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Topics > Pain


11 resources in total. To see which languages this resource is available in, click on its title.

Title: Abdominal pain
Summary: A consumer factsheet for use by hospital emergency departments about abdominal pain. The type of pain felt in the abdomen can vary greatly.

Title: Dealing with pain
Summary: Living with pain can be one of the hardest parts of having arthritis. This sheet provides information on the pain cycle and techniques for pain management.

Title: Emergency Department - acute low back pain patient fact sheets
Summary: Understanding low back pain

Title: Emergency Department - ankle sprain patient fact sheets
Summary: Understanding ankle sprain

Title: Emergency Department - anterior shoulder dislocation patient fact sheets
Summary: Understanding shoulder dislocations

Title: Medical treatments for Parkinson's (Help sheet 2)
Summary: This help sheet outlines medical treatments available for Parkinson's disease

Title: Patient controlled analgesia - PCA
Summary: You may experience some discomfort and pain after your surgery. This card will explain to you how you can help control that discomfort or pain.

Title: Understanding pain: Brainman chooses
Summary: This video describes how to assess pain and make treatment decisions.

Title: Understanding pain: Brainman stops his opiods
Summary: This video describes the benefits of not using drugs to treat certain types of pain.

Title: Understanding pain and what to do about it?
Summary: This video aims to help people manage their pain, emotions and relationships with others.

Title: Understanding pain in less than 5 minutes
Summary: This video helps people with chronic pain a manage the impacts of chronic pain on their emotions and personal relationships and help with pain management.

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