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OOOPS… The page you are looking for is no longer here (bummer). You can try searching for what you are looking for using the search in the main navigation menu. If that still doesn’t provide the results you are looking … Read More

Treatment With Monica
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Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and Registered Massage Therapist What makes my practice distinctive is a comprehensive background in integrating research and evidence-based best practices in treatment to help with most musculoskeletal problems. I recently completed a Master of Science in Rehabilitation … Read More

Treatment with Tricia
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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

Continuing Education Courses
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Find continuing education courses that are up to date, evidence-based and provide sound clinical reasoning for treatment of people in pain. Though many of these courses have a hands-on component, their focus is not about the techniques or modalities, but … Read More

Pain Science Reading List
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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

For Therapists
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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

Patient Resources
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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 Resources
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Pain, Stiffness, and Tension Treatment for pain, especially pain that persists, is most helpful when it is collaborative and multifactoral. Think of your therapist as a tool in your pain toolbox, and build a collection to suit your needs and … Read More

Pain Organizations
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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

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