Dr Deepak Ravindran – the UK’s Go-To Doctor in Pain Management
The Pain-Free Mindset – 7 Steps to Taking Control and Overcoming Chronic Pain
Are you ready to take back control and overcome your pain?
This book has been the culmination of 23 years of knowledge on pain management, to empower people with the right tools to rid a life of chronic pain.
Pain is very complex, and it is only by adopting an open and pain-free MINDSET that we can appreciate the factors that influence and amplify pain. Flawed beliefs and the overpowering fear factors around pain is where Dr Deepak Ravindran strives to pave the way to a different style of thinking!
With the correct mindset, you will be able to gain a much better understanding of your pain. In turn, this will help you create your personalised plan and ability to overcome your hardest days.
Transform your mindset to live a pain-free life.
Dr Deepak Ravindran has 20 years of experience in helping people overcome their pain – in the NHS and private practice. He is one of the few consultants in the UK who possesses dual certification in musculoskeletal medicine and pain medicine. He has been a consultant in pain medicine for the last 10 years in one of the biggest district general medical sectors, the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust in the UK. He is currently the clinical lead for the specialist pain services for all of West Berkshire since 2015.
“The Pain free Mindset will be music to the ears of GPs and those who work in Pain Management services, and one could argue that this book should be compulsory reading before a chronic pain referral is considered, ………., puts them (patients) back in control of deciding what works for them to restore their quality of life. In doing so, he (Dr.Ravindran) does a very good job of conveying to patients what chronic pain management should be all about. This book will give them the toolkit they need to take charge of managing their chronic pain themselves. Upcoming Review by Dr Jessop, Consultant Pain Medicine for British Pain Society quarterly journal March 2021”
“I think it is brilliant! I’m recommending it to every clinician and chronic condition sufferer I can, as I think it is a brilliant toolkit and everyone needs to read it! I’ve written a review and will send it to Kate at Penguin later.I really like part 3. Very aspirational. It’s really well written and encouraging, I can see how daunting making these changes could be to some people but I really like the DFY, DWY, and DIY concept, and I just hope that the people who need help see someone as great as you to help them make some changes.” Vicky Mynott, Founder/Director of Panacea Physiotherapy, Berkshire