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Cognitive penetration: nowhere or everywhere? Either way you should probably wear protection. http://www.bodyinmind.org/cognitive-penetration/
Perceptual Inference in Chronic Pain: An Investigation into the Economy of Action hypothesis
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Trustworthiness is one of those instant judgements we automatically make about other people, affecting our behaviour towards them [1]. We wanted to know whether clinicians’ judgements of patients’ trustworthiness affected their estimation of patients’…
Amanda C de C Williams asks whether clinicians’ judgements of patients’ trustworthiness affects their estimation of patients’ pain.
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Michael Meier on neural underpinnings of fear of movement in chronic low back pain – what do we know now? http://www.bodyinmind.org/fear-movement-back-pain/
What do we know about the neural underpinnings of fear of movement in chronic low back pain? Michael Meier discusses the research.
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A lot of very good ideas have had a positive influence on clinical practice. Simple concepts such as washing one’s hands, restricting unnecessary care from those who don’t need it, and crowdsourcing in research have helped revolutionize clinical care and…
Enthusiasm for prescriptive clinical prediction rules (eg, back pain and more): a quick word of caution.
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Tennis elbow (known in medical terms as lateral epicondylalgia) is a common condition that presents with pain on the outer aspect of the elbow. Despite its name, the condition is not restricted to tennis players and can affect anyone performing repetitive…
Tennis elbow (known in medical terms as lateral epicondylalgia) is a common condition that presents with pain on the outer aspect of the elbow. Despite its name, the condition is not restricted to tennis players and can affect anyone performing repetitive movements of the forearm (manual labourers, typists etc). In fact, tennis elbow affects up …
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If we posit that pain is an output of the brain that is based on the perception of threat, it would follow that decreasing threat, whatever it may be, would positively influence a person’s pain experience. This has led to some exciting therapeutic…
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Expressing pain: which patients do we trust? http://www.bodyinmind.org/gender-trustworthiness-pain/ Amanda C de C Williams asks whether clinicians’ judgements of patients’ trustworthiness affects their estimation of patients’ pain.
Amanda C de C Williams asks whether clinicians’ judgements of patients’ trustworthiness affects their estimation of patients’ pain.
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In our recent review in PAIN, the journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain, we presented a provocative perspective on introducing dose-extending placebos in therapeutic plans to boost patients’ outcomes while reducing use of…
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Manual therapists such as physical therapists or chiropractors observe that some patients with seemingly identical back pain problems recover within weeks while others develop chronic pain and disability. What does research tell us about this phenomenon?…
What do we know about the neural underpinnings of fear of movement in chronic low back pain? Michael Meier discusses the research.
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Long-term elbow pain: is the brain more at fault than the tendon? http://www.bodyinmind.org/elbow-pain-role-of-brain/ New post by Siobhan Schabrun
Tennis elbow (known in medical terms as lateral epicondylalgia) is a common condition that presents with pain on the outer aspect of the elbow. Despite its name, the condition is not restricted to tennis players and can affect anyone performing repetitive movements of the forearm (manual labourers, typists etc). In fact, tennis elbow affects up …
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Louie Puentedura on Pain Management – it’s a sham! http://www.bodyinmind.org/pain-management/
Sham Surgery in Orthopedics: A Systematic Review of the Literature. This review focuses on sham vs real surgery and the effects on pain and disability.
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Tasha Stanton talking to Norman Swan ABC Health report. Listen or read the transcript on 'The brain's role in pain' http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/healthreport/the-brain's-role-in-pain/7735610
Dr Tasha Stanton wants to find a way to treat chronic pain without the use of drugs.
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Research into the brain and mind in pain disorders
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Lorimer Moseley and collaborators explore how the body, brain and mind interact in complex pain disorders 

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