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Pain Management

25%-30% of the world's population requires medical treatment for rheumatic diseases.

There is nothing more disabling than pain. Some conventional medicines used for pain relief can have side effects which sometimes limit their usefulness. Modern homeopathic remedies may be a safe alternative. Sonja and Penny combine their experience and knowledge to bring together homotoxicology, physiotherapy and acupuncture offering a natural alternative Pain Management.

Sonja Macura trained in Mesotherapy for pain management in Milan Italy in 2009. Experience in this area, combined with Homotoxicology, allows her to improve the wellbeing of her clients.

How does it work?

Ancient and modern treatments which assist the human body’s natural healing processes are used successfully in many continental countries.

Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years to activate reflex responses within the body which stimulate the release of anti-pain chemical mediators (endorphins and related chemicals naturally produced within the body).

The complex homeopathic remedies used at our clinic are delivered into acupuncture points by injection into the mesodermal (middle) layer of the skin, a technique known as mesotherapy. The delivery of remedies into these points supports the local circulation and bathes nerve endings encouraging the relief of pain from auto-immune disease, injury, nerve pain or muscle pain.

 

What can it treat?

Homeopathic Mesotherapy acts on acute or chronic pain whether caused by neurological, muscular or degenerative arthritic conditions and may relieve long term complaints and help speed recovery after injury.

The remedies may help prevent worsening of chronic inflammatory conditions as well as helping to relieve pain. The use of many different remedy components together increases their synergistic effects.

The remedies are specific for bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joint membranes.

Muscle Soreness: including fibrositis, lumbago, fibromyalgia and other myalgic pain.

Inflammation : including tendinitis, bursitis, synovitis.

Back Pain : up to 49% of UK adults experience back pain including lumbago, joint pain, stiffness.

Muscle Strain : including overuse-injury, acute strains, whiplash injury, tension headaches.

Arthritis : including rheumatoid arthritis and other auto-immune diseases, osteoarthritis, spondylosis, spondylitis.

Sporting Injuries : : including, rotator cuff strain, shoulder capsulitis, joint sprains and other ligament damage, runners knee, ileo-tibial band (ITB), plantar fasciitis, tennis or golfers elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome.

Penny Hartley - Qualified in Pain Management

Penny Hartley is a physiotherapist and has been a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP) since 1970.

Registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) she has been specializing in musculo-skeletal problems and pain management since 1984 and has also been using manual acupuncture as pain relief and anti-inflammatory therapy since 1998.

She is a member of CSP Special Interest Groups:

  • Physiofirst - OCPPP (Organization of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice)
  • AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists)
  • ACPOHE (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics)

NB. Pain Management does not and should not replace any recommended treatment from your General Practitioner. Any medical conditions should always be reported to and discussed with your own GP.