We know chronic pain doesn’t discriminate, it doesn’t care about race, age, or anything else for the matter, so where are all the men in pain? We have literally hundreds of recovery stories of people getting their lives back, but the sad truth of it all is that only a hand full of them are Men.
There definitely are some big differences between how those of different genders and sex deal with pain, and very rarely do we ever get Men reach out for help. So, when Keegan first got in touch with me, it was great to help another guy navigate the pitfalls of chronic pain recovery. Programmes very rarely follow a linear path, and there are many ups and downs along the way. But, its been a pleasure to watch Keegan get his life back, and reach his goal of being an active Father, without any payback from just living his life. Likewise, Keegan’s entire programme was conducted over zoom, with Keegan in America, and myself in Scotland.
So, its been a fantastic journey being able to help someone in the sense that distance wasn’t an issue. Hats off to you Keegan, it has been a journey. Well done my friend, and I wish you luck in all that you do.