The Pain Exchange


Sharon Morgans, a state registered physiotherapist, is running a programme that aims to help support those living with persistent pain. The aim is to enable participants to manage persistent pain and so improve quality of life.

The Pain Exchange runs weekly for 12 weeks and includes:

  • an exercise class with relaxation
  • discussions and education regarding the meaning of pain  
  • advice by a qualified nutritionist, on the effects of nutrition on pain and fatigue
  • discussions and advice on sleep management 
  • art sessions conducted by a local artist
  • community gardening
  • social time with refreshments

On request we also provide:

  • prayer for healing
  • links to agencies who can help with debt counselling and advice on social benefits
  • links to the food bank
  • links to help with mental health

Our charitable objectives are:

'To protect and promote the physical and mental health of persons suffering from musculoskeletal (MSK) pain and conditions, in particular by the provision of physiotherapy programmes directed towards relief, management and prevention.'

Our charitable aims are:

'To improve confidence in ability to function day to day, for example: confidence to work, either in paid or a voluntary capacity and confidence to engage in social activities with family, friends and/or the local community.'







The Pain Exchange is a registered charity in England & Wales. Charity no. 1166229