Current scientific pain and rehabilitation research shows that movement is one of the most effective, long-term solutions and/or management strategies for most musculoskeletal pain states; but what that looks like for each person is different. There is no absolute “right” … Read More
As your physiotherapist, Tricia is personally and professionally committed to helping you manage and resolve your physiotherapy related conditions. She has a treatment style that includes professional skills, active listening and empathy for her patients. She considers the whole person … Read More
Pain science essential reading list – courtesy of Lars Avemarie. with Anoop Balachandran, Paul Ingraham, Ben Cormack, Prof. Lorimer Moseley, Dr. Jonathan Fass, Diane Jacobs, Dr. Bronnie Lennox Thompson, Dr. Jo Nijs, Dr. Mick Thacke, Max Zusman, Louis Gifford, Todd … Read More
NOTE: If you are a new patient looking for excellent Physiotherapy services in the same location as MOVE Pain Care, Shannon Littlejohn Burnes is available and is accepting new patients at Resilience Physiotherapy.
Person-centered care for people in pain doesn’t just happen. There’s a lot to consider, and most of it we didn’t get through our formal education so finding the information we need can be a bit daunting. Here are some links … Read More
Pain research and support systems are growing and changing for the better, but they are not always that easy to find. These sites represent organizations for research funding and support that bring patients and clinicians together.
Pain and Tension Treatment for pain, especially pain that persists, is most helpful when it is collaborative. Think of your therapist as a tool in your pain toolbox, and build a collection to suit your needs and work with those … Read More
Research about pain, and for people in pain is ongoing, and growing. These sites include organizations that are funding, promoting, and sharing research and current knowledge about pain, as well as pain programs and other resources that might be useful … Read More
MOVE Pain Care Toronto Annex Location: 738 Spadina Ave., Suite 200 Toronto ON M5S 2J8 647-285-4315 firstname.lastname@example.org Directions TTC By Subway: Take the Bloor/Danforth Subwawy Line (Line 2) to Spadina Station. Exit the street on to Spadina Avenue head south … Read More