Search results for 'chest pain'

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  1. Guide

    Knee pain

    Sudden knee pain is usually the result of overusing the knee or suddenly injuring it. In many cases, you don't need to see your GP.

    18/01/2018 | Organisation

  2. Guide

    Heel pain

    Heel pain is a common foot condition, usually felt as an intense pain when using the affected heel. Learn about heel pain symptoms and treatments.

    18/01/2018 | Organisation

  3. Article

    Chronic pain

    Chronic or persistent pain is pain that carries on for longer than 12 weeks, or beyond the natural healing time, despite treatment. Learn some effective ways to manage chronic pain, and the types of activities that can help.

    18/01/2018 | Organisation

  4. Article

    Pain and injuries

    Information on the pain you may feel after exercise and what you can do to avoid injury.

    18/01/2018 | Organisation

  5. Guide

    Exercises for back pain

    If you have back pain, there are exercises that you can do to help you move normally as you recover. Learn how to do these with our video tutorials.

    1. Introduction
    2. Rolling your knees
    3. Tilting your pelvis
    4. Good posture
    5. Back bends
    6. Back bend from lying

    18/01/2018 | Organisation

  6. Article

    Patient stories: Back pain

    Joan, Alan, Josie and Gordon have chronic pain in their back that affects the way they approach simple tasks. Watch their video to hear them talk about their back problems, give advice and show you the exercises they use to help.

    18/01/2018 | Organisation

  7. Self-help guide

    Self-help guide: Abdominal pain

    Advice for adults with abdominal pain

  8. Guide

    Stomach ache and abdominal pain

    A stomach ache is a term often used to refer to cramps or a dull ache in the tummy (abdomen). It's usually short-lived and is often not serious. Learn about stomach ache treatments.

    1. Introduction

    18/01/2018 | Organisation

  9. Guide

    New or worsening back pain

    Back pain that develops suddenly can be disabling at first, but will usually ease over time. Find out what to do if you have new or worsening back pain

    1. Overview
    2. Getting off the floor
    3. Getting out of a chair
    4. Getting in and out of bed

    18/01/2018 | Organisation

  10. Guide

    Broken or bruised ribs

    Broken or bruised ribs are usually caused by a fall or blow to the chest, or occasionally by severe coughing. Learn about their symptoms and treatments.

    18/01/2018 | Organisation