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Research into the role of the brain and mind in chronic pain
  • Body in Mind Integrating best evidence on pain management within the entry-level training of healthcare professionals is arguably one of the most comprehensive and effective ways of closing the knowledge-to-practice gap within our field. This, however, is no simple feat. One important challenge is that there are a multitude of factors and invested stakeholders that influence what goes […] The post A national initiative to advance pain education across Canadian physiotherapy programs appeared first on Body in Mind.

  • Body in Mind A diagnosis of chronic pain is not a milestone that parents and young people plan for. Similarly, knowing how to effectively respond to and care for a child who is experiencing pain that sticks around for longer than anticipated is not part of most parents’ parenting toolkit. Thus, parenting a child with chronic is pain […] The post Balancing confidence and compassion when responding to children’s chronic pain appeared first on Body in Mind.

  • Body in Mind About thirty years ago, de Roos et al. [1] found some signal changes in the endplates of the lumbar vertebra on MRI that had not been described in the literature before. Dr. Modic and his group picked up on the findings and described them further, classifying them into three distinct types, Type 1, Type 2 […] The post Are Modic changes associated with low back pain? appeared first on Body in Mind.

  • Body in Mind “Physicians and patients usually harbor a concept of pain that involves a linkage between body damage and the pain reported by the patient. This is an inadequate concept that leads both physicians and their patients into unnecessary difficulties in the management of chronic pain.” Loeser, 1982 [1] We recently read the classic article by Loeser […] The post A mechanistic approach to pain management: Applying the biopsychosocial model to physical therapy appeared first on Body in Mind.

  • Body in Mind Associative learning is the process by which people and animals learn that two events or stimuli occur together. One of the evolutionary advantages of associative learning is to identify predictors of adverse situations or consequences (i.e., those that produce harm), so that we can anticipate and avoid them. For example, a person suffering from back […] The post Biased towards pain: the role of expectancy in impaired selective learning in fibromyalgia patients appeared first on Body in Mind.

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