Explain Pain Supercharged

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Explain Pain Supercharged
Author : G. Lorimer Moseley
File Size : 41,7 Mb
Publisher : Unknown
Language : English
Release Date : 02 October 2022
ISBN : 0648022706
Pages : 234 pages
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Explain Pain Supercharged by G. Lorimer Moseley Book PDF Summary

Butler and Moseley launched a revolution back in 2003 with Explain Pain, now the best selling pain text of all time. Explaining Pain has since become a global tour de force. Research studies show impressive results that can no longer be ignored. After countless conversations about Explain Pain with clinicians, patients, health departments, sports people, politicians and artists, Lorimer and David have written this text in response to the most often asked questions: - Where can I learn more? - How can I incorporate all the tough new scientific literature into my everyday practice to Explain Pain to my patients/family/friends/health professionals? - How do I identify what patients need to know and how do I best pass it on to others, and where can I learn the best skills for delivery? Explain Pain Supercharged is for all health professionals treating pain and indeed anyone teaching people about pain. In this brand new book, with entirely original content, Moseley and Butler apply their unique style to take the neuroimmune science of pain further and deeper, enriching your core knowledge while providing immediately applicable education strategies, conceptual change science, curriculum development and hundreds of ready to use clinical metaphors and therapeutic narratives. [Noigroup]

Explain Pain Supercharged

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