28
Apr

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Pain education – educating patients or making sense of pain together?

Joletta Belton (Jo) writes a blog on living with chronic pain which covers a range of topics related to her story. In this post she talks about clinicians and patients working together […]

06
Apr

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It’s words that I remember ~ language matters

Joletta Belton (Jo) writes a blog on living with chronic pain which covers a range of topics related to her story. In this post she talks about the language clinicians use […]

27
Mar

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Tell me your story: the power of dialogue

Joletta Belton (Jo) writes a blog on living with chronic pain which covers a range of topics related to her story. In this post she talks about how powerful the opening statement from […]

16
Mar

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Physiotherapists’ assessment of patients’ psychosocial status: Are we standing on thin ice? A qualitative descriptive study

In recent years, there has been an increased understanding of the importance of psychosocial factors in the development and maintenance of pain and disability related to musculoskeletal problems. Physiotherapists have […]

27
Feb

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Relax! Running, pain and my CFT experience

Joletta Belton (Jo) writes a blog on living with chronic pain which covers a range of topics related to her story. In this post she talks about returning to running.   In […]