Here we post relevant news, announcements, updates and general information concerning chronic pain

September 8th, 2022

Chronic Pain Ireland were delighted to collaborate with Hospital Professional News in ensuring that our Pain Awareness Month Campaign was included in their September issue.

Our sincere thanks to both Prof. Dominic Hegarty and Brona Fullen who contributed articles to the September edition of Hospital Professional News. 

September 1st, 2022

Press Release 01-09-22


Chronic Pain Ireland marks 30th anniversary with events to provide advice and respite to people suffering with chronic pain

  • Anniversary celebrations coincide with Pain Awareness Month in September

  • Virtual events designed to teach chronic pain sufferers the tools, techniques and coping strategies necessary for maintaining quality of life

August 29th, 2022

Chronic Pain is NOT make believe

By Ciara Chapman Illustration

Large scale artwork 5th-30th September &

Culture Night Talk Friday 23rd September, 6-7pm

All At Cork Opera House


August 28th, 2022

Pain Awareness Month 2022 - Calendar of Events

The World Health Assembly (WHA), a subsection of the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared September as Pain Awareness Month.

Throughout the month of September, many organisations around the globe contribute and raise awareness of chronic pain.  This year Chronic Pain Ireland is once again supporting this campaign and our 2022 theme is Inspiring Pain Freedom.

August 28th, 2022

Raising Awareness of Chronic Pain and Spinal Health, Nikki Bray and her husband Donal are once again holding their annual fundraising event in Youghal Co Cork.

Event Organiser Nikki Bray was born with a spinal defect and is asking you to join her on September 4th to complete this 4km walk in aid of Chronic Pain Ireland support services and to raise awareness of spinal health.  Nikki states "It is not a fast walk, it is all about mobility and strength....not speed. If you can't walk but would like to come along to support and cheer us on please get in touch".