The Migraine Trust seeks to empower, inform, and support those affected by migraine while educating health professionals and actively funding and disseminating research.
The Migraine Trust is the health and medical research charity for migraine in the United Kingdom. We are committed to supporting people living with migraine by providing them and their families with evidence based information. We seek to raise migraine as a serious public health issue.
National Migraine Centre, formerly the City of London Migraine Clinic is a registered national charity independent of the NHS. We have been at the forefront of primary headache research as well as treating sufferers of migraine and cluster headache for over 30 years. We see patients and train GPs from all over the UK. For your personal treatment plan and long-term relief book an appointment to see one of our specialist doctors on 0207 251 3322 or request an appointment online.
Our Primary Goals are to produce information on pain using a variety of media platforms. To provide support to people with pain and those who care for them and to campaign to raise awareness about pain and improve the provision of pain management services.
Action on Pain was formed in 1998 with the aims of providing support and advice for people who are affected by chronic pain. Run entirely by volunteers many of whom either have or are affected by chronic pain we promote the positive side of living with chronic pain. Our friendly "down to earth" approach is appreciated by many which has helped the charity become a major national and international organisation which still retains the "simple and informal" approach to helping people.
The PainSupport website is packed with pain relief techniques for those with chronic pain. There is also a regular emailNewsletter, a lively Discussion Forum and a Contact Club for making new friends, plus our Shop for books, relaxation CDs and downloads. All the ideas and techniques on this website can be used to enhance any medical treatment you may be having. No matter where your pain - back pain, neck pain, knee or leg pain, arthritis, sciatica, fibromyalgia, or pain from any other condition, there is help for you here, on the PainSupport website.
A persistent pain problem can be difficult to understand and manage on an everyday basis. The Pain Toolkit is a simple information booklet that could provide you with some handy tips and skills to support you along the way to managing your pain. It is not meant to be the last word in pain self-management but a handy guide to help you get started - all you need to be is willing to read it and take on board some of the suggestions.