How to beat chronic pain on a tight budget

Jul 09, 2018

Dr Nikki Ramskill wrote a great post about the Wealth-Health Connection, highlighting the strong link between financial status and health, but you probably know about that already if you have chronic pain. In the UK we’re fortunate to have the National Health Service for free health care however, medication and surgery are too often the first options, only later being offered alternatives when the pain has become chronic and you’re eventually referred to NHS pain clinics. At which point your finances may already be affected by having to adapt work hours, sick pay or your partner giving up work to care for you. I’ve heard various people discuss how much easier their recovery would be if they were financially stable. Instead of focusing on how tough it can get, I wanted to share some tips on how to improve your own health outcomes, regardless of your income.   

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