With simple and easy to understand tips and information to help you get you started to self-manage your pain. Links to useful resources in UK.
This is a shorter, condensed version of the Pain Toolkit consisting of just 14 pages and is ideal for quick referencing and using whilst on the go.
Keith Meldrum from Canada, who lives with neuropathic pain, co-authored this digital version of the Pain Toolkit with Pete Moore.
The Pain Toolkit is for people who live with mental health and long-term physical pain. It is recommended to be used with a Key Worker or Healthcare Professional.
The Pain Toolkit is your toolkit to help you support the people with pain and other long-term health conditions you see.
The Back Pain Toolkit is for people with long-term back pain. It includes simple stretches to help you start to exercise and get active. As always, show the stretches to members of your healthcare team to get their approval first.
Pete Moore's journey, from when his long-term pain was a problem and how he learnt to self-manage it today!
Pete Moore from the UK and co-author Mary Wing from Australia collaborated in this edition of the Pain Toolkit. Mary also lives with neuropathic pain and has learnt, how to self-manage it.
The self-management toolkit is for people who are carers and are also living with log term health conditions and want to learn some extra simple skills.
My Pain Toolkit can help you to choose some simple tips and skills that focus on all these aspects of managing your pain. By learning these skills you CAN learn to self-manage your pain and live your life normally even though you have pain.