18
Aug

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Pain Guidebook

Recovery Strategies – Pain Guidebook is a straight forward 71 page free PDF that is designed to help both therapists and individuals with pain and injuries.  The book can be […]

22
Sep

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Back pain – separating fact from fiction

Prof Peter O’Sullivan – and a range of patients he met at workshops in London – discuss some of the widely held myths about back pain which negatively impact on […]

16
May

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Turning down the volume on persistent pain

A key focus of the Pain-Ed team is delivering evidence-based messages on how to manage chronic pain to the general public and healthcare professionals. We have previously posted (e.g. here, […]

25
Nov

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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 […]

11
Apr

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Challenging back pain myths

A key focus of the Pain-Ed team is to challenge those societal beliefs which are inaccurate, and are linked to pain and disability. These myths are often commonly believed by […]