I’m In Pain

Recovery From Chronic Fatigue M.E. & Fibromyalgia

No one Thinks you’re making it up

No one Thinks it’s imagined

No one Thinks it’s your fault

Relief from chronic pain clinic 

CFS, M.E, Fibromyalgia

Are you experiencing persistent pain such as Migraine, Sciatica, Ibs, Persistent Back or Shoulder Pain? 

Have you been diagnosed or think you may have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Myalgia Encephalomyelitis (M.E) Fibromyalgia or Repetitive Strain injury (RSI)?

Our aim is to help people who suffer from persistent pain and for whom conventional medicine has failed to find an answer for non-specific pain.

We provide a cutting-edge approach to Relief from Chronic Pain as well as other persistent symptoms, in order to help you regain your life.

To find out more about this structured approach to relief from chronic pain contact us today to book your 30 minute discovery call with one of our accredited specialist practitioners.

Pain Relief in Simple Steps

Our treatment approach is educational, evidence-based and is self-empowering to assist you to identify and acknowledge the underlying causes of your chronic pain. Whilst, also developing a healthier neural pathway that enables a pain free, healthier life.

We focus on four main areas: Education, Physical, Emotional and Lifestyle. All of these play a significant role in enabling you to become more stress resilient, emotionally aware and able to live a healthier, active life moving forwards.

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What If?

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