Great News about the Feel Free Programme that was trialled in October 2021

New pelvic and bladder pain programme to transform your care

A new programme to relieve pelvic pain and bladder pain and their symptoms has been launched in association with Bladder Health UK and is set to revolutionise the sector.

The Feel Free Programme can successfully support you even in difficult times when there’s no access to hospitals or other healthcare services. Just look at these results:

· 100% of patients would recommend the programme to a friend

· 81% of patients felt better able to deal with their symptoms

· 90% rated the course Very Good or Good

The Feel Free Programme has elements to help you to cope with the physical, emotional and psychological impacts of your condition. It is an online programme with daily support and it helps you to:

· Reduce pain and other symptoms

· Reduce the stress and anxiety that comes with pelvic pain including IC/BPS/OAB/UTI

· Improve your sleep and wellbeing

Patients in all parts of the UK can access the Feel Free Programme and it will be free of charge if you are using Gepan Instill bladder instillation. The Scottish Government is supporting this approach to the care of pelvic and bladder pain patients by funding places on the programme for Scottish patients.

Here’s what people have said about their experience on the Feel Free Programme:

“I feel better able to cope with the ups and downs of my symptoms and the way they impact my day-to-day life.”

“I’ve gained a quiet, calm strength, knowing that I now have more control over the self-management of my BPS; I already have moved forward to a freer life!”

“You provide tools to manage the physical and emotional aspects of living with bladder illness, and I feel better able to cope now. It complements my medical help perfectly.”

“Excellent! Helpful, informative, motivational, supportive, encouraging, empathic, clear, reiterating the importance of not giving up but trusting the process. It’s enabled me to take more responsibility for my health, and to accept disappointments with equanimity.”

So, what are YOU waiting for?

Go to for more information. All you need to do is schedule a call on, and we will go through the enrolment process with you.

You’ve nothing to lose and everything to gain! We look forward to helping you transform your life.

Frequently asked Questions

What is the Pain Programme?

This is a simple, effective programme that will show you how to reduce your pain and the other challenging aspects of living with a chronic pelvic pain condition.

You’ll go through a step-by-step online programme over eight weeks which will teach you practical techniques. These have been distilled into simple, structured stages from the complex science about reducing pain, the need to go to the toilet urgently and frequently, and the stress and anxiety that comes with these conditions.

You’ll discover which techniques and adaptations work best for you as an individual, and develop an ability to control and reduce your symptoms.

Who is it for?

Anyone struggling with chronic pelvic pain or bladder pain urge or frequency.

What support will there be?

There is support available Monday to Friday via the help desk. You’ll be part of a compassionate Facebook community. You’ll join a group of people who have similar health conditions to you and know just how you feel, and you’ll have access to one-to-one support, as well as inspiration and encouragement in groups.

What’s in it for me?

This is an opportunity to improve your quality of life and reduce pain and other symptoms. When you have a chronic condition, not feeling, desperate, lonely, helpless, anxious can be what you strive to achieve as well as doing the things you want to do with the people you love. This project will help to improve your everyday wellness, to live in the best health possible for you.

How much time will I have to commit to this?

Less than 30 minutes, five days a week, for eight weeks. However, you may well find yourself enjoying it so much, and seeing such a change, that you choose to do more than that.

Where do I do it, and do I need special equipment?

You can do it all in your own home – standing, sitting or even lying in bed! You won’t need any special equipment. You need to be on Facebook and have access to the internet.

How do I get on the Programme?

All you need to do is schedule a call on, and we will go through the enrolment process with you.

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