Useful Links

Persistent / Chronic Pain Links

Pain. Is it all just in your mind? Professor Lorimer Moseley – University of South Australia
3 Pain Scientists, Lorimer Moseley, David Butler & Tasha Stanton – answer common questions about pain – 2018. Body in Mind University of South Australia
Video – from Hunter Integrated Pain Service and GP Access an animation that explains chronic pain There are several animations from Hunter Integrated Pain Service – look them up on youtube.
Insight Program on Chronic Pain. SBS television February 2015
TEDx Adelaide. Why things hurt? Professor Lorimer Moseley
NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) Pain Management Network
The movie The Connection An Australian documentary that covers the latest science in mind body medicine with interviews of influential researchers around the world
The Conversation. A series of articles on pain.
CIRPD The Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability http://www.cir Full of useful resources.
Institute for Molecular Bioscience seminar on Pain 11.07.16 Speakers includedLorimer Moseley, Dr Coralie Wales, president Chronic Pain Australia and Dr Jennifer Deuis, pharmacist.
 Great books/manuals on the Neurophysiology of Chronic Pain. These explain what is happening in the body/brain with persistent pain: Book – “Explain Pain” by David Butler and Lorimer Moseley:  obtainable from the Neuro Orthopedic Institute Australia
Workbook – “Neuroplastic Transformation-Your brain on Pain” Dr Michael Moscowitz & Marla Golden in
 Consumer Support Organisations re Chronic/persistent Pain:Chronic Pain Australia – A health promotion charity dedicated to reducing the social and other barriers to living with chronic pain.
Painaustralia – Painaustralia is a national not-for-profit body established to improve the treatment and management of pain in Australia.
The Australian Pain Management Association Inc. (APMA) – A health promotion charity providing advocacy, information and practical support for people living with chronic (persistent)pain and their families.