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   […]

09
Sep

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Can the way we move after injury lead to chronic pain?

Dr Siobhan Schabrun is a research fellow at Neuroscience Research Australia. Her work is focussed on understanding the role of brain plasticity in the development of persistent musculoskeletal pain (such […]

30
Aug

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Myths about back pain

Kevin Wernli made two videos based on an article published in the Irish Independent on myths about back pain. Back pain is a huge problem costing the Australian government ~1.2Billion […]

02
Aug

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Posture and Pain

Posture: ‘Sit Up Straight’: Time to Re-evaluate – Infographic

A recent viewpoint led by Diane Slater and published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT) discussed the current research around posture and pain. You can find it here […]

22
Jul

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What is the single best thing we can do for our health?

Dr. Mike Evans was a staff physician at St. Michael’s Hospital, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Toronto, Lead of Digital Preventive Medicine at the Li Ka […]