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WCPT Post-congress course: Osteoarthritis: Balancing Biomechanics with Pain Neuroscience

On the 5th of July, Dr Isabel Baert, Dr Enrique Lluch en Dr Mira Meeus, all Pain in Motion members, will give a post-congress course at the World Cong...

The greatest common divisor of post-cancer, pediatric and sport-related pain: modern pain neuroscience

Pain has always been a matter of interest to those involved in rehabilitation and medicine. Decades of research has led to the understanding that pain...

May 2nd, 2017

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A daily dose of pain? A physical therapist deals with it…

Working in a rehabilitation centre means that you have to deal with pain every day. Actually, it is quite frank to notice that someone’s pain is an ev...

May 1st, 2017
What you see, is what you get … but you ain’t seen nothing yet!

Within the biomedical model, pain is considered a consequence of tissue damage. However, we all know now that a precise biomedical diagnosis cannot be...

March 27th, 2017

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