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Pain Relief Ireland News

'Staying Active' will ensure quicker recovery from lower back pain

Lower back pain (LBP) affects most people in their lifetime. In fact up to 60% need to take time off work to deal with the symptoms. Thankfully for the majority of individuals recovery within 5 days is possible and they go back to their normal activity. After the initial event most individuals forget about the event and return to their old habits and fail to take care of their back. That is until they hurt it again!

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9 minutes away from complete relief of Sacroiliac Joint Pain

Do you suffer ongoing “nagging” lower back pain that radiates into you buttock? Do you have difficulty sitting in one position for any length of time? Have you considered the possibility of sacroiliac joint (SIJ) pain as the cause of your symptoms?

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4 steps to help you control Trigeminal Neuralgia

Do you suffer from facial pain that just makes you want to scream? Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” is one of the most recognizable paintings in the Western world is. The subject of the piece, the screaming man, is pictured with his mouth wide open and his hands clasped against the sides of his face. 

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4 Reasons never to miss “CRPS” again

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a poorly understood condition where individual experience persistent severe and debilitating pain long after the initial injury.

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Pfizer Lunch Time Learning Lounge 2016

Pain Relief Ireland are pleased to announce that our Clinical Director Dr. Hegarty , has being invited again to deliver the prestigious "Pfizer Lunchtime Learning lounge" webinar 2016. This learning webinar typically attracts over 200 primary care centers to logon making it the largest educational tool of it type in Ireland.

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4th Interdisciplinary Pain Symposium - Cork 2016

Thoracic pain can effect up to 40% of individuals aſter surgery such as cardiac by-pass, lung cancer surgery, fractured ribs, etc. It is very often poorly understood, not recognised and equally poorly managed. The primary care physician (GP) plays an important part of the long-term support required by these individuals.

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