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Chronic Pain

Chronic pain refers to pain that has been around for more than 3 months and isn’t usually curable.

Our services include:

  • Acute pain: We have three specialist acute pain nurses and a lead consultant aneasthetist to help patients who experience acute pain.
  • Clinical psychology: For patients who associate their pain with high levels of distress and disability.
  • Exercise: We help patients with a manageable exercise programme that fits around their chronic pain.

The Royal Derby Hospital pain management unit runs a series of pain management programmes throughout the year. These are all attended on an outpatient basis, with each group completing nine or ten sessions of half a day per week.

Contact and find us


Pain Management Clinic
Level 1, Main entrance
Royal Derby Hospital
Uttoxeter Road
DE22 8NE

The clinic is next to the Patient Advice and Liaison office, opposite Costa Coffee.

Telephone: 01332 786 086

After 6 rings, your call will be transfered to an answering machine which is checked regularly throughout the day.

Clinic times

Monday to Thursday: 8.30am - 5pm
Friday: 8.30am - 1.30pm

Appointments are made through GP referral.