Tag Archives: persistent pain

Pain Around The World

Here’s an article about the prevalence of pain in New Zealand. New Zealand Article I posted it for 2 reasons. One is my friend Bronnie Thompson an OT from New Zealand is quoted. Two is it explains how big and … Continue reading

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Make a Wish

        I talk a lot about the other factors for pain and health besides the obvious physical things that we normally associate with pain and health. One model of health is the biopsychosocial model. This model basically … Continue reading

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Concepts of Pain 4

I have been posting about some concepts of pain, that are widely understood, or at least not talked about when you have pain.  Today’s concept is #3 in this graphic. “Pain is influenced by multiple factors such as thoughts, activity, … Continue reading

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Healthy Habits

  Found this graphic thanks to Ben Cormack today.  Most healthy habits are behaviors are not one magic bullet, but persistent, sustainable changes. Taking small steps consistently in the right direction is what makes us healthier. Unfortunately, the things that … Continue reading

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Concepts of Pain

Last time I talked a bit about “pain science” Here is a graphic that talks about some of the core concepts of pain. Some of these concepts are becoming more well known in the medical world and to the average … Continue reading

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