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Why do we believe the things we do about low back pain?

A key focus of the Pain-Ed team is changing beliefs about chronic pain. One of the key reasons we focus on this is because beliefs about pain are closely related […]


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Connecting physical health with overall health

As mentioned in a previous post, members of the Pain-Ed team have been involved in several studies examining chronic spinal pain among adolescents. One study demonstrated the very close relationship between […]


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You can’t have chronic pain, you are too young!

It is often assumed that chronic pain is something that only affects adults, and that children or adolescents with pain only experience minor pain and disability. However, chronic pain can […]


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Changing the way people think and move can have a huge impact on their experience of unexplained lower back pain

A recent clinical trial involving members of the Pain-Ed team based at Bergen University, Norway and Curtin University, Perth, Australia analysed 121 adults with chronic lower back pain. In the […]