There Are Bettter Options

Are you living with ongoing pain and feeling like there are no real solutions out there?

There Are Bettter Options

It's time to take control of your pain and live the life you deserve.

‘There are better options, usually non-medical options to support people to live well…’.

Dr Cathy Stannard speaking on Radio 4’s today programme this week.

Dr Stannard is the lead clinician on the group which issues the NHS guidelines for chronic pain. The piece was discussing new research that reports there is little proof that antidepressant drugs help with chronic pain. In fact, there is no class of medicine that helps effectively.

But there is hope because our understanding of pain and movement is changing. And with that new strategies are emerging how we can help people.

Recent research published in The Lancet shows that a multidimensional approach that includes movement and mind-body strategies can empower individuals to live well away from pain [1].

At The Movement Works, we're passionate about finding real solutions for ongoing pain. By understanding pain and movement science, we're able to design solutions that can help people move away from pain and towards a healthier, happier life. Our focus has been on designing these solutions for years.

That's why we've curated The Healthy Movement Programme - to give people like you the opportunity to gain the knowledge and skills to put these solutions into practice. And best of all, it's a non-medical option that doesn't rely on ineffective medication.

Don't just take our word for it - hear from one of our clients:

"The a-ha moment was discovering that maladaptive movement patterns can be corrected. But we can't simply focus on the problem area (knee or back) - we need to treat the whole. This includes the brain and it was an absolute revelation to learn how pain can be dialled down."

Are you ready to take control of your ongoing pain and find real solutions? Book a call with us today and let's chat about your journey towards a pain-free life.

Cognitive functional therapy with or without movement sensor biofeedback versus usual care for chronic, disabling low back pain (RESTORE): a randomised, controlled, three-arm, parallel group, phase 3, clinical trial. (2023) Kent P, et al .The Lancet

Contact us and find out how we can help you find a solution