Brainman – Explains Pain in Five Minutes
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We now realize that understanding pain is not as easy or simple as once thought. It used to be that if the scan showed disc disease we would consider that as a cause for the pain. Though the changes we … Read More

Pain-Ed: For You and Your Healthcare Team
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Pain-Ed was developed to inform the public and health care practitioners about the latest pain research; to dispel common myths about pain; and to provide hope for change. Patient Stories A series of patient stories to provide hope to people … Read More

The Retrain Pain Foundation
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The Retrain Pain Foundation provides free online pain education to the public. They¬†believe that pain patients throughout the world deserve access to accurate and up to date information about pain rehabilitation. The courses have been translated into over 20 languages. … Read More

Tame The Beast – Rethinking Persistent Pain
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Understanding pain means thinking about it a little differently than we’re used to. Pain isn’t something we can detect, it’s an experience we have based on how we interpret a whole lot of different information. This video helps re-frame pain … Read More

PainHealth Australia: Easing Musculoskeletal Pain
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Helping people with musculoskeletal pain to have access to reliable and usable evidence-informed information, resources and skills to assist in the co-management of their pain. The website offers short, accessible videos including: Pain stories How people have managed musculoskeletal pain … Read More

Reconceptualizing Back Pain with Prof. Sullivan.
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Professor Peter O’Sullivan discusses some of the widely held myths about back pain. These myths have negatively impacted the perception and treatment of people with back pain. The video shows where we often go wrong with back pain treatment, and … Read More

The Pain Toolkit
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The Pain Toolkit is for people who live with persistent pain and the healthcare teams who support them. It helps people all over the world self manage persistent pain. Living With Persistent Pain Pete Moore, creator of the Pain Toolkit, … Read More

Low Back Pain – Making a Resilience Plan
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Low back pain is a common annoying or debilitating experience. It’s a primary reason people visit a health care professional and generates a lot of claims about “fixes”. Current research shows that rather than one “fix” there are many ways … Read More

Privacy Policy
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Collection of Information Information collected includes but is not limited to personal contact information, health history, verbal information pertinent to treatment, and transfer of information to or from other medical health professionals. This information is collected to ensure delivery of … Read More

Knowledge to Practice
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Continuing education courses that are up to date, evidence-based and provide sound clinical reasoning for treatment of people in pain is just one part of the picture. What you do with that knowledge is a whole other story. Without direction … Read More

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