Pain Conditions

Our pain unit treats a variety of conditions that may cause back pain including sciatica, disc issues and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Treating back pain is not always a simple process and our experts can give you the best possible advice to manage your pain. Treatment includes conservative optimisation of medication, physical therapy as well as ultrasound guided injections.

I last saw Dean Halfpenny, and I thought he was very good in asking me what the issues were and asking about general health and also taking the time to explain to me what the issues were with out me having to ask.

June 6, 2016

Pain Specialities

Brachalgia and neck pain
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
Myofacial pain disorder
Neuropathic pain
Pain following spine surgery
Pain psychology

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Blog Posts

  • What Is An Ankle Sprain?

     When there is a trauma to the ligaments in your foot, it is called a sprained ankle. The ligaments are the things that connect your ...

  • Long Term Back Pain

     Long term back pain is a fairly common problem, but in most cases, the cause isn’t anything serious. The pain will usually go away on ...

  • Spinal Fractures

     A spinal fracture is not like a fracture in the arm or leg. A spinal fracture can pinch and damage the nerves in the spine. ...

  • Tendonitis In The Elbow

     Tendonitis in the elbow, or more commonly known, tennis elbow, is a condition that can cause pain on the outside of the elbow. It often ...

  • Swelling In The Feet

     The list of causes of swelling in the feet is long and varied. They range from injuries to medical conditions. Fluid retention is one of ...

  • Possible Causes Of Leg Pain

     Leg pain can stem from a whole lot of different conditions that don’t necessarily have to start in the leg. This can make diagnosis an ...

  • Neuropathic Pain

     Neuropathic pain typically comes with some type of tissue damage or injury. It is a chronic pain state that is a direct result of damaged ...

  • Causes of Ankle Pain

     Ankle pain is a very common problem here in the UK, and it is a problem with many causes. It’s important that you get ankle ...

  • High Arches And Foot Pain

     What are high arches?Your arch is made up of the metatarsal and tarsal bones which are held in place by supporting ligaments and tendons. They ...

  • Back Stiffness

     Back stiffness is a very common issue here in the UK. At some point in our lives, we are all likely to experience some form ...

  • Neck Nerve Pain

    Nerves are information highways, they send messages from your brain and spinal cord to the rest of your body. Along with many other signals and ...

  • Meniscal Tears

     Today’s article is all about meniscal tears. We are going to see the causes, symptoms and treatments of meniscal tears and also find out what ...

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Blog posts

  • What Is Calcific Tendonitis?

      Calcific tendonitis is a build up of calcium deposits in your muscles or tendons. Although this build-up of calcium can occur in any part of your body, one of the most common places for the build-up to occur is in your rotator cuff. The rotator cuff is a grouping of tendons and muscles that […]

  • Why Do I Need Foot Physiotherapy?

      There are plenty of reason why someone may need to have foot physiotherapy. You may need to have physiotherapy on one of your feet after an injury or operation. In this case, it is to get your foot performing normally after this trauma. You may also need to have physiotherapy when you have a […]

  • Why Is My Ankle Giving Way?

      What does it mean when your ankle gives way? Your ankle giving way actually has a medical name which is chronic ankle instability. It is a condition in which, you will sprain your ankle for seemingly no reason at all. Typically, these sprains will occur when you are running or walking, but sometimes they […]