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26Apr/15
Surrey Business Awards 2015

Surrey Business Awards 2015 Winner

I was thrilled to be the Surrey Business Awards winner this year in the Mental Health and Wellbeing category — Get Surrey article here.

Surrey Business Awards 2015

Winning the award creates a platform from where I can continue to raise awareness of the problem of pain — chronic pain is the number one global health burden. Despite pain’s complexity, there is a great deal that we can do to overcome the problems. Modern pain science, and more recently the blend with philosophy, gives us better and better ways in which we can think about pain, and provides the basis for action that we can take to move forward, using practical and simple techniques and strategies.

Pain Coach ProgrammeMy Pain Coach Programme that is to be launched imminently delivers tangible and simple ways for anyone suffering chronic pain to move forward. Understanding pain is the first step, allowing the individual to think in the right way and make effective decisions moment to moment. The programmes are designed uniquely for the whole person, as pain is now known to be a whole person experience, emerging in that person as a result of many body systems acting to protect. Whilst this is removed from old-style Cartesian thinking and is inherently more complicated, modern thinking about pain permits far greater opportunity to change the way that these body systems are working, making the switch out of protect mode and into health mode.

UP | Understanding PainAlongside Pain Coach has been the recent launch of UP | Understand Pain, a campaign that I co-founded with Georgie Standage. Our first event was the hugely successful @upandsing day at London Heathrow when we had some 700 Rock Choir members singing out for pain. We promoted our messages:

  • Chronic pain is the number one global health burden
  • We can do something about it by understanding pain

We are now planning the next stages that includes Pain Coach days for people suffering chronic pain and their carers. The first date will be publicised soon via social media.

We CAN reduce the suffering by thinking differently and acting differently. This is true for individuals, policy makers and healthcare organisations and members.

For information about the clinics, Pain Coach and UP, please contact Jo on 07518 445493.

05Jul/12

Who’s Who in London Private Healthcare

La Creme Magazine is featuring specialists who are delivering innovative and modern healthcare in the ‘Who’s Who in London Private Healthcare’. I was pleased to be interviewed by the Editor, Sarah Hutton, at the Royal Society of Medicine where we sat and chatted about modern concepts of pain. Here is the piece online, soon to be distributed in the La Creme health supplement – click here

“He has one of the most artistic and progressive approaches to physiotherapy in London and is in demand from patients as well as top specialists. Our Editor went to meet him to find out why his revolutionary pain-physio treatment could transform your life”. Sarah Hutton on Richmond Stace.

 

For further information about treatment programmes please contact us: 07518 445493

 

28May/12

Specialist Pain Physio Clinics | The Chelsea Consulting Rooms, Chelsea

The Specialist Pain Physio clinic based at The Chelsea Consulting Rooms in the heart of Chelsea is located very close to Sloane Square underground station.

Modern treatment of painful conditions requires a comprehensive approach that addresses the reasons for pain, the influences upon pain, past experiences of pain and lifestyle factors. Employing science-based therapies that range from hands-on techniques to cognitive and brain focused strategies, we aim to reduce symptoms, increase activity levels and maximise quality of life.

We see individuals who reside locally and those who travel from around the UK and beyond, either referred by their specialist or self-referring for treatment. Common reasons for consultation and treatment include back pain, neck pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), recurring/persisting sports injuries, tendinopathy, fibromyalgia, repetitive strain injury (RSI), medically unexplained symptoms (pain yet no demonstrable pathology or injury), whiplash injury (whiplash associated disorder), rheumatological complaints and arthritis.
If you are suffering pain, persisting pain or are finding it difficult to return to normal activities, come and see us in London and Surrey. Other sites for the clinics are Harley Street, Temple and New Malden in Surrey.
T 07518 445493
28May/12

Specialist Pain Physio Clinics | Harley Street, London

The Specialist Pain Physio clinic based at 9 Harley Street is at the Cavendish Square end of the prestigious road in Central London. At this location we provide the latest physiotherapy treatment for pain, complex pain, persisting pain and injury.

The clinic is easily accessible by public transport, with Oxford Street and Marylebone nearby, where the world famous shopping centres, bars and restaurants are situated.
Modern treatment of painful conditions requires a comprehensive approach that addresses the reasons for pain, the influences upon pain, past experiences of pain and lifestyle factors. Employing science-based therapies that range from hands-on techniques to cognitive and brain focused strategies, we aim to reduce symptoms, increase activity levels and maximise quality of life.
We see individuals who reside locally and those who travel from around the UK and beyond, either referred by their specialist or self-referring for treatment. Common reasons for consultation and treatment include back pain, neck pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), recurring/persisting sports injuries, tendinopathy, fibromyalgia, repetitive strain injury (RSI), medically unexplained symptoms (pain yet no demonstrable pathology or injury), whiplash injury (whiplash associated disorder), rheumatological complaints and arthritis.
If you are suffering pain, persisting pain or are finding it difficult to return to normal activities, come and see us in London and Surrey. Other sites for the clinics are Chelsea, Temple and New Malden in Surrey.
T 07518 445493