Pain treatments and a single cause of pain

When patients want to know the reason and why they have pain, they are often told simple biomechanical and/or structural causes (Darlow et al. 2013, Setchell et al. 2017), such as lumbar lordosis, pelvic tilt, foot arch, leg length difference and so-called degenerative changes, just to name a few. As the reason why they have pain. This […]

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A science-based pain definition

This is an attempt to write a more complete pain definition, that acknowledges the multifactorial nature and complexity of the pain experience, and acknowledging the lessons learned and the knowledge we have gained from modern pain research and science. A science-based pain definition. The pain definition: Pain is part of a complex and dynamic process, multiple factors are involved […]

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20 Amazing tweets from Paincloud

Photo: Carolyn Silvernail I am very proud and honored to have been allowed to represent Denmark at Paincloud Convention in Oslo. There were over 100 health professionals who participated, from more than 12 different countries and from 4 different continents. These health professionals were extremely fortunate to see a number of excellent presentations with international pain researchers and expert clinicians as Dr. Jason […]

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The Elements of Pain Science (and metacognition) with Dr. Jonathan Fass, DPT

I have for several years now, been reading articles and social media posts by Doctor of Physiotherapy Dr. Jonathan Fass. Some of these quotes are from articles and some are from online social media debates. Dr. Jonathan Fass, DPT is one of the lesser known pain experts, but in my opinion he deserves a lot more attention, […]

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Pain Management: Roadmap to Revolution

This amazing and excellent lecture from American Physical Therapy Associations 21st John H.P. Maley Lecture is a must view, for health professionals who work with people in pain. The lecture is with Dr. Steven Z. George, PT, PhD, and the title of the lecture is “Pain Management: Roadmap to Revolution”. This lecture clearly explains the great paradigm shift that there is needed in […]

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10 Essential scientific research papers in pain management

I asked on social media for what my colleagues and peers (some of them researchers), deemed to be essential scientific research papers in pain management (for health professionals). A good suggestions was to read a book on the topic of pain first, more specifically to read “Aches and Pains” by Gifford. I would add to […]

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Pain lectures with Pain Experts like Moseley, Stanton, Butler, O’Sullivan, Nijs, O´Connell, Zusman, Lehman, Reme, Thacker, Louw, Pearson and Dr. Kieran O’Sullivan

Below you can find great videos which all contain the latest knowledge about pain from experts in modern pain science.  We’ve even selected the best videos – So you don’t need the hassle yourself to find them. Here are totally over 17,5 hours of lectures. The videos will open in a new window. Professor Peter O’Sullivan: Core […]

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13 more pain quotes from Dr. Lorimer Moseley, PhD

Since my first entry in the “The Pain Expert series” these short article have collectively been shared well over 180 times on social media, by leading experts in this field, like: Dr. Jonathan Fass, Dr. Silvernail, Dr. Craig Liebenson, New Zealand Pain Society, WCPT PTPN, Adam Meakins (The Sports Physio), Diane Jacobs, Dr. Bronnie Lennox […]

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