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Pacing techniques even out the activity peaks and troughs or good and bad days controlled by pain. Pacing also teaches people to maintain steadiness and control during activities so that they can continue to enjoy activities with less pain.

If you are suffering from a condition which causes chronic pain or fatigue, you will benefit from being taught pacing techniques.

mobility exercises using a rolator frame supervised by a specialist physiotherapistAbove: mobility exercises using a rolator frame supervised by a specialist physiotherapist

Your physiotherapist at may incorporate pacing as a way to control both over activity and under activity. This will allow you to do the activities you enjoy more often. Pacing will:
  • Improve energy and activity levels
  • Reduce anxiety about exercising
  • Enhance cardiovascular endurance
  • Reduce pain
  • Increase confidence by achieving goals related to your needs and lifestyle
  • Increase motivation
  • Enhance quality of life
At, our specialised physiotherapists understand how pain can impact on daily activities. Pacing is a good way to help you control your pain and can be achieved by:
  • Working out the amount of activity, task or posture which can be managed before pain kicks in.
  • Introducing daily activity which is regulated and structured.
  • Activities will be tailored to you and gradually increased in intensity and duration.
  • Appropriate activity goal setting which will help you achieve your maximum physical potential and increase motivation and sense of well-being.
A structured activity programme will be developed between you and your physiotherapist and incorporated into your routine to facilitate performance, increase motivation and reduce pain.

If you would like more information or wish to book an appointment with one of our experienced physiotherapists, then please call on 0330 088 7800. Or you can also book online.

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