22
Nov

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‘Overdiagnosis’ / ‘overtreating’– relevant in sports physio/medicine?

In this podcast, Prof. Peter O’Sullivan discusses some key issues regarding low back pain with Prof. Karim Khan (editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine).   “We can massively create […]

06
Nov

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Life is hard. If it throws pain at you, the power to overcome that is in your head

Rose is a creative person who runs her own small business and has had to overcome a lot of things in life. Rose has worked hard on who she is […]

27
Oct

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Needless treatments: spinal fusion surgery for lower back pain is costly and there’s little evidence it’ll work

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article here. It was written by Gustavo Machado, Christine Lin and Ian Harris.   From […]

12
Oct

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Physiotherapists’ views and experiences of assessing psychosocial factors in chronic low back pain: An opportunity to re-focus our clinical and educational priorities?

Psychosocial (PS) factors play an important role in the development and subsequent recovery of individuals suffering from chronic low back pain (CLBP) (O’Sullivan, 2011; Hayden et al, 2009, Wand and […]

30
Sep

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The reciprocal associations between catastrophizing and pain outcomes in patients being treated for neuropathic pain: a cross-lagged panel analysis study

Improvements in catastrophic thinking early in chronic neuropathic pain treatments predict later decreases in pain severity and inversely, early improvements in pain severity predict later decreases in catastrophic thinking   […]