Insightful Back Pain Event at BioCity Nottingham
NOTTINGHAM, England, April 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Social enterprise hosts event at BioCity Nottingham 19 May 2016 to boost local collaboration around treatment of back pain.
The free awareness and networking event is hosted by BackMentorMe, a Nottingham based initiative focused on back pain related content and services. The event, entitled "Reducing the Burden of Back Pain!" is targeted at:
- Back pain sufferers
- Practitioners and therapists
- Companies providing health and wellness services/products
The aim is to help back pain sufferers discover personalised, sustainable and quicker routes to recovery. By fundraising for BackCare, the only UK charity dedicated to back pain, the event will also have an impact beyond Nottingham.
Attendees can register for free at http://www.BackMentor.Me/BackTalkEvent
Nottingham. Hub for back pain expertise.
Nottingham is home to a diverse community of practitioners and therapists with expertise in managing and alleviating back pain. The city even hosted a national spine conference earlier this year. Founder of BackMentorMe, Armand Brevig says, "The knowledge and approaches to beat back pain are available right here in our local community. We want to bring people together to encourage more cross-functional action. This enables knowledge to be applied in a holistic and personalised way".
Reduce suffering. Boost competitiveness.
Back pain is both debilitating and devastating for millions of people. Many statistics highlight billion pound annual losses in terms of lost productivity, health care costs, etc. Even slight improvements would represent a competitive gain for Britain. Recovered back pain sufferers often describe their lives as having been "transformed" or they say they have been given "a new lease of life". Nevertheless, too many people suffer for too long unnecessarily. By connecting people and providing a platform for sharing insights, BackMentorMe wants to empower people to transform their lives.
Thought provoking presentations. Panel discussion. Networking.
So, what can be done to turn the tide on back pain? More personalised and holistic thinking is needed. Each back pain sufferers needs targeted help to identify and address the root causes of their pain.
Richard Moore, Founder of Moore Osteopathy, says, "People often don't realise how individual back pain is and tend to think that 'back pain is back pain'. But that's not the case at all." Moore, and other leading Nottingham practitioners, will share their insights on back pain and answer questions from the audience. Towards the end of the event there will be an opportunity to network and make new connections.
Don't miss this exciting event, which will introduce actionable fresh ideas and perspectives to the back pain debate!
For full event programme and registration for the BioCity Nottingham event, go to http://www.backmentor.me/backtalkevent
Can't make it? Register for the free webinar instead at http://www.backmentor.me/backtalkwebinar
Notes to Editors
BackMentorMe (http://www.BackMentor.Me) provides hope and inspiration for back pain sufferers. We show that not only is full recovery possible - with the right individualised holistic approach, it's highly likely. We offer a mix of mind-expanding content and services to start turning the tide on back pain.
BackMentorMe was created by recovered back pain sufferer, Armand Brevig, and is backed by a diverse group of highly effective back pain experts.
The BackMentorMe website and brand are owned by social enterprise Content Impact Limited. We help people lead more empowered lives through impactful online content based solutions. Based in Nottingham, United Kingdom, Content Impact aspires to touch the lives of people around the globe. Contact us at BackMentorMe@content-impact.com
For further information please contact Armand Brevig Tel: +44-771-824-4805 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Content Impact