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What are my medication options?
Here at the Somerset Community Pain Management Service we have teamed up with Option Grid™ to help you make the right choices for you. We have developed evidence based information in the form of Option Grids which are published on http://optiongrid.org.
Option Grids are simple one page sheets that you can print and download. They have been tried, tested and validated to provide you with the best advice.
You can review your Medication Option Grid decision aids ahead of your appointment with the Pain Service, your GP or Consultant and use it in collaboration with them.
Go to the website here: http://optiongrid.org. You will need to create an account and log on:
Pain (long-term and flare-up): medication options
Use this Option Grid decision aid to help you and your healthcare professional decide which tablets you may like to take for long-term and flare up pain of the muscles, ligaments and soft tissue.
Pain (nerve type): medication options
Use this Option Grid decision aid to help you and your healthcare professional decide which tablets you may want to considerfor the management of all nerve type pain, such as stabbing, shooting, or burning pain for patients with diabetic neuropathy or trigeminal neuralgia.
Find out more with this short video clip:
Introducing Option Grid from OptionGrid on Vimeo.
For registered users
How do I register?
If you have been referred to the Somerset Community Pain Management Service and have received your first appointment letter, you will have been given access to Patients Online at the same time and told how to register. You can do this at Register, below.
If you've received your first appointment letter but are unable to register on the platform, please contact email@example.com.
Register for our Patients online service
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Join our online community of other people managing pain with the Somerset Community Pain Management Service