Who wants to talk about sex?
Su Yin Yap says every healthcare professional should be ready to discuss sexual health issues.
Symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy are not determined by activity pacing when measured by the chronic pain coping inventory
3 minutes: Mohammed Shoiab and a path to understanding
Physiotherapist Mohammed Shoiab is spreading the word about adapted pain self-management among people of various cultures and faiths.
3 minutes with Gerard Greene
Gerard Greene is convinced that men’s pelvic health issues, which can cause great pain, are finally coming to the fore.
Physio findings: Satisfied users point way to successful research
Janet Wright on the latest physio research.
Scotland’s pain management physios create link with OTs
An event on 8 June was an ideal opportunity for physios and occupational therapists in Scottish pain management programmes to develop a network.
Physio improves patients’ wellbeing with evidence-based makeover
A physiotherapist in Dorset has used a refurbishment project to improve the health and wellbeing of patients attending an outpatients department.
Bradford physio delivers pain programme in Urdu
A physiotherapist in Bradford, which has one of the UK’s most ethnically diverse populations, has helped to set up a pain management programme for people who speak Urdu.
Chronic Pain – Marie’s story
At the height of her pain in 2010, Marie Lovell says she had reached a point where she thought life was not worth living.
In Review: books and apps
Myofascial Release, Dementia: the One-stop Guide, The Mystery of Pain, TrackActive and The Vital Glutes