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Due to all our precautions, we are very happy to report since  re opening the clinics on the 8th June  2020 we have had zero cases of Covid19 within our clinics or patients who attend.  

We use the highest  PPE protection and being  front line health workers have had our Covid19 vaccination.


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Pain & Injury

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There are three types of injury that can occur in the body:

Acute injuries

Chronic injuries

Acute phases flair ups of chronic injuries

The difference between acute (sudden) and chronic (longer than 3 months) pain is the time you allow the condition to go untreated.

Acute symptoms usually indicate that there is one of many underlying problems waiting for diagnosis. Symptoms range from dull to sharp pains and aches, which may include radiating symptoms, down the arms and legs.

A chronic condition usually resides as a more constant dull unrelenting pain. Chronic pain may decrease or disappear over time, giving a person a false sense of well being. The mechanical dysfunctions that underlie the chronic condition will always be present – and liable to re occur. Take My Pain Away are able to find these areas of dysfunction and with careful gently treatment, correct them.

Take My Pain Away are experts in treating both acute and chronic injuries, conditions, and pain syndromes.

Conditions commonly treated by Take My Pain Away range from sprains and strains, to headaches, back pain, sports injuries, tendonitis and spinal conditions such as scoliosis, spinal stenosis, herniated / slipped discs, sciatica and acute and chronic pain.

We also treat orthopedic conditions including arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, chondromalacia patella, cartilage / meniscus injuries, ligament damage, cervical and lumbar nerve pain, frozen shoulders, rheumatoid arthritis and rotator cuff tears.

Take My Pain Away. Excellence in treatment and prevention.