Chronic pain is characterised by pain which persists for longer than 3 months after the usual recovery period for an illness or injury. It is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or possible tissue damage.
Chronic pain is not simply a physical problem. It is often associated with psychological, social and economic factors. In addition to poor general physical health and disability there may also be depression, unemployment, and family pressures. Many of these factors interact, and the whole picture needs to be considered when treating individual patients.
Our team at DHC offer a holistic one-stop service comprising physical, psychological, medical and surgical therapies in an integrated manner without the delays inherent in re-referral.
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|Dr Allister Dow||Chronic Pain||Dorking Hospital||4||09/06/2021|
|Dr Jones Kurian||Chronic Pain||Dorking Hospital||2||26/05/2021|
|Dr Debajit Phukan||Chronic Pain||Medwyn Centre - Dorking||4||09/06/2021|
|Ms Clare Wood||Chronic Pain||Medwyn Centre - Dorking||3.1||03/06/2021|