to alleviate pain where possible.
If this is not possible, pain management physiotherapy will
- help to reduce pain and
- teach people ways to manage their pain on a daily basis
This will allow people to take control of their pain and learn strategies to try and improve their independence and quality of life.
Physiotherapists help a great deal of patients manage their pain, especially those suffering from physical pains and chronic pain.
We will teach you how to deal with your symptoms and improve your quality of life in order to help you maintain your functional ability.
Some of the physiotherapy treatment approaches and modalities for pain management may include
- Pacing & Planning
- Relaxation & Deep Breathing Exercises (DBE)
- Managing Flare-ups
- Mirror Therapy
- Personal Exercise Programs
- Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
- Dry Needling
- Manual Therapy
- Normalizing Sensation
Nigel is a principal hand therapist practicing since 2005; and Louise is a principal physiotherapist practicing since 2006…and we’re really interested in treating orthopedic and sports injuries and condition, and treating pain for good.
Orthopedic and sports injuries and conditions refer to painful issues to one’s
- bones, muscles, joints, nerves, tendons and ligaments
- ie neck, back, hip, knee, calf, ankle, foot, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand and fingers
Where To Next
- Go to Home / Start
- Learn and find out more about your orthopedic / sports pains (bones, muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, nerves etc) at Pain Conditions & Injuries
- Explore pain relief physiotherapy treatments as well as pain relief products & solutions
- Ask our physiotherapist and hand therapist questions about your specific pain.
- Read our latest articles at our blog
- Contact us to suggest topics / pain relief products for us to review; for media inquiries or even to say hi (we'd love to receive mail thanking us for helping with pain relief).