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For anyone with cancer, pain can unfortunately be a common experience.

The impact of tumours pressing on nerves or other organs. Expected, or unexpected, treatment side effects. Post-surgery recovery

Physical pain can also be compounded by difficult mental health challenges of managing the emotional and social strains of the disease.

But while pain may be a common experience, it doesn’t have to an accepted one.

Cancer pain is treatable.

Pricing

Eligiblity Quiz

Free

Initial Consultation

£79.99

Follow Up Consultation

£49.99

Can We Treat It?

Yes.

A lot depends on the type and severity of your pain, but our doctors are available now to understand your condition, where you are in your treatment journey, and what is and isn’t working for you.

With access to your summary care records, there’s no need to wait days or weeks to align things with your GP or hospital. It can be done in minutes.

What Can We Treat It With?

It’s important to find the right treatment that works for you and your pain symptoms.

If you have tried two or more types of medicine for your pain, and they are not working, our doctors are licenced and trained to prescribe regulated natural treatments.

How Soon Can We Treat It?

How does today sound?

Our doctors are available from 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday, with appointments usually available within hours.

And if eligible – following a short questionnaire – our doctors can approve your treatment prescription within just 24 to 48 hours.

Appointments are available here.

Don’t Want To Treat It With Botanical Medicines?

That’s okay.

Our GPs are still available to you to discuss your health issues and provide advice on further options that may work for your pain.

Treating It With Additional Support

We know cancer pain can be a tough, uncompromising experience.

Understanding it better as well as getting wider support can help to manage it and cope with its day-to-day challenges.

Here are some resources we feel may be helpful.