Chronic Pain Management

Relieving your pain through evidence-based treatments

What Is Chronic Pain?

Chronic pain is a type of pain that is ongoing and usually lasts three months or more. It is long-standing and the pain will persist beyond the usual recovery period.

It usually occurs with a chronic health condition such as Arthritis or Fibromyalgia.

Common Types of Chronic Pain

Arthritis

Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints, resulting in joint pain and stiffness. Arthritis is age-related and usually worsens as you age.

While Arthritis cannot be treated, performing the right set of exercises may help alleviate the pain.

 

Back Pain

Chronic back pain is usually age-related, but it can also stem from injuries like muscle strain and fractures. People who are in the lifting or pulling of heavy load are also more prone to develop back pain.

Spinal stenosis, sciatica, and slipped disc are also common causes of chronic back pain.

 

 

Fibromyalgia

Also known as Myofascial Pain Syndrome, Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes musculoskeletal pain to various parts of your body. As a result, it is often accompanied by fatigue and mood swings.

Physical therapy management and exercise can help in reducing the pain symptoms.

 

 

Arthritis

Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints, resulting in joint pain and stiffness. Arthritis is age-related and usually worsens as you age.

While Arthritis cannot be treated, performing the right set of exercises may help alleviate the pain.

 

Chronic Back Pain

Chronic back pain is usually age-related, but it can also stem from injuries like muscle strain and fractures. People who are in the lifting or pulling of heavy load are also more prone to develop back pain.

Spinal stenosis, sciatica, and slipped disc are also common causes of chronic back pain.

Fibromyalgia

Also known as Myofascial Pain Syndrome, Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes musculoskeletal pain to various parts of your body. As a result, it is often accompanied by fatigue and mood swings.

Physical therapy management and exercise can help in reducing the pain symptoms.

Why Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy has always been of great importance in chronic pain management. Exercising is the foundation of chronic pain management. However, not all exercises are suitable for everyone.

Hence, you need an experienced and skilled physiotherapist to customise a suitable individual program for you.

High-Intensity Electromagnetic Therapy

A non-invasive treatment that involves the use of High-Intensity Electromagnetic Therapy (HI-EMT) to elicit strong muscular contractions to promote muscle growth.

Winback Tecartherapy

A revolutionary non-invasive French technology that utilizes WINBACK energy— a high-frequency current that can stimulate our body’s natural repair mechanisms and help with muscle and joint pain.

Physical Therapy

Utilizing a broad range of treatment methods from massages, exercises, and breathing techniques to increase mobility, strength, and to manage injury and pain.

 

 

 

High-Intensity Electromagnetic Therapy

A non-invasive treatment that involves the use of High-Intensity Electromagnetic Therapy (HI-EMT) to elicit strong muscular contractions to promote muscle growth.

Winback Tecartherapy

A revolutionary non-invasive French technology that utilizes WINBACK energy— a high-frequency current that can stimulate our body’s natural repair mechanisms and help with muscle and joint pain.

Physical Therapy

Utilizing a broad range of treatment methods from massages, exercises, and breathing techniques to increase mobility, strength, and to manage injury and pain.

 

Understand Your Chronic Pain & Deal With It

While most chronic pain cannot be treated, the pain can be managed by physiotherapy and exercises.

Relaxation techniques, massages, and healthy lifestyle habits are also helpful and can improve your chronic pain conditions.

Let our qualified physiotherapists help you with your chronic pain.

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