July heralds National Pain Week, and in this issue we sought some clinical and research perspectives from Professor Lorimer Moseley on CRPS; Dianne Wilson on her PhD involving pain management in a group dynamic; and pain specialist Dr Ian Thong on some latest neuroscience research and physiotherapy’s role in chronic pain.


Busting some common diabetes myths, and a summary of one physiotherapist’s research into exercise rehabilitation for people with diabetes; plus three keynote speakers from the upcoming APA Business and Leadership Conference in Darwin.

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Marko Stechiwskyj
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