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Understanding Chronic Pain

At the Good Health Centre, we like to use the term persistent pain as opposed to chronic pain in the consulting room.   

The term Chronic gives the impression that its fixed and immovable as opposed to persistent which is more changeable.

We now understand that the reasons for persistent pain can be multi factorial. The diagnosis and treatment approach need to match.

What does that mean? Well, we need to understand you a lot better to appreciate all the possible contributing factors in your life that might be causing this.

Our treatment approach will follow by introducing a variety of different modalities of care.

For example, we will explore the following:

  • Body function and movement
  • Balance
  • Visual field
  • Sleep patterns
  • Previous medical history
  • Operations and traumas
  • Nutrition
  • Stress and Resilience

By covering all these and many other subjects we can better understand you and your coping strategies and identify blocks to recovery.  Once achieved, understood, and shared we devise a bespoke treatment plan with you in mind with clear goals.

Throughout the treatment plan we will review your progress to make sure we are on track.

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Chronic pain amongst the UK population is a major concern as the number of people suffering is increasing year on year. If you are experiencing pain for over three months you are a chronic pain sufferer.

In a recent article published in the BMJ:

Prevalence of chronic pain in the UK: a systematic review and meta-analysis of population studies
– Fayaz A, Croft P, Langford RM, et al

Prevalence of chronic pain in the UK: a systematic review and meta-analysis of population studies

BMJ Open 2016;6:e010364. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010364 

Conclusion:
Chronic pain affects between one-third and one-half of the population of the UK, corresponding to just under 28 million adults, based on data from the best available published studies. This figure is likely to increase further in line with an ageing population.

Expert Chronic Pain:

You can book an appointment quickly and easily online by clicking below, if you have any questions prior to booking please get in touch with us on 0113 237 1173 or Email Us and one of the team will be in touch asap!

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Back Pain

If you have back pain, whether new or long-term, you know how it can interfere with your daily life.

Knee Pain

If you have knee pain, you’re not alone. Frequent knee pain affects around one in four adults.

Neck Pain

From a wry neck to arthritis, muscle spasm to a ‘dowager’s hump’, necks are a common source of pain.

Shoulder Pain

Under normal circumstances, the shoulder has the greatest mobility of any of the body’s joints. But when something goes wrong, it can mean pain, limitation and frustration.

Sciatica

Sciatica refers to pain that runs from the low back into the buttock and down the back of the thigh. It may go below the knee and into the foot.

Heel Pain

There are many causes of heel pain. These include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinosis, heel spurs, and stress fractures. 

What our patients say

Naakesha Michl
Naakesha Michl
2024-06-03
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Staff from reception to physio absolutely excellent. Couldn't recommend enough- I saw Aisha for a Mummy MOT and wholeheartedly recommend.
Marta Seiler
Marta Seiler
2024-06-03
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My awful pain reduced in one settion by Emma. More than grateful to be able to move
Rachel Fleming
Rachel Fleming
2024-06-03
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I had an appointment for my 16 week old baby and for myself with Simon Barron. My baby has been having some feeding issues and trapped wind. Instantly I felt heard, and in safe hands. Simon is so knowledgeable and explained why we might be having these problems & why the baby might be a bit tense in certain areas. It all made sense finally. Simon was gentle and so good with my baby (he really enjoyed it and was all smiles!) Simon taught us exercises and techniques to try at home with the baby and they are already helping him. I’m so grateful we found Simon and will be returning frequently. Don’t fret if you’re wondering about doing this for your baby, it’s 100% worth it!
Jacqueline Randall
Jacqueline Randall
2024-05-28
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Excellent experience with Aisha for a Mummy MOT would highly recommend!
MICHAEL JOHNSTON
MICHAEL JOHNSTON
2024-05-28
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Professional experience with Seb and helped with my back issues. Would recommend.
Reka Janovszki
Reka Janovszki
2024-05-24
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Simon and Josh are two of the best Osteopaths I’ve seen at Good Health for my sport injuries. They have helped me prepare for Hyrox, treated running and cycling injuries. I’d highly recommend them both!
Hussein Aoni
Hussein Aoni
2024-05-18
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Staff at Good health centre and Osteopath Adnan were Extremely efficient , they managed to expedite the appointment to see me. Friendly and professional . Thank you
stephen ongley
stephen ongley
2024-05-17
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Excellent levels of expertise!
Alex Matza
Alex Matza
2024-05-10
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Always professional and helpful, my sessions have been life saving. Thank you.
Helen Fitton
Helen Fitton
2024-05-08
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I have used the Good Health centre over many years. Seb, one of the osteopaths, helps me maintain a quality of life that I wouldn't otherwise enjoy. He is always patient and kind, and treats me with respect. The receptionists are always cheerful, and make one feel welcome. I would highly recommend.