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Old 11-10-2007, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default Movement and Pain/Pain and Movement

There seems to be renewed interest in the relationship between movement and pain, and a slight waxing of awareness of the role PT plays in helping societies' members cope. I've posted a few articles here.

I'll be back to highlight bits from them. But in the meantime, if you read them and see bits you would like to highlight, feel free.

Remember this conference next summer? I'm thinking of going to Ireland for the satellite conference. Especially after reading Textbook of Pain's Chapter 58 on the overlap between neuropathic and neurogenic pain, and sensitized mechanoreceptors.
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