Treatment often requires a holistic approach. Be aware that both relaxation and exercise could be valuable to your patient. Reach out to local providers. You could, for example, refer patients to yoga, Pilates or other exercise classes, or perhaps aromatherapy and relaxation classes.
All community pharmacies stock a range of analgesics, but consider what treatments you could offer that help the patient cope with their pain. These might include rubefacients and topical NSAIDs, cold and heat treatments and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulators (TENS) or electromagnetic treatments (see pages 36-40 for more on how to audit patients on pain treatment).
When you are recommending analgesics:
Consider using leaflets like the one from the British Pain Society, which can be accessed here.