Latest Pain Research, Websites, Books & Videos
I am pleased to share some of the leading research and education on pain. If you have chronic or persistent pain then it is prudent that you educate yourself. Research shows that those that get education to understand the nervous system and how it relates to pain get better, faster.
Getting out of pain requires a multi-faceted approach involving your mind, body and spirit.
lifeisnow.ca – Nell Pearson is Canada’s foremost educator on pain and has a wonderful website with both free and paid resources for self-care. I recommend everyone review and practice the first five FREE steps to pain care.
noigroup.com – NOI is based out of Australia and are the world leader in pain research and provision of evidence-based multimedia resources and courses for the treatment of pain. NOI reinvests directly into ongoing research in pain literacy education, graded motor imagery and neurodynamics. I recommend you follow them on facebook and twitter, their videos and posts are exceptional.
Cognitive Funtional Therapy - Professor Peter O'Sullivan talks about the latest research related to functional movement and back pain, debunking the old term "core stability".
Why Things Hurt - Lorimer Moseley, world renowned researcher speaks about how the brain processes pain.
Back Pain, Separating Fact from Fiction - Professor Peter O’Sullivan discusses some of the widely held myths about back pain.