I know the science is tricky to understand but please listen to this interview. Not only is it important for your brain and as a patient/consumer, but there is a critical suggestion in this podcast for you and what you [...]
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Getting a grip on pain and the brain – Professor Lorimer Moseley – Successful Ageing Seminar 2013 Always great to hear the latest definitions and discoveries regarding pain from THE pain Professor, Lorimer Moseley. It still stumps me however, to [...]
Explain Pain has been a huge stepping stone for patients and clinicians - not only in understanding pain but being able to communicate the concepts to others. Over 5 years on, and the book is still unprecedented in its layout, descriptive illustrations and incredible bank of information. Backed entirely by scientific evidence, Explain Pain is a recommended text at many universities but also read and enjoyed by everyday people in pain.
The lead scientist, Dr Lorimer Moseley, is particularly interested in the role of the brain and mind in chronic and complex pain disorders. Through collaborations with clinicians, scientists, patients and thoughtful friends, the team is exploring how the brain and its representation of the body change when pain persists, how the mind influences physiological regulation of the body, how the changes in the brain and mind can be normalised via treatment, and how we can teach people about it all in a way that is both interesting and accurate.
(Cut to the chase, I want to support the Pain Revolution 2018. Image: Lorimer and Soula at the Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia Melbourne launch) I’ve got a soft spot for Professor Lorimer Moseley. In Feb 2011 I had just [...]
Please, participate in this survey. Your personal experience makes a huge difference to research. This study is being conducted by Dr Vince Polito at Macquarie University and Professor Lorimer Moseley at the University of South Australia. If you have any [...]
You’ve all heard the impact Prof Lorimer Moseley made on my pain journey – well my diagnosis actually. If it weren’t for him I wonder how much longer I would have been left searching for the reason behind (pardon the [...]