Moving in on Pain

Author
By Michael Shacklock, MappSc(Phty), DipPhysio
ISBN
9780750689267
Publication Date
27-12-1995
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The social, economic and personal cost of pain, and the failure of much traditional pain management to adequately address this problem, has created the need for a reassessment of the nature, evaluation and treatment of pain. Drawing together current research by physiotherapists, physicians and psychologists, Moving in on Pain is a collection of papers presented at the landmark `Moving in on Pain' conference held in Adelaide in April 1995.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ISBN 9780750689267
Author Information By Michael Shacklock, MappSc(Phty), DipPhysio, Director, City Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, Adelaide, Australia; Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists
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'Overall the book is excellent value and the most up to date source in our
quest for knowledge of pain sciences and its applications to clinical
practice. This is an essential addition to any physiotherapy department.'
Susan Godfrey
Table of Content

Images of pain
'Images of pain' exhibition

Discussion papers
Moving in on pain
Overview of pain and it mechanisms
Neuropathic pain
The clinical challenge of secondary hyperalgesia
The clinical variable of primary significance
Fluid movement may partially account for the behaviour of symptoms associated with nociception in disc injury and disease
Voluntary movement and pain: focussing on action rather than perception
The continuum of headache: a review of the literature
Treatment of pain

Psychological aspects
Physchological and psychiatric aspects of pain
Anxiety, depression and the sense of helplessness: their relationship to pain from rheumatoid arthritis
Self-efficacy and the patient with chronic pain

Clinical aspects
Clinical reasoning and pain
Peripheral neuropathic disorders and neuromusculoskeletal pain
Clinical applications of neurodynamics
Thoracic outlet syndrome: a patient centred treatment approach
A role of physiotherapy in perianal and perineal pain
Moving out of pain: hands-on or hands-off
The placebo response

Effects of treatment and physical manoeuvres
Cervical mobilisation techniques, sympathetic nervous system effects and their relationship to analgesia

Publication Date 27-12-1995
Pages 224
Stock Status In Stock
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