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Ask the Professionals - Struggling and would like to connect with a healthcare professional

Ask the Professionals - Struggling and would like to connect with a healthcare professional

Struggling and would like to connect with a healthcare professional

Ask the Professionals - Struggling and would like to connect with a healthcare professional

Got a question about…Self-managing your persistent pain and would like to communicate with an experienced healthcare professional.

IMPORTANT notice: for legal reasons, we cannot comment or advise on medical matters, ie diagnosis, medications or treatments.

Pete Moore - professional Coach in pain self-management

Pete has been successfully managing his persistent pain and other health problems for 28yrs. He is a City & Guilds qualified Coach teaching adults Self-Management skills

He is a member of:

  • British Pain Society (Honorary Member)
  • International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
  • IASP Taskforce Covid-19
  • Presenter at European Pain Federation (EFIC) & Pain School (Austria)

To ask Pete a question, please click here ( When asking question please quote "From the Pain Tookit  )

Katie Knapton - professional Chartered Physiotherapist

Katie qualified from King's College hospital in 1991 and then worked at Guy's Hospital followed by some time travelling and working in Brisbane Australia. 

Specialising in musculoskeletal injuries she was employed at St. George's Hospital London where she worked as a specialist physio alongside Orthopaedic Consultants. With a keen interest in sport I have worked with martial arts, rugby, skiing , football and swimming injuries and many more!! 

In 2002 she left the NHS and has worked in private practice ever since. Katie attends regular post graduate training and really loves her work. She is Chartered and registered with the Health Professions Council and have private health insurers approval.

To ask Katie a question, please click here ( When asking question please quote "From the Pain Tookit  )

Dr Sue Peacock - professional Consultant Health Psychologist, specialising in sleep problems

As a Consultant Health Psychologist I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and am an Associate Fellow of The British Psychological Society.

  • I have a PhD in pain psychology and also I am an Advanced Hypnotherapy Practitioner registered on the General Hypnotherapy Register.
  • I have research publications in the field of pain and run workshops for health professionals to improve their understanding of persistent pain.
  • I have authored these books so far, Sleeping with Pain, Break the Pain Cycle in 28 days and Managing Chronic Pain in the Family.

To ask Sue a question, please click here ( When asking question please quote "From the Pain Tookit  )

IMPORTANT notice: for legal reasons, we cannot comment or advise on medical matters, ie diagnosis, medications or treatments.