April 26, 2013 by Lorimer Moseley
This commentary was first published in the Journal of Pain
We thought it was worthwhile to publish it again here: Almost everyone suffers acute pain.
Why do most recover, but an unfortunate few descend a downward spiral of social, personal and economic disadvantage?
One hypothesis that has been interrogated for two decades is the fear [Read more...]
Filed Under: avoidance behaviour, BiM Team, Body In Mind, Lorimer Moseley, Pain, Research
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