Joint and Muscle Pains

For help with physical health conditions where persistent fatigue, joint and/or muscle pain are the main problems.

Arthritis Research UK

Arthritis Research UK invests in breakthrough treatments, the best information and vital support for everyone affected by arthritis. Website:

Community Physiotherapy Self-Referral

By filling in this form, you can refer yourself directly to the community physiotherapy service without having to see a doctor first. Tip: You can find your NHS number online

Exercise Sheets – Dr Hasan Tahir

View exercise sheets including ankle, back, elbow, feet, hip and knee exercises. Exercise Sheets – Dr Hasan Tahir

Exercises for Piriformis Syndrome

Please see this video for a demonstration of exercises for Piriformis Syndrome if directed here by your doctor. Website:

GMMH Living with Fatigue and Pain Service

Do you have a long term physical health condition where persistent fatigue and/or pain are the main problems? After an initial assessment this NHS service can offer up to 5 ... [continue] GMMH Living with Fatigue and Pain Service

Pain Toolkit

A persistent pain problem can be difficult to understand and manage on an everyday basis. This Pain Toolkit website has been developed from the Pain Toolkit, a simple information booklet ... [continue] Pain Toolkit

The Gate Control Theory of Pain

Nerves from all over the body run to the spinal cord, which is the first main meeting point for the nervous system. In the spinal cord, you might imagine a ... [continue] The Gate Control Theory of Pain

University of Salford Podiatry Clinic

Your GP or practice nurse can refer you to the NHS podiatry service but there is a currently a long waiting list of several months. The School of Podiatry at ... [continue] University of Salford Podiatry Clinic

Zion & Kath Locke Centres

Community centres with activities, courses and classes including anxiety, depression and also self-harm weekly drop-in groups, hypnotherapy, massage, yoga, energy healing, Qigong and Reiki. Zion Centre Kath Locke Centre

Date published: 4th December, 2020
Date last updated: 4th December, 2020