Peleus Healthcare

Our mission: to help millions of people living with chronic pain and fatigue

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Help wanted!

We’re looking for people with chronic pain and fatigue to help us build our exciting new products and services. If you’d like to do any of these:

  • Tell us a little about yourself - a story, what it’s like to be you, how you manage your condition

  • Try out our new symptom monitoring software to help describe your pain patterns to yourself others

  • Just get in touch to say hello

Just email james@peleus.heathcare or use this contact form. In return, you can learn a bit about what we're planning to roll out, and get access to an early versions - for free!

Email james@peleus.heathcare or use this form:


Communicate better

Unbelievably simple symptom diary - no more diary fatigue

Describe your symptom patterns better, easier and quicker to doctors, therapists, physios, colleagues, friends and family

Improve your relationships with better communication and understanding

Help measure the impact of changes in medication

Discover new ways to adapt, at home and at work

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Join our podcast

Listen to the stories of others who know what it’s like. Find inspiration, strength, hope and practical advice in stories of others going through similar experiences.

Contribute to the community and help support others by sharing your own story - get in contact if you would like to book a friendly chat, absolutely no commitment. All you need is a computer with a microphone!

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Founded by someone with chronic pain

Hi, I'm James. I have Ankylosing Spondylitis, an inflammatory auto-immune disease which causes varying levels of pain, fatigue, stiffness and immobility. I know what it's like to live alongside a difficult and challenging condition, and it's why I decided to start Peleus Healthcare.

If you have ever felt frustrated, down, scared, anxious, socially isolated or lost, or just need a helping hand, you're not alone. Every day, people like you are living with their own invisible challenges and finding ways to accept and adapt to their chronic conditions. We're here to help share and spread those little successes.

Supporting invisible disabilities


Some disabilities can look like this:


but disabilities can also look like this:

ankylosing spondylitis

bone metastasis

chronic back pain

chronic fatigue syndrome / ME

chronic migraines

chronic pancreatitis

cluster headaches

complex regional pain syndrome


Ehlers-Danlos syndromes



irritable bowel syndrome

juvenile arthritis coniditions such as JIA

lupus (erythematos)



peripheral neuropathy

peripheral vascular disease

polymyalgia rheumatica

psoriatic arthritis

rheumatoid arthritis


slipped disk

somatisation disorders

TMJ dysfunction

trigéminas neuralgia

… many more …