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Chronic pain

The association between displacement of sedentary time and chronic musculoskeletal pain: an isotemporal substitution analysis

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 28/11/2017

Objectives Physical activity is an effective intervention for the prevention and management of chronic musculoskeletal pain (CMP). However, there is a lack of research to inform the intensity of ...

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Frontline article - Posted on 17/07/2017

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3 Minutes with Georgie Oldfield: Practising what I preach

Frontline article - Posted on 03/07/2017

A bout of ill-health 10 years ago made physiotherapy pain specialist Georgie Oldfield realise she had to fundamentally change her approach to life. ...

Development and content of the biopsychosocial primary care intervention ‘Back on Track’ for a subgroup of people with chronic low back pain

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/05/2017

Biopsychosocial interventions provided in multidisciplinary settings are promising for improving functional disability levels in patients with chronic low back pain (CLBP). These multidisciplinary ...

Physio findings: exercise may lessen severity of chronic pain

Frontline article - Posted on 28/04/2017

In our latest round-up of research-based articles, Caroline White looks at how physical activity may reduce the severity of long-term pain, while Katherine Jones examines the implications for research and ...

Psychologically informed physiotherapy for chronic pain: patient experiences of treatment and therapeutic process

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 24/02/2017

Objectives Psychologically informed physiotherapy is used widely with patients with chronic pain. This study aimed to investigate patients’ beliefs about, and experiences of, this type of treatment, and ...

Physiotherapy Pain Association study day: Be kind, but objective when finding a way through the research maze, physios told

News item - Posted on 24/01/2017

24 January 2017 An expert in evidence-based practice has warned physiotherapists to be aware of bias, including their own, when ...

Exploring patients’ opinions of activity pacing and a new activity pacing questionnaire for chronic pain and/or fatigue: a qualitative study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 30/08/2016

Objective Despite the frequent recommendation of activity pacing as a coping strategy for patients with chronic pain and/or fatigue, pacing is interpreted in different ways and there is an absence of a ...

Slow but sure: tackling chronic pain

Frontline article - Posted on 29/06/2015

Some patients with chronic pain need long-term support. Ian A McMillan meets two physios who don't look for a 'quick fix' ...

Chronic Pain – Marie’s story

Page - Posted on 02/06/2015

2 June 2015 2 June 2015 At the height of her pain in 2010, ...

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