Many resources are available to learn more about chronic pain. Below is a selection of useful links and resources to find out more.
Provides information, videos, and resources to help understand chronic pain and learn about ways to manage it.
Pain management resources for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities can be found here.
Clinically supported information, tips, support and personal stories to help manage musculoskeletal pain.
The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia is a not-for-profit organisation formed to build a healthier and more productive community by improving the quality of life of people with pelvic pain.
Information from the Hunter Integrated Pain Service about chronic pain and what to do about it.
Manage Your Pain (3rd edition) is an Australian bestseller and self-management book developed by Professor Michael Nicholas along with a multidisciplinary team of pain specialists.
Explain Pain - Demystifies the process of understanding and managing pain. It brings the body to life in a way that makes an interesting read for therapists and pain sufferers alike.
The Pain Book - Finding hope when it hurts Siddall P, McCabe R, Murray R - Offers a step-by-step multidisciplinary approach to pain management, to help people live happier, more purposeful lives.
Pelvic Pain - 20-page free e-book - By Dr Susan Evans and based on the book Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain.