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An Inside Look at Pain Education in Occupational Therapy School

As our understanding of neurobiology and the psychosocial nature of pain continues to grow, so does the number of people affected by it: while 27% ...
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How CBT Affects the Brains of Patients with Pain

The number of people living with chronic pain is on the rise, with approximately 100 million adults in the U.S. alone affected. (1) This growing ...
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Using ACT to Promote Physical Activity in Sedentary Adults

There is no shortage of exercise experts and advice. Physical therapists, personal trainers, exercise physiologists, and even psychologists council on exercise and graded activity. Professionals ...
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Experiential Avoidance: What it is and What Modern Pain Practitioners Need to Know

It’s natural to seek experiences that make you feel good while avoiding those that cause harm or discomfort. In fact, it’s an essential evolutionary response ...
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Using ACT to Inform Physical Therapist Practice

As a physical therapist, you are well aware of how psychology drives the behavior of your patients and how it can derail good pain care. ...
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An Inside Look at Pain Education in Psychology School

When the Institute of Medicine referred to pain as a public health crisis, research into the adequacy and availability of pain care treatment in the ...
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How Psychologically Informed Physical Therapy (PIPT) Improves Musculoskeletal Outcomes

The theory underlying psychologically informed care is sound, and its practical application aligns well with a physical therapist’s mission to help improve patient outcomes and ...
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An in-depth look at what physical therapists learn about pain in school

About 40% of American adults struggle with some type of chronic pain syndrome, but all too often treatment is delayed, disorganized, inaccessible, or ineffective (1). ...
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Can Physical Therapists Counsel on Lifestyle and Behavior Change?

Two of your patients today are strikingly similar. They are both men in their 50’s, overweight, hypertensive, and coming to see you with a diagnosis ...
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