Chronic Pain : Self-Management Courses
That’s me in the photo, in 2017, the second time that year I had to be rushed to hospital in an ambulance with sepsis, a bacterial infection of the hip. The diagnosis was avascular necrosis, the death of bone tissue, a condition that only becomes worse and more agonising without surgery. Nothing had prepared me for this kind of pain. No one understood what I was going through. Pills barely made a dent in the pain. Many nurses and clinicians called me “difficult.” I felt as if I was being punished not by a divine power, but by people--including nurses and clinicians--for being a human being with a human illness. The next three years were miserable. But I eventually got the surgery I needed. After a two-year wait, I also was accepted into a clinic for pain management therapy.
I created my “Self-Help to Manage Chronic Pain” course for people who, like me, suffer chronic pain and do not have access to treatment by pain specialists except after a long wait.
Please scroll down this page to find out more about me. You can also go straight to the course sales page for details about what's in the course and watch and read several lectures that are free for you to preview right now.
Or before going any further, click the button below and enrol in a free beginner's guide to chronic pain that should take you no more than an hour or two to complete. Give it a try. It is free and you have nothing to lose.