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Red Cell Pain Management Service at St George’s HospitalSt George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Tooting, London, United Kingdom
People with sickle cell disease can often experience chronic (long term) pain between crises. If you think this applies to you, then The Red Cell Pain Management Service is here to support you.
-Learn more about what happens in the body when pain does not go away, and some ideas about what might help
-Hosted by a Clinical Psychologist, Specialist Physiotherapist and Consultant Haematologist
-One to one support to learn ways to reduce the effect of pain on your life
-Psychology: impact of pain on your mood, your relationships
-Physiotherapy: pacing, stretching, confidence with moving
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