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As experts in effective pain medicine and management, here at the London Pain Clinic we are experienced in employing numerous different interventions to help you experience life pain-free. However, we also recognise that some patients may want to find out as much as possible about their own condition themselves. With that in mind, our Information section provides articles and resources on everything from alternative therapies and botox to repetitive strain injury and whiplash. Simply click on a topic on the right to get started. Nevertheless, if you would like to book an appointment with one of our pain specialists, please call us on 020 7118 0250 or email the London Pain Clinic.

Procedures for back pain relief

At the London Pain clinic, our Consultants will fully assess a patient during an initial consultation for back pain and suggest a treatment plan. This will sometimes include physical rehabilitation therapy, an MRI scan and medication. If more conservative methods of treatment are not effective, we offer various minimally invasive pain management procedures to...

Common back pain causes and treatments

Here we outline some of the various types of back pain, their possible causes and treatment options available.   Condition – Muscle strain/Ligament strains Cause – Moving too quickly or in awkward positions, forceful movements, causing muscles to tear or sprain Treatment – Rest, massage and ice to reduce inflammation   Condition – Degenerated...

Avoiding lower back pain

There are many causes of lower back pain. Acute lower back pain is often caused  by sudden and  unnatural movements. However more ongoing chronic back pain can often be easily avoided by adapting your lifestyle and activity. Keeping Active – This can help prevent back pain. Muscles are meant to move and exercise keeps...

Remote Consultations

From 30th March 2020, our Consultants will no longer be offering face-to-face consultations. However, we are pleased to announce we are now able to offer remote consultations by telephone or video call for new and existing patients. Following the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus COVID-19, the UK Government has advised UK citizens to take unprecedented...

The importance of hydration for your health

  Why water?   Our bodies are made up of around 60% water. We need water for energy, for our brains to function properly, to maintain a healthy weight, for a healthy digestive system so that we have daily bowel movements, and to maintain a healthy blood pressure.   Our joints are surrounded by...