Solving the pain puzzle

Three physiotherapists working in pain science submit contributions elaborating on their most recent research.

Also inside

In recognition of NAIDOC week, InMotion profiles the experiences of Katie Cahill, who, as an Aboriginal physiotherapist, has gone from scholarship-winning student to active APA member; also the Australian College of Physiotherapists’ Barby Singer, FACP, discusses the recent changes to the process of Fellowship by Original Contribution; then, APA Honoured Member Lorimer Moseley, FACP, opens up about his own experience through the process; plus CEO Cris Massis speaks with WCPT President Emma Stokes about her recent election.

Read your online version of InMotion here.

Marko Stechiwskyj
Managing Editor


Images via

Photo: ©iStock.com/xmee

Photo: © iStock.com/galdzer

Photo: Hubis / Shutterstock.com


InMotion is the flagship publication of the APA and serves as a key platform for communicating the latest national and local news within the APA and the broader physiotherapy profession. The editorial elements of InMotion combine to inform and engage, deliver value, provide knowledge, and give voice to members.

To advertise: Download the media kit and email a booking form to advertising@physiotherapy.asn.au



Feb       Mar      Apr      May      
Jun Jul Aug  Sep 
Oct  Nov    

Look at InMotion 2014 here.
Look at InMotion 2013 here.

To access archived issues of InMotion contact inmotion@physiotherapy.asn.au