Skills to cope with Chronic Pain

Skills to cope with chronic pain

Living with pain on a daily basis….


……can be physically and emotionally
exhausting, not just leaving you in severe discomfort but also
influencing your mood and overall sense of wellbeing. There is an
overwhelming amount of information out there on what to do, or
not do, and so much advice that it can be hard to know where to
start, so we’ve put the following Skills to cope with Chronic Pain resource together.

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How Physical Therapy Can Help With Chronic Pain

If you suffer from chronic pain…..


…’ve probably at some point been told that you’re supposed to stay as active as possible. However the thought probably makes you cringe, especially when sometimes, just getting through the day at home or work is hard enough. This is where a physical therapist can help. They can give you a personalised strengthening and exercise plan,  and help you learn how to manage your daily life and reduce pain through certain treatments.


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Build Activity Into Your Everyday Life

When a pain becomes chronic it can have far-reaching effects on your life; affecting your sleep, reducing activity levels, impacting on work and social life, causing fatigue and mood alterations, and even causing severe disability. So, how can regular physical activity
reduce your pain and improve your quality of life?

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Managing Activity Levels with Chronic Pain
Plan how you intend to start an activity and how long you will do it for. Just as an athlete in training, you can then gradually build this up to a level which you are happy with. This pacing of your exercises helps you to introduce things in a controlled and responsible manner. Pacing really does work – you can stay motivated by continually achieving a series of small goals.


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