Our highly skilled teams manage a wide range of painful conditions and aim to share their knowledge with patients, giving them the tools and resources to manage pain and improve their quality of life.
We provide treatment and support for patients with chronic (long-term) and acute (short-term) pain. Our chronic pain service offers outpatient clinics in locations throughout Gloucestershire.
Following assessment by our multi-disciplinary teams, we use a range of treatments to reduce pain or better manage its effects on life.
The Pain Clinic team offer medical consultations for pain. Clinics are run in Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Stroud, Cirencester and the Forest of Dean. A wide range of treatment and management options are available, including both invasive and non-invasive procedures and advice on medication.
After initial assessment, our multi-disciplinary team will use a wide range of therapeutic approaches both to attempt to relieve the pain and to equip and empower patients to manage their pain.
Pain self-management service
Pain Self-Management helps people with persistent pain develop strategies to manage pain and other associated symptoms. The multidisciplinary team includes psychologists, nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists who are based in Gloucester and Cheltenham. The aim of Pain Self-Management is to improve quality of life. We use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and mindfulness approaches to do this.
To cancel or change your outpatient appointments for Gloucester or Cheltenham please contact the Central Booking Office on: 0300 422 5327
To cancel procedure appointments on the day of the procedure, please contact one of the following numbers, dependent on which hospital you are to attend, or the secretary for your consultant
- Chedworth Suite, Cheltenham General Hospital: 0300 422 3659
- Post-procedure care: to give feedback after your day surgery procedure please contact the Chronic Nurse Pain Specialists on 0300 422 2976
- TENS machine enquiries: 0300 422 4033
- Pain self-management: 0300 422 8469
Please note: depending on the volume of calls being received, your call may go to voicemail. However, all lines are monitored regularly and all calls will be returned. When leaving a message, please leave your name, MRN/hospital number or date of birth, contact number and a brief message.