About us

PAIN SUPPORT JERSEY IS A SMALL CHARITY MAKING A BIG DIFFERENCE

OUR MISSION

Guide people in pain and promote the understanding of pain in the community.

 

Our gentle exercise sessions are now on YouTube

Why not join in?

Gentle exercise for flare ups.

Guide to Managing Persistent Pain at Home  

 

WHO WE ARE

Pain Support Jersey is a charity run by and for persistent pain sufferers, offering practical help friendship and encouragement.

Our sessions are led by pain specialists from the Pain Management Centre at Overdale Hospital.

We are a non-profit organisation (NPO No 0732).

Member of the Association of Jersey Charities No 370

Chairman: Dr Chad Taylor

 

WHAT WE DO

Gentle exercise 

Mindfulness 

Hydrotherapy

Educational talks

Social events

PSJ Leaflet

 

WHO CAN BENEFIT

Anyone who has persistent pain, which is pain which has lasted for more than three months.

It may stem from arthritis, fibromyalgia, surgery, injuries and many other causes.

 

You don’t need a referral from your doctor but we do recommend that you seek medical advice before joining in the physical activities.

 

WHERE WE MEET

Tuesday: Exercise and mindfulness session St Clement’s Parish Hall 10.30am

Friday: ‘Stepping Out’ walking session Coronation Park, Millbrook. Meet at the bandstand 10.30am

Thursday: Educational talks once a month at Victoria Cottage Homes, Five Oaks. Meet in the conservatory 10.30am

Hydrotherapy sessions are offered twice a week at the hospital pool but spaces are limited

 

If you’ve never been before your first session is free, just turn up.

 

FEES

Membership costs just £25 p/a

Tuesday session £3

Friday session Free

Thursday Talks Free for members - £3 for non-members

  


Please get in touch by phone, email, the website or post

View our contact details

Visit our Facebook page on painsupportjerseycharity

Documents for Download

Membership Form 

NEWSLETTERS

 

 

31 Mar - Spring Social Cancelled

12:00pm - 31 March

Cancelled

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All sessions cancelled until further notice

14 March, 2020

All exercise & mindfulness sessions, educational talks and social events have been cance…

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