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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.

 

Occipital Neuralgia And Anti-Depressants/Anti-Convulsion Medication

Occipital Neuralgia And Anti-Depressants/Anti-Convulsion Medication Occipital neuralgia is a relatively uncommon condition. For this reason it is not the condition that immediately springs to mind when a patient present s with persistent and chronic headaches that can be quite disabling. All too frequently the patient is suspected of having a migraine and medication to...

Patient Testimonial about pain and London Pain Clinic

Pain has changed my life completely! “Pain has changed my life completely! A sudden move or even laughing aloud can cause lots of discomfort to me. My medical condition has limited my functions and taken my happiness away. Dr. Christopher Jenner I’ve been under the care of Dr. Jenner and the great assistance of...

Sleep Disturbance of Myofasical Pain Syndrome

Sleep Disturbance of Myofasical Pain Syndrome Introduction Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS) is essentially defined as a painful musculoskeletal condition, characterized by the development of Myofascial trigger points (TrPs), that are locally tender when active and refer pain through specific patterns to other areas of the body. A trigger point, when pressed upon causes pain...

Sleep Disturbance of Myofasical Pain Syndrome

Sleep Disturbance of Myofasical Pain Syndrome Introduction Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS) is essentially defined as a painful musculoskeletal condition, characterized by the development of Myofascial trigger points (TrPs), that are locally tender when active and refer pain through specific patterns to other areas of the body. A trigger point, when pressed upon causes pain...

Endometriosis. A patients’ perspective

  Endometriosis. A patients’ perspective Introduction to Endometriosis Endometriosis is caused by endometrial cells (cells from the lining of the uterus (womb)) travelling away from the womb and settling mainly in the pelvic cavity, although endo deposits have been found everywhere in the body, except from the spleen. There are various theories of how/why...

Pain Management using Alexander Technique

  Pain Management using Alexander Technique Essential principles of the Alexander Technique The essential principle is that you are working in partnership and dialogue with your body instead of animosity and distrust. Don’t judge, push; impose all the oughts and shoulds. If you start getting the early warning signals of pain from your body...

The Alexander Strategy for Dealing With Pain

The Alexander Strategy for Dealing With Pain Principles of the Alexander Technique Deep relaxation, which is one of the fundamental principles of the Alexander Technique, has been found effective in helping to overcome pain by reducing muscular tension, a component of the vicious circle of chronic pain. Research has shown that relaxation also helps...