We combine the latest pain science with emerging treatments. So you can break free from unhelpful medication.
Are you worried about your medication?
Or the prospect of it being taken away?
Can't tell the difference between symptoms and side effects?
Not sure what the alternatives are?
It's time for a reality check
While they can be effective for some pains, there is little evidence that so-called painkillers are effective for most chronic pain conditions. Despite this some 5m people are prescribed opiates or benzodiazepines. The thing is, for some, the medication might actually be doing more harm than good.
Pain science has evolved significantly in recent years
Doctors are encouraged to think twice before prescribing. The shift is crucial, but it leaves many people living with chronic pain facing uncertainty. You find yourself questioning whether these meds are helping or hurting? And if not, what alternatives exist if painkillers aren't the answer?
We offer a new way forward
We combine 1-1 and peer support with emerging treatments, all based on the latest pain science. Whether reducing medication or exploring alternatives, you set the pace and we'll be by your side.
1-1 clinical support
Tap into a team of specialist pain doctors, psychologists, physios and nurses. You'll receive a personalised treatment plan based on your pain and medication history, and your goals.
Join others going through the same journey. Led by clinicians, you'll learn how to change your relationship with pain. Weekly sessions and self-guided tools backed by the latest science.
To help you on your journey we offer treatments not available on the NHS such as medical cannabis. Safe, effective pain relief, without the nasty side effects.
Ways we can help you
Build confidence and reduce pain's hold. To help you achieve what felt impossible before.
Unlock and apply the latest pain science. Under the guidance of renowned specialists.
Break free from unhelpful and harmful medications. Explore emerging treatments not available on the NHS like medical cannabis in a safe environment.
Change is possible
It may not feel it, but with the right help there is a brighter future.
Pain severity improvement †
Stopped opioid usage †
Reduction in anxiety and depression †
“I had my last prescription tablet on 18/02/22”.
We've supported hundreds of patients including Vernon, Claire, Emma and John. Watch them share their experiences...
I've made huge progress in such a short amount of time and can't wait to keep building on this
Supporting the NHS
We believe that living with chronic, long-term pain shouldn't force you to rely on medications that offer little relief and come with unpleasant side effects, potentially leading to dependency.
We can help your patients break free from unhelpful and harmful medication, and discover sustainable pain relief that empowers them to pursue their life goals without enduring unpleasant side effects.
We call it finding pain-life balance.
How we help GPs
Changing prescribing guidance for high-strength painkillers in recent years has left many patients fearful. Those living with chronic pain are five times more likely to see their GP.
We can assist your patients to move beyond their current medication to long-term, sustainable ways of managing their pain.
Request our free Finding Pain-Life Balance patient-facing literature, enquire about one of our clinical team speaking at a patient event and learn more about signposting patients to Leva.
Data from proprietary data sources including working with researchers from Imperial College and participation in research with Project Twenty21, Drug Sciences Project. BP (Pain Severity): 94% of patients reported an improvement in the severity of their pain. The percentage of chronic pain patients who reported any use of opioids had reduced from 441 (55.1%) to 177 (22.1%) indicating that over half (59.9%) of those using opioids had stopped all use of the drugs. >50% of patients with indications of major depression on initial assessment show significant improvement after 3 months of treatment with medical cannabis and an online pain management programme.