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Road rage can cause a pain in the neck!

This week I was the ‘victim’ of road rage when a man who believed he had right of way on a double mini-roundabout reacted by putting his foot down hard on the accelerator and went to ram the side of my car, braking at the last minute.  I was aware of what was happening because […]

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Free yourself from persistent pain for 2015

Later this month I will be offering local people who suffer from chronic pain an opportunity to access free consultations to show the way to a pain free life. On the evening of Tuesday 27th January 2015 at Alexandra House, the award-winning health spa in Huddersfield, I will be offering FREE 20 minute consultations to […]

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Development of SIRPA – Part 2

Continued… To read part 1 click here I was also beginning to wonder why, if core stability is so important in preventing and resolving back pain, I was seeing so many people who had often already worked for months on programmes for core stability, yet they then came to me for pain relief. Other times […]

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Development of SIRPA – Part 1

My journey as a Physiotherapist began in 1983, although I have to say that the past 5 years have been the most rewarding. The main reason for this is that now I see so many life-changing results with people whose lives have been severely affected by chronic pain. So how did a Physiotherapist like me […]

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Chronic Pain – your knight in shining armour?

Believe it or not, chronic pain is part of your body’s primal protective response as a result of a real or perceived threat. It’s not there to make your life a misery or because you have done anything wrong. In fact the more frustrated and angry you become about your pain, the more you ‘ramp […]

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What Other Say

7 weeks of pain gone in days

"I just want to let you know I won't be needing the follow up visit we put in for Wednesday. Why? Because my pain made an exit pretty promptly after my appointment last week. I have offloaded, breathed, visualised and stopped myself from repeat thoughts ( well as much as I can [more]

John E Sarno MD

“It’s great having such a competent and enthusiastic colleague in the UK” John E Sarno MD Professor in Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University School of Medicine and Pioneer in the field of Tension Myositis Syndrome (Stress Illness)Best buy history essay Buy custom essays cheap Order research paper online I want [more]

Peter Zafirides MD

"Georgie, You are a leader in the field as well. We are all in this together for the same reason - to reduce pain and suffering. Thank you for SIRPA and all you are doing 'on the other side of the pond'!!" Peter Zafirides MD, Psychiatrist & Clinical Assistant Professor [more]

Wayne Kampers MRCPsych

As a Consultant Psychiatrist I often see clients with ‘Stress-Related and Somatoform Disorders”. So many of these individuals turn out to have ‘Stress Illness’ as described by Georgina. Her SIRPA Training Programme and SIRPA approach to Stress Illness enables Health Professionals to develop the skills to identify this often chronic [more]

Christa: ex-Fibromyalgia sufferer

I am a former Fibromyalgia sufferer. Following the SIRPA programme and attending a SIRPA retreat, apart from regaining my health, I was able to learn in depth, personal ways of recognising how to deal with the stresses in my life. I learned all different skills to stop the chatter in [more]

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