Some Useful Resources and Links:
Pain Revolution Pain Revolution is an initiative by the University of South Australia. This website includes some of the latest and best articles, information and videos for people in pain.
Tame the Beast A short animation, narrated by Professor Lorimer Moseley, that talks to you about pain, and how we can tame that beast. There is also additional information within a ‘Tame the Beast’ website with a range of information to help you understand and manage your pain.
Permission To Move | Three Easy Steps to Recover from Chronic Pain A short mixed media film made in collaboration between Australian Physiotherapist and author Dave Moen and Niceshit Studio.
Understanding Pain in less than 5 minutes, and what to do about it! A simple and easy to understand video explaining pain in a series of animated drawings.
Explaining Brain Smudging A short video by Dr. David Butler explaining neuroplasticity.
Neuroscience nugget #45: Let the light in A short video by Dr. David Butler encouraging us all to increase our movement and “let the light in!”
Pain Scientists Answer Common Questions About Pain Made in the style of Wired’s “Tech Support” series, three top pain scientists – Prof Lorimer Moseley, Dr. Tasha Stanton, and Dr. David Butler answer your burning questions about pain.
Neuroscience nugget #30 – Sensitive Sensor Lights A short video using the example of an oversensitive sensor light to explain an oversensitive pain system.
TEDxAdelaide – Lorimer Moseley – Why Things Hurt A 15 minute video by Professor Lorimer Moseley exploring the question of why things hurt, and explaining pain as our bodies’ way of protecting us from damaging tissues further. He also looks at what this might mean for those who suffer from chronic pain.
The Drug Cabinet in the Brain Dr David Butler makes comparisons between your brain’s natural chemical production and their pharmaceutical counterparts.