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Posts Tagged Pain Science

4 Instant Ways To Help Increase Shoulder Movement

4 Instant Ways To Help Increase Shoulder Movement

It’s the most mobile, yes least stable joint in the body. This makes for a joint that can sometimes be a bit confusing to treat, especially with the various diagnosis names and syndromes that are thrown around. With names like […]

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Resilience – What It Is And Why Is It A Big Deal For Recovery?

Resilience – What It Is And Why Is It A Big Deal For Recovery?

  Resilience is a term used more and more by therapists, some might suggest it is a buzz word, so I wanted to put down my thoughts about this complex subject. I have wanted to write this blog for a while […]

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Neuroscience And Skilled Patient-Communication Are Essential When Dealing With Patients Suffering From Complex Pain Conditions

Neuroscience And Skilled Patient-Communication Are Essential When Dealing With Patients Suffering From Complex Pain Conditions

  Patients with complex pain conditions, such as fibromyalgia, are now recognized as living with a chronic disease, according to the WHO (Nicholas M, 2019). While this is a huge step in terms of social recognition of the existence of […]

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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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