Specialist Pain Physiotherapist | Richmond Stace

Getting the best of you

“Make each day your masterpiece” ~ John Wooden

Is pain affecting your life? Is pain limiting you at home, at work and with play? This programme is for you.

Call to book your appointment: t. 07518 445493 e. [email protected] or use contact form below

The Pain Coach Programme for people who want change, to overcome their pain and live well & The Dystonia Clinic ~ London & Surrey

Skype Pain Coaching to reach to you across the globe

When you come to one of my clinics you are supporting the work of Understand Pain. Part of the fees from each session go towards positive work in society. You are contributing to changing pain in society and for the next generation ~ read here

Specialist Pain Physio for chronic pain

 Listen to Richmond here

Finding Richmond six months ago was the start of a journey that has gotten me back doing the things I love and most importantly, feeling myself, something which I didn’t think would be possible. SA 2017

I thank you very much for being my mental and physical doctor and teacher. I have learnt so much from you things I will use to start my new life and continue strong on this new path. I do not feel like the same person I was before I fell sick, I feel like a totally different person and you are part of the reason the changes occurred in me so I am extremely grateful for everything. MK August 2017

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Getting the best of you

Physiotherapy and much much more, The Pain Coach Programme gives you the treatment, knowledge and skills to overcome pain and live life with confidence, particularly persistent pain, chronic pain and complex pain.

If you are suffering a pain or chronic pain problem, the bespoke Pain Coach Programme can help you achieve success. This treatment, training and coaching programme is based based on the latest pain sciences together with strengths based coaching for you to achieve results.

Who comes for treatment? Read here

Everyone has great potential for sustained change. Learn to use your strengths and natural resources, practice the skills of well-being and create new and healthy habits that enable this change.

My background is a blend of over 20 years experience in pain neuroscience, physiotherapy, rehabilitation and nursing. The culmination of this experience is the approach that I take to persisting and complex pain as a specialist pain physiotherapist

You don’t need to put up with your suffering as it is now. You can learn how to change your life with simple skills and practices. Overcome your pain and live meaningfully according to you.

“With your understanding, patience, kindness, compassion, gentle touch and strategies, you have managed to drag me out of a deep, deep hole of pain” JS

“Not only has he helped me overcome obstacles which seemed to high to climb at the time, but he has taught me truly invaluable lessons which I will use for the rest of my life” JD

Richmond Stace | Specialist Pain Physiotherapist

Understand pain (UP) is an enterprise with a purpose that I co-founded with Georgie Standage. Our aim is to change the way that society thinks about pain by delivering the right messages about pain, based on the latest science, so that each individual realises their potential to change and live well. For further information, please see the website www.understandpain.com and follow on Twitter @UPandlivewell

I am a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HPC). I am also a member of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), the Physiotherapy Pain Association (editorial team), the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (OCPPP — Physio First) and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP)

Clinics in London and Surrey:

Harley Street | Chelsea Consulting Rooms | New Malden Diagnostics Centre

Common conditions:

Back pain, problem sports injuries, complex regional pain syndrome or CRPS, fibromyalgia, women in pain, dystonia, joint hypermobility syndrome, repetitive strain injury

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