• Living with Fibromyalgia

    Fibromyalgia is often referred to as an invisible illness. The pain and chronic fatigue are not always obvious to others but they are all too real and distressing for sufferers. In this short video, s...
  • Subscribe to the Pain Toolkit podcast

    Listen to Pete Moore and his latest Pain Toolkit podcasts. These podcasts are short and easy to digest especially if you are struggling with chronic pain.
  • Back stretches to help prevent aches and pains

    Back pain is a very common condition. It will affect about 80% of people at some point in their lives. In this video, an NHS physiotherapist demonstrates some simple back stretches to help prevent ach...
  • Airing Pain - podcasts from pain concern

    Airing Pain is the online radio programme and podcast from Pain Concern. Each month they bring together people with chronic pain and top specialists to talk about resources that can help.
  • Explaining pain

    Persistent pain (sometimes called chronic or long-term pain) is described as ‘pain that continues for three months or more and may not respond to standard medical treatment.’ Understand more about you...
  • Ten Footsteps - Your journey to living well with pain

    Learning how to manage your pain is a journey. Like any journey, it takes time and everyone’s experience is different. We know from people living with pain that there are some things which can be real...
  • 10 People With Chronic Pain Share Their Best Advice

    We asked MyNI users to share their best chronic pain relief tips. Read what they said in the final part of this weekly series of tips from people in Northern Ireland living with chronic pain.
  • Living With Endometriosis - What Is It Really Like?

    This Newtownards woman with endometriosis wants people in Northern Ireland to talk about their invisible illnesses.
  • 10 Things People With Chronic Pain Know All Too Well

    We asked women in Northern Ireland living with chronic pain to tell us what they would like people to know about their daily lives.
  • Managing Pain - Jay's Story

    Jay Flood Coleman suffered two brain haemorrhages in the early 1990s, losing a quarter of his brain and 50% of the function of his body. He has spent many years since trying to rebuild both. Here he t...
  • Resources to manage pain well

    This page contains lists of useful books, online content and other resources that can help you manage pain well. Bookmark this page and check back for updates.
  • 10 Self-Care Tips For People With Chronic Pain To Try This Week

    We asked women in Northern Ireland with chronic pain - including members of the Chronic Pain Support Group at Lisburn's Healthy Living Centre - to share their coping mechanisms. Here’s what they said....