Childhood pain

 

About five percent of children have moderate to severe pain, with headaches, abdominal pain, limb pain and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome the most common forms of pain. Children can suffer academically and socially as a result of chronic pain, and their families are also affected, with parents missing work and siblings marginalised.
If you have a child with chronic pain find more information here or call the Pain Link Helpline 1300 340 357.
  Name Description Category
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Ronan's story

"Four year old Ronan lives with constant pain and it affects his whole family..."

Arthritis
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Kyla's story

Last year our 10 year-old daughter Kyla was doing high jump at school when she got tangled in the bar and landed on the top of her foot.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
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Isabella's story

Isabella hurt her ankle dancing, and over the next few months, the pain travelled throughout her entire right leg.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
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Neika's story

Neika (pictured with her family, middle back row) was in Grade 6 when she hurt her knee. We had no idea it would end up in chronic pain.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

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Our mission is to improve the quality of life for the millions of people living with chronic pain, and to minimise the burden of pain on individuals and communities across Australia.

 

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