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Chronic Pain

Pain is all yours, no one can feel or take your pain. But don’t let anyone take away your happiness

Pain is defined as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience, associated with or resembling that associated with, actual or potential tissue damage.

It is chronic, if it lasts or recurs for more than three months and is a very debilitating condition for the individual suffering from it.

Types of chronic pain

  1. Joint pains, usually due to various types of Arthritis
  2. Back (Spinal pain) due to various conditions
  3. Neuropathic pain

Traditionally pain management consists of treating the primary condition with appropriate measures (Surgery, Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy ) and when all active treatment has been implemented, if pain persists other options are considered.

Most people suffering from Chronic pain have usually exhausted all treatment options

They tend to be on various medications including Opiates.

Their quality of life is greatly affected and they are desperately seeking anything that may assist.

There is clear cut and well researched evidence that Medicinal Cannabis has a huge and beneficial role to play in managing Chronic pain.

How will I benefit?

Stay positive and we will be with you in your journey to better health. If you have reached the end of the road to manage your chronic pain, look no further.

There are a lot of individual stories that cannabis can be effective for treating pain – but how effective is it ?

The short answer is that it depends on many factors:  it seems to work very well for some, but it isn’t a cure-all and doesn’t work for everyone.

Various studies have looked at the use of different forms of cannabis (THC, CBD, combinations of both, and whole flower) in different types of chronic pain (such as that from nerve, joint, inflammatory, cancer, musculoskeletal).  Overall, the results are promising.

One advantage of cannabinoids is that, unlike opioids (a common form of potent pain killer), they seem to have a safer side effect profile.  In situations where too much is taken, opioids are known to cause a person to stop breathing.  The same does not happen with cannabinoids.  Whilst cannabis oil can cause side effects like with any other medication, these generally tend to be mild and can go away by themselves over time.


We at Cannabisdoctor have the well researched information and access to Medicinal Cannabis, which we can prescribe and supply to you to assist you in better managing your Chronic pain.


If you would like to be involved in our special, pain management programme please email us.

What is it for:

  • Anyone with chronic pain
  • Difficulty coping with pain
  • Have exhausted all avenues


  • Please provide us a detailed history of your condition, including all management strategies to date
  • Our Nurse will have a video consultation, to talk about your condition, expectations and options.
  • Our experienced Doctor and Rehabilitation psychologist and pain physiotherapist will review your case.

You will be invited to a joint multidisciplinary video consultation with all our experts to work with you to achieve a solution to better mange your pain.


Please complete the assessment.