Chronic pain usually develops after a trauma or injury and the pain continues causing problems after the injury itself has healed. Learn more about chronic pain and symptoms here.
Health officials have revealed that hand transplants will be available to UK patients on the NHS. Assessment of suitable candidate will commence from April from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
At CFG Law we keenly follow new developments in technology which can bring greater independence to our seriously injured clients and improve their quality of life. New 3D printing technology could bring a new way of creating prosthetic limbs for amputees.
The 6th-13th September is Fibromyalgia Awareness Week 2015. Here’s our info-graphic on Fibromyalgia, showing the different symptoms people can experience as well as what can cause the condition.
If you suffer from Chronic Pain, your life can be very difficult and it is hard for other people to understand the daily impact it has on your life. Pain Management Programmes can help you to learn ways of dealing with your pain.
Managing Activity Levels with Chronic Pain. A balanced approach to undertaking activities is recommended in order to avoid becoming overly fatigued by daily activities and make your pain worse, causing you to stop doing any of the activities.
Here’s our info-graphic about Fibromyalgia and how the condition can affect people who are living with it.
Chronic Pain can be a very distressing condition. It is also difficult to manage and learning what triggers your pain is an important part of managing your symptoms. In this article we give advice on keeping a pain log.
Are you suffering from ongoing severe, debilitating pain following a serious injury? Take a look at our infographic about Complex Regional Pain Syndrome to see if your symptoms match this illness.
BBC News has recently reported on new tests where scientists have improved recovery on chronic wounds. We take a look at what this means for patients.