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WCPT Post-congress course: Osteoarthritis: Balancing Biomechanics with Pain Neuroscience

On the 5th of July, Dr Isabel Baert, Dr Enrique Lluch en Dr Mira Meeus, all Pain in Motion members, will give a post-congress course at the World Cong...

What you see, is what you get … but you ain’t seen nothing yet!

Within the biomedical model, pain is considered a consequence of tissue damage. However, we all know now that a precise biomedical diagnosis cannot be...

March 27th, 2017

Next Pain in Motion Course

​Sensorimotor incongruence, a true contributor to chronic pain?

Musculoskeletal pain is a highly prevalent disorder. People often seek help from a physiotherapist to relieve their pain and related limitations....

March 16th, 2017
Context effect in physiotherapy Is it time to potentiate our clinical practice by integration of placebo responses?

Patient’s pain and disability improvement is an everyday challenge for physiotherapists....

March 15th, 2017

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