pain_review_FotorThe Paincloud Research Review (PRR) is an independent monthly review of pain and rehabilitation research. As the co-editor of the review, and I will every month review 5 research papers in the field of rehabilitation, both new cutting edge research and classical paradigm shifting research papers, by clinical experts and rehabilitation researchers that should not be forgotten.

Additional to this, the review will feature (longer or shorter) articles with practical clinical pearls from a small carefully selected group of expert clinicians. The expert clinicians are all internationally acclaimed as highly skilled clinicians, and they continuously stay up-to-date with the scientific literature. The Pain Research Review will also feature a critical analysis of the governing theories, narratives, philosophies and world-view that there are in pain management. The review is written by Dr. Bronnie L. Thompson (PhD) and me, in cooperation with Paincloud.

The Paincloud Research Review’s goal is to be the prime source of science-based knowledge for modern clinicians. We want to help clinicians stay current with the research, and avoid making errors of the past. The field of pain management and rehabilitation is continually evolving. Staying up to date on the latest research is not just something the top clinical experts do – it’s an essential skill for all clinicians, just as being able to do a thorough assessment of the musculoskeletal system.

The Pain Research Review is the only research review made specifically for health professionals that work in rehabilitation and pain management. The Review will be written especially to health professionals, like Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists, Naprapaths, Osteopaths, MDs, Nurses, and Occupational Therapists. It will attempt to unite the collective knowledge base of all professions working in rehabilitation and pain management.

Get monthly critical summaries of the latest research, focused on the practical applications of science-based interventions.

Read more about the review here.