#108 Explain Pain with Prof Lorimer Mossley
#62 Functional movement training for back pain with Dr David Johnson, neurosurgeon
#27 Opioid use disorder & medication assisted treatment with Dr Paul Grinzi, GP
#4 Opioid prescribing in chronic pain
#1 Low back pain – review of treatment guidelines, differentials and the role of imaging
My Pain Diary, from NPS MedicineWise: A written record of how pain affects your daily activities (pdf)
tamethebeast.org: It’s time to rethink chronic pain – understanding your pain is important because it changes the way that you respond to pain
Guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain, by the Centre for Disease Control
Guidelines: Opioid prescription in chronic pain conditions, by Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia (pdf)
Reconsidering opioid therapy in persistent non-cancer pain, by the Hunter (NSW, Aus) Integrated Pain Service (pdf)
Establishing “best practices” for opioid rotation: conclusions of an expert panel
Pain Revolution:a collection of useful information to help professionals work with people in pain.
Pain Revolution – resources for people in pain (patient): Videos, articles & information to help people understand pain.
What is chronic pain? (YouTube): A great video to show patients
BrainMan videos on understanding pain and stopping the use of opioids.
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Explain Pain, Lorimer Moseley & David Butler
All pain is real, and for many people it is a debilitating part of everyday life. However, it is now known that the more we understand pain, the less we will hurt. Modern neurophysiology, brain imaging, immunology, psychology, pain sciences and thousands of peoples’ pain stories now provide a revolutionary and new way to treat pain. The Explain Pain Second Edition, in easy to follow language, discusses how pain experiences are constructed in response to dangers and threats in our bodies and influenced by our thoughts, beliefs and context. This knowledge is the key to recovery.
Requires purchase. This course takes a multidisciplinary approach to pain management and is based on the effective Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) model. In this course you will learn CBT skills to help better manage your chronic pain and improve your quality of life.
NOI has been at the forefront delivering pain sciences and neurodynamics education to the world for almost 30 years. ‘Explain Pain’ and ‘Graded Motor Imagery’ of particular note.
Apps Recommended for Pain, by Pain Australia
A curated series of apps for patients experiencing chronic pain.
‘Track your chronic pain, symptoms, triggers and more to create detailed reports you doctor will love!’ Created by chronic pain patients to track, manage and report on pain and symptoms.