At QPain, we take an holistic approach to your pain management.

Pain Management Programs

Our pain management programs are designed to teach you strategies to actively manage your pain. We can teach management techniques and recommend complementary therapies to help you take control of your pain through a combination of physical therapy, psychological methods, exercise, and education to develop a personalised plan. This individualised plan can will also consider the applicability of tailored drug prescription and state-of-the-art procedures to reduce pain intensity.

Apart from the physical effects of pain, long term pain also puts stress on the brain and can result in issues such as low mood, difficulty with memory or concentration. Maintaining physical, mental and social activity is important.

At QPain, we involve different healthcare specialist providers in your care – including highly qualified pain physicians, rehabilitation specialists, physiotherapists, psychologists, and specialised nurses – to ensure we deliver the best outcomes for patients.

Our patients vary in health, age and circumstances and usually require a tailored approach to managing their pain to suit their individual needs and goals. We will customise a pain management program to suit your needs.

We may sometimes also refer patients to other group programs, but will monitor and adjust your treatment as required to ensure we achieve the best possible outcome.

To discuss suitability of these or other programs we may recommend as part of your pain management, please contact QPain.


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“It’s vital to work with a physician who specialises in pain medicine to help identify the source of your pain and develop the best method of treatment.”

Dr Frank Thomas