Learn how to manage pain and improve your quality of life in a group based pain management program.
Get the support you need to manage your pain.
Living Well With Pain is a low intensity group based pain management program. In 8 sessions over four weeks, get practical skills and training in a variety of active self-management strategies for pain, including:
- goal setting
- activity pacing
- flare up planning
- stress management
- movement and exercise
- sleep hygiene
Am I eligible?
The program is suitable for people who:
- have pain lasting more than 3 months (that is not related to cancer)
- are interested in participating in a group program
- are motivated and have in interest in a self-management approach to pain
- have goals or are open to discussing goals around improving day to day function
You will also need to be able to attend the program at the cohealth centre Footscray on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons between 1pm – 4pm for 4 weeks.
If you are unsure if this program is right for you, please discuss it with your GP or contact us for a chat – contact information below
How can I get involved?
For people over the age of 65, a referral via My Aged Care is required.
People under the 65 can self refer. Please use the booking form to select ‘Physiotherapy’ and request ‘Living Well With Pain’.
What will it cost me?
Free. There is no cost for this program.
Living Well with Pain is a collaboration between cohealth and St Vincent’s Hospital Barbara Walker Centre for Pain Management. This program is supported by funding from North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network.