Links & Resources

There are many resources available, some are listed here to help you make a start exploring.

General

csp.org.uk

hcpc-uk.co.uk

 

Blogs – General

http://physioyoga.ca/blog

 


 

Neurology

acpin.net

headway.org.uk

fightingstrokes.org

meassociation.org.uk

musculardystrophyuk.org

mssociety.org.uk

neural.org.uk

parkinsons.org.uk

stroke.org.uk


Pain

Blogs 

http://healthskills.wordpress.com/if-you-have-chronic-pain

http://livingwellpain.net

https://www.mycuppajo.com

https://www.painoutloud.com/blog

https://thenakedphysio.com/category/patient-blog/

 

Booklets & Guides

https://cor-kinetic.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/living-well-with-pain-digital-compressed.pdf

http://www.greglehman.ca/pain-science-workbooks

https://medium.com/@thomas_jesson/exercising-when-it-hurts-a8b70f7b1ebf?_referrer=twitter&fbclid=IwAR3ohbyxL7QSRzfkg1jmtHNRnxJW_ouHYD8Tm_Ql_8_88EtLBNGlPiS2pcQ

http://knowpain.co.uk/resources-2/persistent-pain-education-booklet

 

Websites

lifeisnow.ca

https://painchats.com/advice/

paintoolkit.org

 

Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oji2mfcjisk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCF1_Fs00nM

https://www.tamethebeast.org

http://youtube.com/user/HunterBrainman

youtube.com/watch?v=jIwn9rC3rOI

youtube.com/watch?v=MI1myFQPdCE

 

Books

Biro, D (2010) The Language of Pain.   New York. W.W Norton & Company

Butler D, S. Moseley L. (2003). Explain Pain.  Adelaide. NOI Group Publications.

Farinella, M. Ros, H. (2013).  Neurocomic.  London.  Nobrow Limited

Louw, A. Puentedura, E. (2013).  Therapeutic Neuroscience Education, Teaching Patients About Pain.  New York.  OPTP Publishing.

Moseley, L. (2007).  Painful Yarns: Metaphors and Stories to help understand the Biology of Pain.  Dancing Giraffe Press.  Canberra, Australia.

 

Courses

We offer persistent pain workshops

Free 8 week mindfulness course here https://palousemindfulness.com

 

Case Studies

The Potential Benefits of Integrating Neuro Linguistic Programming with Physiotherapy for Patient Confidence and Functional Outcomes: a case study