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This profile was last updated on 2/20/16  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Prof. Lorimer Moseley

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Chief Editor

Phone: +61 *********  
Email: l***@***.au
Local Address:  Sydney , New South Wales , Australia
University of South Australia
160 Currie Street GPO Box 2471
Adelaide , South Australia 5000
Australia

Company Description: UniSA is committed to educating professionals; creating and applying knowledge; serving the community; maintaining cultural diversity amongst its staff and...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Nuffield Medical Research Fellow
    Oxford University
  • International Advisor
    Prof Lorimer Moseley University of South Australia
  • Nuffield Medical Research Fellow
    PhD
  • NHMRC Clinical Research Fellow, Senior Lecturer ( Pain Sciences )
    School of Physiotherapy
  • Honoured Member
    Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • NHMRC Clinical Research Fellow
    UQ/Royal Brisbane Hospital
  • Founder
    Habit

Education

  • Philosophy
  • MSc , Rehabilitation
    Bradford University
  • PhD
  • PhD
    Oxford University
  • PhD
    Sansom Institute for Health Research
  • PhD
    Sydney University
  • PhD
    Universities of Queensland
  • PhD , Pain Science
    University of Sydney , Australia
  • doctorate
    The University of Sydney
  • doctorate in medicine
    University of Sydney
  • honours degree
    University of Sydney
  • interdisciplinary doctorate , neurophysiology and pain management
    University of Sydney
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Web References
Professor of Clinical Neurosciences at ...
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Professor of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of South Australia, Lorimer Moseley, explains in a very humorous and entertaining way in this YouTube clip "Why things hurt".
In this clip Professor Moseley discusses a concept that is further reiterated by the Functional Movement Group - "the brain receives information and perceives that the body is under threat and some action needs to be taken with the pain experienced based upon many factors including the individuals own thoughts, beliefs, attitude and past experiences about the perceived information".
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by Lorimer Moseley, University of South Australia
Chronic Pain
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Professor Lorimer Moseley - University of South Australia
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Professor Moseley explains why things hurt.
Body in Mind - Research into the role of the brain and mind in chronic pain
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Chief Editor Lorimer Moseley PhD University of South Australia & Neuroscience Research Australia
Media Stories - Body in Mind
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Chief Editor Lorimer Moseley PhD University of South Australia & Neuroscience Research Australia
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