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Flare-ups happen. It's how we deal with them that really counts, so that we don't lose sight of our longer-term goals.
A model activites schedule to help you structure your time.
This factsheet will help you create a plan to help manage flare-ups.
How should we manage in times of increased pain? Click on the link to find out more...
Its important to think about the best coping strategies for times of increased pain. Preparing in advance can help you to make sensible decisions when flare-ups do occur.
Pain Concern has provided information on preventing and managing flare-ups.
Action on Pain has provded a tool which discusses how to devise and use a flare-up plan.
* It is important you read the disclaimer at the bottom of this page before acting upon any advice given within our factsheets and the information that has been provided on our website.
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Patients online service
Our online service providing a ‘one-stop-shop’ for a wide range of information, work sheets, tools and support.
Do you need extra help?
Request a pain coach
You can opt to be contacted by a trained pain coach (somebody who knows what it’s like to live with daily pain) who can offer you additional support to help with your goals if you need it.
Click here for more information on the Pain Chain.
Please note that this service is available only to people who are currently or have previously been under the pain service.
Speak to us about what might work for you on 01305 213040
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