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Pain Management Online:
Methods of treating pain


Pain Management Online is a website that provides resources and support for people who struggle with chronic pain. It offers evidence-based strategies and tools to help them cope better with their pain and enhance their well-being.

The Jing Method of Advanced Massage is an innovative approach to treating chronic musculoskeletal pain, combining the best of Eastern and Western techniques. It uses a range of advanced soft tissue and massage methods, such as trigger point therapy, fascial release, acupressure and stretching, to address the root causes of pain and restore function and balance.

The Jing Method™ is based on the latest scientific understanding of pain and its biopsychosocial factors. The biopsychosocial model of pain is a framework that explains how pain is not only a result of physical damage or injury, but also influenced by emotional, psychological and social factors. For example, stress, anxiety, depression, beliefs, expectations, relationships and culture can all affect how a person experiences and responds to pain. The Jing Method™ aims to empower clients to take an active role in their own healing process by addressing these factors as well as the physical aspects of pain.

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What to expect?

If you are suffering from chronic pain, you do not have to endure it alone. I am here to help you find relief and restore your mobility with a holistic and evidence-based approach. My treatment plan consists of:

- A comprehensive evaluation of your pain condition using orthopaedic functional muscle testing
- A personalised plan that incorporates techniques such as trigger point therapy, myofascial release, deep tissue massage, acupressure and stretching
- A follow-up care that empowers you to take charge of your own recovery

My goal is to help you reduce your pain and increase your movement in no more than six sessions. I will work with you with warmth and compassion, and support you on your journey to a pain-free life.

Treatment will involve:

The Jing Method™ is a partnership between patient and practitioner where a six session treatment plan is designed to increase your mobility, agility, and joint range of motion (ROM), whilst focussing on decreasing your daily pain.

In line with government guidelines on close contact work the following adjustments may be made to treatments by your therapist.

  • A thorough pre-treatment consultation and assessment – via Zoom, FaceTime or over the phone – together with your therapist you will agree on your desired outcome from treatment

  • A 45 minute hands-on treatment

  • Re-assessment of your pain levels and range of motion post treatment

  • Follow-up aftercare session – via Zoom, FaceTime or over the phone – you will be given appropriate stretches / mobilisations / mindfulness or strengthening exercises to help achieve your agreed upon outcome in a timely fashion

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What we treat

Effective with most types of chronic musculoskeletal pain including; back pain, sciatica, neck pain, whiplash, migraines, frozen shoulder, sports injuries, knee pain, ligament and tendon issues. As well as systemic conditions like fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis and plantar fasciitis.

Hip and  Osteoporis
Foot Pain
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Hip and Pelvis
Lower back pain
Chronic Fatigue
Neck and Shoulder pain
  • Leg and knee pain

  • Hip and oseteoporisis

  • Hip and Pelvis

  • Neck and shoulder pain

  • Lower back pain

  • Foot pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Chronic fatigue

Pain Management Online Clinic

Methods of treating pain

  • Pain Management Online

    每 1 個月
    +£20 Setup fee
    Chronic Pain Clinic: On average 360 hours of therapy sessions.
    有效期 3 個月
    • A pre-treatment consultation and assessment
    • Set goals and expectation
    • A 45 minute hands-on treatment plan
    • Apply a fusion of Eastern and Western modalities.
    • A mid session assessment to measure or readjust.
    • A guarantee of a reduction of pain and increase in movement

The following text is for informational purposes and does not constitute medical advice. The chronic pain clinic online is not a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment. The chronic pain clinic online does not endorse any products, services, or treatments that may be mentioned on this website. The chronic pain clinic online is not responsible for any damages or losses that may result from using the information on this website. Please consult your doctor before starting any new treatment or changing your current treatment plan.

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