Acute & chronic pain remedies

Pain can affect any part of the body & may be acute (sudden & short-lived) or chronic (coming & going or persisting over a long period of time).
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Pain is the body’s way of letting us know that something is not right. Some people will tolerate a certain level of pain, thinking that it is normal or that it can help them understand where they’re at in terms of an injury or condition.

Being in pain, however, has a detrimental effect on many aspects of our health. It can lead to postural issues, if we are compensating for the pain of an injury, affects emotional wellbeing, increases stress levels, & reduces immunity.


There is a wide range of causes for pain in the body.

Recent & old injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, arthritis, inflammation, autoimmune conditions like fibromyalgia, sprains, viruses & infections can all cause you to experience pain to some degree.

What to do next?

If you are suffering with any level of pain, please do not wait until it affects your function or gets to a point where things are unbearable. We are here to help you find & treat the root of the problem. Give us a call or use our online booking system to make an appointment with one of our doctors today.

020 7323 1023
Harley Street Area, W1
020 7101 0355
City of London, EC2N