Pain Science Essential Reading List

Thank you to Lars Avemarie for putting together and sharing this wonderful reading list!

Pain Science Essential Reading List

with Anoop Balachandran, Paul Ingraham, Ben Cormack, Prof. Lorimer Moseley, Dr. Jonathan Fass, Diane Jacobs, Dr. Bronnie Lennox Thompson, Dr. Jo Nijs, Dr. Mick Thacke, Max Zusman, Louis Gifford, Todd Hargrove, Dr. Serge Marchand, Dr. Gregory, Matthew Danziger, Tony Ingram and Dr. Jason Silvernail

The Ultimate Guide to Pain
http://www.theptdc.com/2014/01/guide-to-pain-2/

Pain really is in the mind, but not in the way you think
http://theconversation.com/pain-really-is-in-the-mind-but-n…

Why Most People Are Wrong About Injuries and Pain
https://simplifaster.com/…/why-most-people-are-wrong-about…/

50 Shades of Pain with Dr. Lorimer Moseley
http://www.smertespecialisterne.dk/?p=108

Louis Gifford and his legacy
http://www.smertespecialisterne.dk/?p=1040

The Ultimate Guide to Pain
http://www.theptdc.com/2014/01/guide-to-pain-2/

Pain is weird
https://www.painscience.com/articles/pain-is-weird.php

Does Massage Therapy Work? (or manual therapy)
https://www.painscience.com/articles/does-massage-work.php

The Pain Expert series
http://www.smertespecialisterne.dk/?p=813

The myth of structuralism
https://www.painscience.com/articles/structuralism.php

Are we guilty of single factor thinking
http://www.cor-kinetic.com/are-we-guilty-of-single-factor-…/

20 unpopular opinions in pain management and physiotherapy
https://thesports.physio/…/20-unpopular-opinions-a-guest-b…/

Central Sensitization in Chronic Pain
https://www.painscience.com/artic…/central-sensitization.php

Does Fascia Matter?
https://www.painscience.com/articles/does-fascia-matter.php

The 5Rs of pain rehab
http://www.cor-kinetic.com/the-5-rs-of-rehab/

Quite a Stretch
https://www.painscience.com/articles/stretching.php

Trigger Point Doubts
https://www.painscience.com/articl…/trigger-point-doubts.php

Meaningful movement, pain-memories and recalibration
http://www.cor-kinetic.com/meaningful-movement-pain-memori…/

Graded Exposure and pain
http://www.bettermovement.org/2014/graded-exposure/

A Primer on Pain
http://www.truemovement.net/a-primer-on-pain/

Outdated Pain Theories, Part I – Damage and Degeneration
http://www.bboyscience.com/outdated-pain-theories-part-1/

Outdated Pain Theories, Part II – Posture and Body Structure
http://www.bboyscience.com/outdated-pain-theories-part-2/

Outdated Pain Theories, Part III – Muscle Imbalances & the “Core”
http://www.bboyscience.com/outdated-pain-theories-part-3/

Perpetuating the Idea that Poor Posture Causes Pain
http://forwardthinkingpt.com/…/perpetuating-the-idea-that-…/

How Pain Cognitions Can Influence the Pain Experience
http://www.truemovement.net/how-pain-cognitions-can-influe…/

Why Your Body is Not Like a Car
http://www.truemovement.net/alignment/

The importance of language
http://mattlowpt.wordpress.com/…/the-importance-of-language/

Adriaan Louw on Therapeutic Neuroscience Education
http://www.optp.com/adriaan-louw-on-therapeutic-neuroscienc…

Pain Science: An Interview With Pain Expert Jason Silvernail
https://bretcontreras.com/pain-science-an-interview-with-p…/

Moving Beyond the Exercise: Exercise Prescription and Clinical Reasoning http://www.medbridgeeducation.com/h/blog-scot-morrison-exer…

Online Video Lectures (17,5 hours of lectures)

Pain science lectures with Pain Experts like Moseley, Stanton, Butler, O’Sullivan, Nijs, O´Connell, Zusman, Lehman, Reme, Thacker, Louw, Pearson and Dr. Kieran O’Sullivan….
http://www.smertespecialisterne.dk/?p=1203

And then read these reviews:

Moseley, G. Lorimer. Reconceptualising pain according to modern pain science Physical Therapy Reviews 2007; 12:
http://www.specialistpainphysio.com/…/Reconceptualising-Pai…

G Lorimer Moseley. Teaching people about pain: why do we keep beating around the bush? Pain Manage. (2012) 2(1), 1–3.
http://www.futuremedicine.com/doi/pdf/10.2217/pmt.11.73

Melzack R., Katz J. (2013), Pain. WIREs Cogn Sci, 4: 1–15.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/…/wcs.12…/asset/1201_ftp.pdf…

And then buy these books, one at a time 😉

Books on Pain and Pain Science

1. Therapeutic Neuroscience Education by Adriaan Louw
2. Explain Pain Supercharged by Butler/Moseley
3. Louis Gifford’s Aches and Pains
4. Painful Yarns by Moseley (pain stories)
5. The Challenge of Pain by Melzack/Wall
6. Gordon Waddell’s The Back Pain Revolution
7. Pain a textbook for health professionals by Griensven/Strong (2th ed).
8. Fordyce’s Behavioral Methods for Chronic Pain
9. Textbook of Pain 6 Ed by Wall/Melzack

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