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Does the biopsychosocial view of back pain have implications on how we teach lifting technique?

Dave Nolan is a clinical specialist physiotherapist working in occupational health. Dave works within the NHS, and he’s trying to help modernise the message we give staff about their bodies […]


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Pain Management: Roadmap to Revolution – Steven Z. George – 21st John H.P. Maley Lecture

Dr. George’s primary interest is research involving biopsychosocial models for the prevention and treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain disorders.  His long term goals are to 1) improve accuracy for predicting […]


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A person-centered biopsychosocial approach to back pain in sport

Physiotherapists JP Caneiro and Dr. Leo Ng outline how individualised plans are needed in the management of low back pain in an issue of the Sport Health magazine. JP Caneiro […]


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Cognitive Functional Therapy with Peter O’Sullivan – a clinician’s perspective

Diane Jacobs is a PT since 1971 and a manual therapist since mid-eighties and still practices to this day. She helped form the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Pain Science Division and […]


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When is spinal pain less about the spine?

Dr Kieran O’Sullivan of Aspetar and Pain-Ed discusses how spinal pain is a result of numerous factors and is not just about the spine