Complementary Pain Management Techniques

Holistic Pain Management Lab

The Holistic Pain Management Lab offers patients the opportunity to explore different pain treatments to deal with a wide range of conditions and experiences with pain. Managing pain is a science which involves a range of different methods dependent on the condition and the individual. For many patients they may already have been trialling different conventional pain management treatments for some time. For others, it may be the first time they’ve sought treatment and are looking at the best possible way of alleviating their pain.

The Holistic Pain Management Lab offers a combination of different treatment methods which allow patients to find the right combination for the best results for their particular pain. The treatments we offer include a range of complementary pain management techniques which can be extremely beneficial in combination with conventional medicines. Below is a closer look at some of our techniques which patients can consider.


Chiropractic treatment has become mainstream, but it is still considered a complementary technique. Chiropractors look at the relationship and issues between the structure and function of the body to help alleviate pain and the symptoms of pain. They focus mainly on the spine.

Visits to the chiropractor involve adjustments and manipulation of the ligaments and vertebrae to help promote self-healing in the body. It can be an effective treatment for a range of specific pain syndromes. Most of these are related to the back and spine such as neck pain and lower back pain. It can also treat some associated pain and has been shown to be beneficial for headaches and carpal tunnel syndrome too.


Bioresonance therapy is a less common complementary and alternative medicine. It is used to read the body’s magnetic waves and in interpret them in the hope of locating causes of pain, as well as stressors. It can help a patient understand why they are experiencing pain if they were not aware of the reason before. It may help to locate stressors as mentioned, as well as levels of toxins in the body where there shouldn’t be.

Bioresonance therapy can adjust the signals in the body so it is allowed to heal itself. It can help alleviate acute pain entirely or reduce the severity of chronic pain.


Acupuncture is one of the better-known complementary pain management techniques. This ancient form of Chinese medicine has been used for over 2000 years. It involves the insertion of very thin needles into different pressure points and parts of the skin. The aim is to re-regulate movement within the body’s meridian system.

From a modern medical perspective, it can result in the release of endorphins which act as natural pain killers in the body.

Exploring Complementary Pain Management Techniques

The Holistic Pain Management Lab gives patients the opportunity to explore alternative medicine as a supplement to their existing pain treatment. Patients also have the opportunity to look at different conventional pain treatments to find the right combination of medicines to treat their specific pain.

To make an appointment with our team you can simply send us an email at or telephone: 07586 073 497.