People from all walks of life have taken the course and discovered the life-changing benefits of effectively self-managing chronic pain. Read on for all the latest testimonials and star ratings…
The positivity from this course has helped me to have the confidence to start the new year with a new job. I was always very careful in what I did because I believed that pain meant damage and now I am doing a lot more and working through the pain being careful to pace myself. Many thanks to the whole team for all the help you have given me.
By Kim Silverstone-Brewer
I found this course extremely useful and informative. It was very easy and clear to follow with each step. I especially found the meditation exercises beneficial to me and I will be continuing them. Also, the Challenging Thoughts section. There is a lot to think about and it can really be put in to place in my daily living. Many thanks!
By Jacqueline Ostler
By Gloria Aurelius
Excellent well-structured course which includes elements such as the relaxation exercises which I would not previously have considered as part of pain management.
By Derek Jennings
I have learnt some new information and techniques that are helpful and being able to go to the library and return to certain aspects of exercise is really helpful.
By Carol Abela
Thanks for all the guidance of helping me cope with the pain. Just want to add that I have recently achieved one of my goals and that was passing my driving test.
By Samantha Barnes
As a new member of the Chronic Pain team it was very useful for me to experience the online PMP as a patient would see it.
By Julie Phillips
The meditation has been really useful. I have definitely felt an improvement in my movements and sleep. It's really helped me sleep better so I feel I have more energy. I have found by sleeping better I am more positive and more mobile. Keep going and finish the course, it definitely has helped me with my overall pain and mobility.
By Anna Paton
Overall the course was quite helpful, especially the meditation. I found the relaxation certainly helped me to begin to understand the pain, although it did not disappear. But I did not expect it to.
By Diane Warner
By Wayne Johnson
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