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Posts Tagged Pain Science

The Truth About Ankylosing Spondylitis That Massage Therapists Shouldn’t Ignore

The Truth About Ankylosing Spondylitis That Massage Therapists Shouldn’t Ignore

We’ve been talking lots about low back pain lately, however, most of the time when we see low back pain in a clinical setting it is referred to as “non-specific” low back pain. This basically means there is no underlying […]

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Degenerative Disc Disease Correlation To Pain Doesn’t Matter As Much As You Think

Degenerative Disc Disease Correlation To Pain Doesn’t Matter As Much As You Think

He came in with a look that resembled someone in grief. I asked if he was okay and his response was a bit surprising. “I was just told I have a disease which is causing my back pain, as a […]

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How Recognition And Communication Can Help Cauda Equina Syndrome

How Recognition And Communication Can Help Cauda Equina Syndrome

Sometimes a patient walks into your clinic and it’s hard to decipher what’s going on with them. It may be something we’ve never seen before, their signs and symptoms don’t add up, or their pain doesn’t seem to correlate to […]

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Models Of Pain And Movement

Models Of Pain And Movement

  There are various models used to understand pain: the neuromatrix model, the biopsychosocial model; Louis Gifford’s Mature Organism Model; the Onion skin model, the biomedical model. And for motor learning and physical training, there is the constraints based model, […]

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Self-Efficacy A Well Used Term But Well Understood?

Self-Efficacy A Well Used Term But Well Understood?

Self-efficacy is a term banded around in therapy quite regularly at the moment especially as more active approaches to rehabilitation are being embraced. So we have to ask exactly what does it mean, why does it matter and how do […]

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