Top ten tips for better living with less pain

RTWMatters team

Practical advice for people who experience persistent pain, based on the work of musculoskeletal therapist Ben Cormack.

Pain is a normal part of the human experience. It helps keep us alive: if placing a palm on a hot stovetop didn’t hurt, we might not realise it was doing harm. However, not all pain is useful. Persistent pain can make it harder to function well and enjoy life. It can be frustrating, confusing and unpredictable, a drain on attention and peace of mind. Can those of us who experience persistent pain live well? Absolutely, according to UK-bas...

Continue reading... Login >>

Not a subscriber? Find out more >>

Published 19 August, 2021 | Updated 24 August, 2021