With new and exciting advances in technology, we can accurately measure spinal posture, movements and muscle activity to allow us to design a personal rehabilitation program for your chronic low back pain
Chronic pain and Parkinson's disease are both conditions that affect the central nervous system and can alter movement and thinking patterns. Chronic pain affects 20% of all Australians but is even more common in people with Parkinson’s disease affecting up to 80% of people. Fortunately there is effective pain treatment available
Chronic pain is a complex condition that can be difficult to understand but improving knowledge about pain can help start the process of rehabilitation and recovery. Chronic pain is real but it can be hard for people with pain to communicate how their pain feels and how it affects them. These videos are designed to help in this process.
Chronic or persistent pain is described as a daily pain that has lasted for longer than 3 months. People with chronic pain need to be treated individually due to the differences in the person, the site of pain and how the pain interferes with function, mood and participation in life’s activities. Some people are able to live life to the fullest despite their pain whilst others can be
Not everyone with pain will have poor health literacy but providing education about pain neurophysiology can lead to reduced pain, improved activity and improved mood. At the Rehabilitation Medicine Group, education is the first stage of successful treatment of not only people with chronic pain, but with any other conditions leading to reduced activity and a poorer quality of life.
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