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The 1minute Pain Toolkit Interview Challenge

Take part in a 1minute Interview, explaining why self-managing pain is important. This challenge is open to both people with persistent pain and healthcare professionals.

Posted by 'PeteMoore' Sat, January 19, 2019

The 1minute Pain Toolkit Interview Challenge.

Take part in a 1minute Interview, explaining why self-managing pain is important.

This challenge is open to both people with persistent pain and healthcare professionals.

Let's see who has taken up the challenge...

Physical Therapist Michelle Morrow from Michigan, US. In this video, Michelle explains the importance of pain self-management.

Person with persistent pain Marion Jones, a person with persistent pain. Marion talks about how she manages here persistent pelvic pain, things she still has problems with, like pacing.

MSK therapist Ben Cormack Once again, excellent messages from Ben, reiterating, that helping and supporting the person to returning to their chosen activities is important.

Physical Therapist James Stark, James talks about how he is training up other healthcare professionals, to promote the pain self-management message to their patients. He also gave important messages to patients about choosing the right healthcare professional. Also check out James Facebook page called Aphora - Pain Education

Mandy Wilson Pain Nurse Another excellent interview with Mandy, where she provides excellent and easy to understand pain self-management information for patients and also healthcare professionals.

In this interview, Lissanthea Taylor talks about the work she is involved in, supporting the Pain Revolution and the new website, PainChats 

Physiotherapist Matt Jenkinson is certainly on the ball, when it comes to pain self-management. Well worth a listen.

Movement Coach Joanne Groves really understands the pain pain self-management concept and how she promotes it, to her clients.

Tony Sachse Physical Therapist from Wisconson, USA, is really switched on with the pain self-management messages for his patients and colleagues

Interviewees coming soon are:

  • Amy Busch Eicher from the UK
  • Sophie Gwinnett from the UK
  • Andy from @ActivePlusNZ

Pain Toolkit online and interactive workshop on Saturday 16th March. For more information and to book your place, please click here 

Pain Toolkit Workshops, run by Pete Moore

Run by Pete Moore. The Pain Toolkit workshops are for healthcare professionals and people who live with persistent pain. The full and half day workshops are delivered in a relaxed and friendly environment and incorporating time for questions and discussion.

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