Community Pain Management
Chronic pain affects up to 28 million adults in the UK, with 37% of women and 31% of men reporting chronic/persistent pain.
Lincolnshire’s Community Pain Management Service is provided by Connect Health, a leading specialised independent provider of integrated community health services.
It offers access to a range of appointments across multiple sites, delivered by a specialist team including physiotherapists, psychologists, pharmacists & occupational therapists.
Patients will also have access to various resources to support and sustain self-help, empowering patients to understand and manage their pain in the best way possible.
The service also integrates with other community physical and mental health providers including voluntary sector groups.
For more information visit http://lincs.connecthealth.co.uk or speak to a member of your GP practice team.
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