Resources for learning about pain

Pain Resources

Tame the beast – Its’ time to rethink persistent pain – Prof Lorimer Moseley

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Great 5 min animation on pain from a leading pain scientist

Back pain – separating fact from fiction – Prof Peter O’Sullivan

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Your back is strong is the powerful message to emerge from the latest science.

The Mystery of Chronic Pain – Dr Elliot Krane

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Wonderful 8 min talk on how pain can amplify and become a disease