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Flippin’ Pain

Flippin’ Pain TM takes a community engagement approach to raising awareness of the impact of persistent pain and providing people with a better understanding of the science behind why we hurt. We bring pain science to the people who need it most in a way that is accessible, engaging, and relevant. Inspired by and aligned with the ground-breaking Pain Revolution movement in Australia, we are.

Living Well Despite Your Pain

My Live Well with Pain us for people who are living with persistent pain. It’s completely free to use and full of trusted techniques that people have found useful in helping them get on with their lives – despite their pain.

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Functional Neurological Disorder (FND):

FND describes neurological symptoms like limb weakness, tremor, numbness or blackouts, related to the movement and sensation parts of the nervous system…..

Body Reprogramming

Who is body reprogramming for?

Some patients have multiple symptoms, for example, widespread pain, fatigue, mental fog, stomach problems, poor sleep, and sensitivity to bright lights and noise. Often, when they seek help from a doctor they are not provided with a clear explanation for their symptoms. Some patients are given a diagnosis such as central sensitivity syndrome, or medical unexplained symptoms or fibromyalgia. Other patients have multiple diagnoses, for example, fibromyalgia with irritable bowel syndrome. These diagnoses can be confusing and often raise more questions than answers. Patients will often say that their doctor seems to know as little about the condition as they themselves.

Body reprogramming is for those patients with a long-term condition, such as central sensitivity syndrome or fibromyalgia and are seeking to understand this condition better.

Policy & Advice for Working with Arthritis or MSK Condition

Boom and bust cycle – Sheffield Aches and Pains

Pain can affect how you do everyday activities. It’s very common to fall into an unhelpful trap of ‘boom and bust’ patterns, where on days with less pain you find yourself saying: “I must get this, that and even this done before pain increases again.”

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