Phantom Limb Pain Research - University of Nottingham

Experiencing phantom limb pain?

We would like to explore whether participating in an online support group could help individuals living with phantom limb pain better manage their condition, to reduce pain or better wellbeing.

The background for us undertaking this study, is that less than 10% of people diagnosed with phantom limb pain experience lasting pain relief following treatment. Which can have severe negative effects on one’s health. We are exploring alternative avenues to help the remaining 90% manage their phantom limb pain. We are therefore undertaking the current study in hopes of better informing future research and medical practice.

If you suffer from phantom limb pain, or know of someone who does, please head to the study website here for further information and to participate.


The Australian Pain Management Association Ltd. (APMA) is a health promotion charity providing advocacy, information and practical support for people living with chronic (persistent) pain and their families. APMA is the consumer health organisation for all Australians who live with pain. APMA is your voice.


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