Neurological pain is described as a burning, tingling or searing sensation that is sometimes constant and sometimes intermittent. It is completely debilitating and if not relieved tends to be more consistent. It is a pain that manifests in the brain. As in due to your pain your brain can think of nothing but how to stop the pain. If this is a new problem then it is important to address it early. Otherwise it can become more insistent, louder and harder to settle. There are many causes of neurological pain. As a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist I can help assess and narrow down the causes for your pain. I can treat those that are amenable to therapy and help show you how you can reduce the pain in the brain if in your case it has been a long term problem. I am also aware of the chronic pain centres available and can liase with and help refer you to them with the support of your GP if that would best suit your circumstance.