Category Archives: Women and pain

24Oct/16

Women in pain

Recently I gave a talk to a group of female health professionals at the Inspiring Women in Medicine meeting entitled ‘Women in pain’. I spoke about the significant societal problem of women suffering persistent pain, which isRead More…

28Sep/14

Fibromyalgia in women | #fibromyalgia

I see many women suffering with fibromyalgia. I also see many women who have widespread aches and pains, frequently without an injury, but rather a gradual increase in pain across the body. This maybe fibromyalgia, butRead More…

10Dec/13

Uncomfortably numb

Feeling numb can mean that the self has lost its physical presence, or in an emotional sense, feelings have become blunted. These are both different constructs of loss for which we are compelled to seek anRead More…

13Aug/13

Endometriosis & Melatonin | Women and Pain Series

Chronic pelvic pain is a troubling condition for many women. The reason for pelvic pain varies but certainly includes endometriosis where the lesions impact upon nerve health and function (see here) with consequential sensitisation. The purportedRead More…

10Jul/13

Women and Pain Clinic @ 132 Harley Street

The Women and Pain clinic is dedicated to providing contemporary treatment, training and coaching for females who suffer persisting pain. Common examples of on-going painful problems include: pelvic pain: including pain from endometriosis, bladder problems, muscularRead More…

05Nov/12

Women and pain | Part 1

  ‘As many as 50 million American women live with one or more neglected and poorly understood chronic pain conditions’  Generally I see more female patients than male. This observation supports the view that chronic pain is moreRead More…