Last week I described a graduated movement therapy for chronic pain about which Dr. Lorimer Moseley
published a study in Neurology.
I've asked Dr. Moseley
to help us better understand this exciting work.
Dr. Moseley got a PhD from the University of Sydney in 2001 and is currently the Nuffield Medical Research Fellow at Oxford University, United Kingdom.
is also a College Research Fellow at Oxford
How to Cope with Pain
: What is your research practice like?
Do you have a clinical practice?
Dr. Lorimer Moseley
: At the moment, I guess I have three areas of research.
Thanks to Dr. Moseley
for a thoughtful, educational interview.
In addition to the vast knowledge that Dr. Moseley
also shows the humbleness and ability to say 'I don't know' that great clinicians and researchers share.
We'll look forward to more exciting work from Dr. Moseley
In posts coming up soon, we'll look more closely at the mirror image work that's part of Dr. Moseley's
Also, at the work at UCLA involving MRI's that really exciting, too. - How To Cope With Pain
Dr. Willingham is not familiar with Dr. Moseley's
I find it refreshing that Dr Moseley
will say he
Here's a podcast about a computer program called "Recognise" that Dr. Moseley
spoke of: [...]
An Interview with "Jeisea": Wisdom for Coping with Pain
| How To Cope With Pain Blog // Mar 5, 2007 at 5:16 pm
[...] Last year I finally felt I was getting somewhere in my efforts to get some relief.
The thing that has really helped me most is mirror therapy.
I'd read research on the internet and in the book "Explain Pain" which Dr Moseley
[...] Many interesting comments were made on my posts about graded motor movements and Dr. Lorimer Moseley's
interview about his
I've asked Dr. Moseley
2 questions as follow-up. (As always, do not undertake this treatment, nor any other, without first consulting with your doctor.) [...]
[...] author of the study, Dr. Moseley, talks with us here and [...]
Physical Therapist By Day, Photographer By Night...
Explains Pain Really Well! | How To Cope With Pain Blog // Aug 13, 2007 at 2:56 am
[...] I didn't have the resources to do it myself.
Imagine my surprise when a few months ago Lorimer Moseley
published a study that did just that.
There are others out there who are doing the research - I [...]
Here's How You Can Laugh While Learning About Pain
| How To Cope With Pain Blog // Sep 10, 2007 at 2:56 am
[...] Dr. Lorimer Moseley, an Oxford University Fellow and Pain Scientist who's been interviewed here before, has written an engaging, quirky book of stories to help us understand the most up-t0-date views of the biology of pain.
Painful Yarns is a collection of 10 or so tales of humorous adventures from Moseley's life, and at 90% story/10% education, the book is funny, funny reading even without the "lessons.
So This Is Why I Still Have Pain
: Chronic Pain Explained | How To Cope With Pain Blog // Sep 13, 2007 at 12:39 pm
[...] up our book review week today, we have… Explain Pain, by David Butler and Lorimer Moseley