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Pain can be caused by tissue trauma such as a sprained ankle or a pulled muscle, but we now also know that adaptive changes in the central nervous system have a significant role to play in acute and long-term pain. These adaptive changes can be influenced by a whole host of factors including the level of stress we are under, how much sleep we are getting, how much exercise we are getting and how we are thinking about the pain. Whether you have had your pain for 2 days or 10 years I feel it is important to take a holistic approach and take these things into account to understand how they can impact on pain. By doing this it means that you get optimal treatment and the best chance of recovery.
In this video Professor Lorimer Moseley gives a new perspective on long-term and persistent pain
In this video Georgie Oldfield founder of SIRPA UK talks about the link between our emotions and pain.
In this video Professor Peter O'Sullivan talks to Jack about his recovery from long term lower back pain. By explaining to Jack how he was overprotecting his back and by reassuring him about movement, Jack's pain improved and he moved more freely.