Life long pain-management drugs
Pain management with the NHS is becoming very costly some patients dealing with serious injury are being left to take pain management drugs such as codeine and opiate based medication to maintain pain levels.
With the UK nation becoming more active repetitive strain injuries etc will be on the rise in many GP clinics.
With a greater focus on rehabilitation and different approach to pain management the NHS and private medical sector could save millions by adopting these new treatments being trailed in Pain management clinics in the Northwest.
- Hypnotherapy for Pain Management
- EFT ( emotional Freedom technique) for pain management
- Acupuncture for pain management
For example the most common conditions for arm pain are -
- a simple sprain
- tennis elbow or golfer's elbow
- a squashed or trapped nerve
- repetitive strain injury (RSI)
The main stream solution for these problems would be medication such a Ibuprofen or paracetamol, and these problem injuries should be treated using a range of different pain-mangement treatments involving sports therapy and physiotherapy.