If you agree that the ‘medicalised’ approach isn’t giving answers to your Pain, then we’re sure you’ll agree with our Humanistic and Phenomenological Approach.
*You’ll notice that we prefer the term ‘Persistent Pain’. It might be a professional preference, but from experience, we believe it makes a difference.
We believe that articulating our many limitations and then being active in contending with them, helps us become better functioning human beings. We thrive towards broadening our understanding of how we function, so using our rational mind we can have access to a more meaningful life.
We are sure that pain is the opportunity to achieve this! Pain takes us on a journey.
Preferably referred to as Persistent Pain, we like to start educating our patients in the mechanisms that are intrinsically Human and are the building blocks that mean we experience Pain.
Building on your new understanding of the human body, we talk you through the specifics of you and bring clarity to your experience of Pain.
We’ll help you develop your toolbox and equipment you with the knowledge on how to apply them. Knowledge is something you can use.
You have the knowledge of the theory, the practical techniques and how to apply them. We’d call that a Plan.