Are you living with Persistent Pain and need Solutions....? Do you want to live a life that doesn’t feature Pain centre stage anymore?

Persistent Pain, also known as ‘long-term pain’ or ‘chronic pain’ is pain that lasts for more than 3 months. Unfortunately, it is estimated that 1 in 5 people have Persistent or Chronic Pain. 

At the White House Clinic, we have a dedicated service offering something different for patients suffering with this type of pain. 

With our ‘Persistent Pain Service’, we provide the very latest in scientifically proven ‘pain care’, partnering with you to help understand, recover, and create the life you want to live. 

The ‘Persistent Pain Service’ is led by Paul Winter and supported by Irralee Andrzejowska, both of which have vast experience and proven track record of helping patients suffering with persistent pain. 

These Pain Practitioners have a magnitude of post-graduate experience specialised in pain science, making them best positioned to assist you on your journey to recovery. They are experts at providing ‘Whole Person Care’. This journey starts by having a comprehensive Advanced Pain Assessment to help understand your pain and how you’ve been impacted as a person. From this, we then start planning your personal recovery using mindfulness-based approaches and solutions tailored to you.

The Mind-Body approach can also offer an alternate approach to patients suffering with persistent pain.

Click here to book your Advanced Pain Assessment now with one of our specialists, or for more information about this service, please contact us.

A Persistent Pain review from one of our patients

I noticed the WHC when visiting the Glass Yard. I looked on the website and found that Paul Winter an advanced physiotherapist offered mindfulness as a treatment for persistent pain and not merely physical treatments which I had already received. I decided to make an appointment with Paul. In the initial appointment he took a detailed assessment of my condition from a whole person approach before advising that the mindfulness program would be helpful. Paul is very knowledgeable about musculoskeletal conditions and also the role of the mind in recovery from symptoms. I found Paul to be a very personable and positive practitioner with whom I felt comfortable discussing any concerns about my problem. I looked forward to my appointments with Paul and always left feeling that he had given me tools and strategies that I could implement to improve my day to day life. He helped me recognise my emotions and reduce the fear that I was feeling regarding my symptoms. I am now able to engage in enjoyable activities without fear of increasing the intensity of symptoms or causing any damage to tissues in the body.

My top tips for people suffering from persistent pain would be:

Do not underestimate the power of the mind in either increasing or decreasing pain and the suffering that can go with it. Practice daily mindfulness and meditation exercises to calm the nervous system and therefore relieve symptoms. Incorporate mindfulness throughout day to day life. Find a practitioner like Paul who has the scientifically proven knowledge about mindfulness to assist in recovery rather than googling the internet and trying to navigate going through the process alone.


What does an ‘Advanced Pain Assessment’ entail?

We know effective ‘pain care’ needs time and should not be rushed, our Advanced Pain Assessments with our expert Pain Practitioners are therefore 1-hour in length, and the appointment package comes with at least 15 minutes of write-up and planning. 

You will work together with our Pain Practitioner to create a Recovery Plan in the latter stage of the assessment. Here you will discuss your options, preferences and decide if you wish to commit to a dedicated structured programme of 4, 6, or 8 sessions personalised to you, or opt for a less formal approach.

You will be sent everything you need after your Advanced Pain Assessment in terms of any learning activity/materials or suggested self-study.

How are follow-up sessions structured?

Depending on your personalised Recovery Plan, follow-up sessions after your Advanced Pain Assessment could be 1-hour, 45 minutes, or 30 minutes in length. This will be discussed with you individually.

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Paul Winter
Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner & Persistent Pain Service Lead Clinician
  • Persistent Pain Service Lead Clinician & Mindfulness Practitioner
  • Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner - Complex MSK Diagnosis, Management and Recovery
  • Joint and Soft Tissue Injection Therapy
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Irralee Andrzejowska
Senior Physiotherapist & Pain Management Specialist
  • Chronic Pain Specialist
  • Stress Induced Illness Specialist (SIRPA Trained)
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Irralee Andrzejowska

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