160 Lorimer Moseley: Explaining Pain - Kathryn Bruni-Young

Lorimer is Professor of Clinical Neurosciences and Foundation Chair in Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. He has over 25 years clinical experience working with people in persistent pain, has authored hundreds of articles, multiple books and chapters and continues to present keynote lectures globally. His community outreach and whole of community education initiatives are internationally renowned. His work is cited in clinical guidelines internationally. He is an honoured member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, an Honorary Fellow of the ANZCA Faculty of Pain Medicine and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.

 

 

In this interview Kathryn speaks to one of the worlds most recognized pain science researchers! They talk about the adaptability of the human body, and why pain is always changing. Lorimer gives his opinion on a question regarding outdated ways of thinking, and whether or not out outdated systems need to be updated to match current research. They also talk about what most people don’t know about pain, and why understanding pain is essential.

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To learn about Tame The Beast click here

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To purchase Kathryn’s recent pain education webinar for $5 CAD click here. This webinar presentation covers the basics of pain, and how movement teachers can bring more pain science into their classes. This webinar is accessible, and will teach you how to become more discerning about your own pain so you can move from a place of confidence rather than fear.