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Free pain management programme

Living with persistent pain can be difficult, affecting all areas of your life.

Would you like to attend a free Veteran specific Pain Management Programme (PMP) to help you learn ways to manage it more effectively?

“Having attended the PMP I now feel so much more confident with my overall pain management”

“The PMP has been fantastic – it has helped me to be able to get through my day”

“My pain is now more manageable”

The programme has been twice rated as outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and 93% of veterans who completed the programme rated it as 5 stars.

The aims of the PMP are:

• To improve physical functioning and ability whilst reducing associated flare ups
• To improve understanding of persistent pain conditions to help you make choices about your future pain management
• To reduce pain related distress and behaviours that may be increasing and maintaining your distress and difficulties
• To review and reduce medication and to develop ways to manage increases in pain

The PMP is in total ten days long spread over nine months; this includes two residential components of four days each and two single days.

King Edward VII’s Hospital will provide the assessment and treatment free of charge and will cover all reasonable travel costs, accommodation and meals. Spaces are limited and a GP referral along with Proof of Service will need to be submitted before an assessment can be offered.

To apply please contact:-

Email: veteranshealth@kingedwardvii.co.uk
Telephone: 0207 467 4370 – Website: www.kingedwardvii.co.uk

Charity No: 208944

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