Professor Moseley is a Clinical Scientist investigating pain in humans. He has published over articles and five books. He has given over keynote or invited presentations at interdisciplinary meetings in 30 countries and has provided professional education in pain sciences to over 15, health professionals as well as lectures to the public. He consults to both government and industry bodies. We took a mini tour of psychologically performed physical therapy practice and how a practitioner can develop psychoeducational programs for their patients and contrasted some of the key differences between Explain Pain ; CBT, which is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and ACT, which is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
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Explain Pain looks similar to the first edition but includes many new references, language changes and a font change. Overall, the second edition of Explain Pain can be delivered with much more authority than the first.
Explain Pain is a proven stayer among health texts. With great clarity and quirky images, it answers common questions asked by pain sufferers, such as "why am I in pain? Explain Pain works! Written by Dr. David Butler and Dr. Lorimer Moseley. Spiral-bound softcover, pages. Explain Pain describes the complexities of the central nervous system for chronic pain patients in everyday language. Studies now show that understanding more about why things hurt can help patients go about their daily lives.
This book aims to empower clinicians and pain sufferers to challenge pain, revise their view of pain and follow a scientific road to recovery. Recent scientific advances now offer a foundation to examine pain. Explain Pain covers how pain is a response produced by the brain, how responses from the autonomic motor and immune systems can contribute to pain, and why pain can remain long after tissues have healed.
These and topics like inflammation, central sensitization, motor control and gene expression are simply presented and complemented by witty illustrations. Second edition features new references, language changes and a font change. It is packed with the right messages for patients and healthcare providers and presented in a visually pleasing format.
Loeser is professor of neurological surgery and anesthesiology at the University of Washington in Seattle.
The Biopsychosocial Model Of Pain with Dr. Lorimer Moseley
Explain Pain Second Edition