Sep 2019 - Elaine Hitch
Sep 2019 - Georgina Wing
I have been pleasantly surprised that this course has specifically helped me with my quality of life. I really thought nothing could help but now I have a dog & take her for short walks...we both need to build up slowly! I can’t manage to every day but most days. I don’t sleep or nap as much as before as I’m too focused on taking care of her now as well as me. My family & friends are noticing a difference in me being more positive. I can’t remember when I’ve laughed so much since my new puppy! I couldn’t get to the course in person sadly because of travel arrangements issues, but was offered the online course instead. I can highly recommend it. You can go at your own pace. I did find it hard to stay motivated & focused at times but regular phone calls with the pain management GP really helped and encouraged me not to give up & keep going. I’m about to start a weekly puppy training class & a yoga class too. It feels like a brave new world now & I’m a bit scared if I’m honest but I’m determined to give it a try because I know gentle exercise makes me feel & move better! I now understand more about my pain itself & that I’m not hurting myself or making the pain worse by gently exercising & that knowledge has been powerful. Knowing that I’m not on my own has meant so much...living with chronic pain has felt so isolating & lonely but I don’t feel so much like that anymore. More good news is that all the exercises & information from this course is saved so that you can go back to the steps you’ve found helpful, which I’ve been doing. I love the meditation visualisation & breathing steps which fit perfectly with my yoga.
Aug 2019 - Anonymous
Having been diagnosed in 2015 with two missing discs, I came to the course with an open mind about its potential usefulness. I have been pleasantly surprised at how easy it has been to engage with the programme. Having now completed it, I would very much recommend it to anyone who either has no access to face-to-face treatment or wishes to incorporate the programme into their existing care regime.
Aug 2019 - Jean Broomer
The course provides plenty of things to think about and ways to improve your outlook and wellbeing
Aug 2019 - Nina Patel
At a personal level for me it has been an interesting experience from the point of view of how to manage one's life in a positive manner in spite of certain set backs when the pain can be quite debilitating. However, I have always taken a positive attitude and somehow have managed to get over the hurdle of dealing with pain. To maintain the lifestyle that I like and enjoy on long term basis have almost always being positive in my thought process which has helped me physically and mentally. I do take mild analgesia once or at the most twice a day. I follow the exercise programme on a daily basis and some Yoga practice which I can sustain comfortably. I do find it difficult to sit on the floor to do certain Yoga exercise and that is frustrating. However, I am thankful that knowing my limitations, I am able to live an independent life. The support of family and friends is invaluable for us all at human level and I am very fortunate to be blessed with both.
Aug 2019 - Kenneth Edwards
Jul 2019 - Lesley Scott
I really enjoyed the relaxation and meditation part of the course but as my problem is a burning sensation I don't associate that with pain.
Jul 2019 - Anonymous
I have found the course really helpful and often use the techniques I have been shown. I had a lapse in logging into the course at one stage as was doing really well managing pain. A flare up prompted me to log in and has really helped my mindset. I hope I can continue to log in in the future and use this as a tool to manage my pain. Thank you, really helpful.
Jul 2019 - Christopher Morris
I have found so benefits from this course, however the self meditation I found difficult to do. Although I am retired I have a part time driving job which at the moment is more like a full time job working up to fifty hours a week. It is my choice of doing this and I do find that my pain increases with the hours I put in. I manage to do most of the exercise from the course which does help.
Jul 2019 - Paul Godfrey
Was ok but and took my mind of the pain
Jun 2019 - Christopher Knight
Some very interesting, thought provoking points raised.
Jun 2019 - Ann Kirkpatrick-Smith
My name is Ann Kirkpatrick-Smith and having completed the course have found it most rewarding. I will certainly continue with the exercises and meditation modules as they have been most beneficial. I also do a daily Tai Chi routine on my iPad and attend a weekly session run by U3A. I am glad to have done the course at home rather than with a group as it has been far better for concentration I feel. Thank you for giving me this opportunity.
Jun 2019 - Deborah Lacey
Very informative. Learned a lot. Already feeling more positive about the future.
Jun 2019 - Roisin
I’m so glad that Ethel Hill recommended this course, it has made me feel happier and more positive about my health, not just my pain. The issues addressed were very relevant especially dealing with set backs and relaxation. I was convinced by the message that pain does not mean damage, despite what it feels like and in turn I realise that things I thought “true” about my future health are just thoughts.
Jun 2019 - Kim Holden
Thank you for giving me food for thought and very practical ways to help me change my attitude to pain management.
Jun 2019 - Ann Tickner
May 2019 - Fiona Ansley
I am a physio assistant working in MSK and wanted to do your course to 1. Increase my knowledge of chronic pain , and 2. to experience for myself the course to know if it is appropriate to recommend to my patients . I have found the corse very helpful and will be recommending to patients. Thank you.
May 2019 - Sydney Howlett
The course has helped me to obtain a better appreciation of my problems and I shall continue to practise what I have learned. Many thanks to the experts who have contributed their skills and experience to guiding me along the "Pathway".
May 2019 - Teresa McLean
I found the information helpful, however apart from the breathing part I didn't feel much benefit.
Apr 2019 - Vanessa Sales
Apr 2019 - Sandra White
Apr 2019 - Jennifer Nicholls
I have found your course helpful, but it is a pity that it has coincided with my ankle problem, which has nothing to do with persistent pain as, although I have had no pain while in the boot, it and not persistent pain, has of course limited my mobility. But, living near the water, I have still been able to enjoy my kayak by wearing a waterproof boot leg and workman’s boot cover found on the internet. There is always a way! Thank you for the course. I will use your library while I am convalescing.
Apr 2019 - Robin Holbrook
Very informative and in depth covering the aspects that chronic pain encompasses in day to day life. Robin Holbrook
Apr 2019 - Sue Adams
Completing the course has made me feel more positive and optimistic at being able to manage my pain. I found the course easy to follow, and generally helpful and encouraging. I would recommend anyone who was given the opportunity to take part in the course to do so. Some of the information was already known to me, but it is good to have information repeated sometimes. I found the relaxation techniques particularly helpful.
Mar 2019 - Helen Claessens
This course was all I could do. My life has been turned upside down with pain.
Join the course today & you'll be joining thousands of others who've successfully learnt to manage their pain effectively with Pathway through Pain
Total Cost £40.00 US $50.00 EU €45.00
** 30-Day Full Refund Guarantee!