23
Dec

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Leonard O'Sullivan

Ergonomic factors in chronic pain

Dr. Leonard O’Sullivan is a senior lecturer in human factors and ergonomics in the Department of Design and Manufacturing Technology. He is a lead researcher in the Design Factors research group. His […]

21
Dec

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Wim Dankaerts

Physical factors in the CFT approach to chronic pain management

Dr. Wim Dankaerts outlines the importance physical factors play in the development and maintenance of chronic pain

19
Dec

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General health and immune function in chronic pain

Dr. Kieran O’Sullivan of Pain-Ed has conducted research into the role of both physical and non-physical factors in chronic pain. In this short video at a symposium for the launch […]

04
Nov

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Is thoracic spine posture important for shoulder pain?

Shoulder pain has long been regarded as a postural problem, which develops as a result of improper positioning of the spine, shoulder blades, head and shoulder joint. Early anecdotal evidence […]

07
Oct

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Factors other than Clinical Examination findings predict the Outcome of Physiotherapy for Shoulder Pain

The aim of this study was to identify which patient characteristics (baseline measures), commonly assessed at the first physiotherapy appointment are associated with the outcome of physiotherapy for musculoskeletal shoulder pain. […]