Resources

If you are in pain, or care for someone that is in pain, you can seek the right care. Contact your health professional to discuss your pain management options.

We understand pain can affect other aspects life.

Modern pain management practice takes a holistic approach and may involve more than one health professional. To help talk about your pain, you may use NPS MedicineWise chronic pain communication tool.

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Useful links and resources

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Name (click for link)Description
Pain management networkThe Pain Management Network aims to improve equitable to access to pain management services for patients with chronic pain in NSW.
PainaustraliaPainaustralia is Australia’s leading pain advocacy body working to improve the quality of life of people living with pain, their families and carers, and to minimise the social and economic burden of pain on individuals and the community.
Institute for Chronic PainThe Institute for Chronic Pain is an educational and public policy think tank whose mission is to make pain management more effective by changing the culture of how chronic pain is treated.
Australian Pain Management AssociationAPMA is Australia’s largest lived experience community for people with persistent pain.
Permission to movePermission to Move is a six week pain treatment program that has been tested by pain scientists. Their Australian team of expert, registered health professionals provide one-on-one coaching to help you move beyond pain and live the life you want. They cater for persistent pain including: persistent sports injuries, low back and neck pain, whiplash associated disorder, headache, arthritis and joint pain, fibromyalgia, nerve pain and sciatica, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and chronic pain.
Trigeminal Neuralgia AssociationTNA Australia was formed to provide support and encouragement to sufferers of Trigeminal Neuralgia and related facial pain.
Sleep Health FoundationThe Sleep Health Foundation (SHF) is a community-facing not for profit (NFP) health promotion charity that aims to raise community awareness about the value of sleep, how to improve it and address common sleep disorders.