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A self-help guide to managing your back pain

Thankfully, sources of accurate, evidence-based information on self-managing chronic pain are becoming increasingly available. This booklet is another step in the right direction – it is a short self-help guide developed by the Tasmanian […]


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Interview on pelvic pain with Prof. Peter O’Sullivan: What are the really important factors to address in management?

In a small proportion of people who develop pelvic pain, it can become a very disabling, painful condition. For many years unhelpful beliefs about what happens to the pelvis among […]


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Podcast interview with Dr. Kieran O’Sullivan on chronic low back pain

This is an interview Dr. Kieran O’Sullivan completed with David Pope on chronic low back pain.   http://traffic.libsyn.com/physioedge/PE_022_Chronic_Low_Back_Pain_with_Dr_Kieran_OSullivan.mp3   The original podcast, and other free CPD podcasts, can be downloaded […]


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Is my pain due to something being out of place?

Many people with chronic pain will have been told, and may themselves believe that they have something (e.g. a disc, a bone) out of place, and which needs to be […]


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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 […]