Moseley and Butler’s brand new book is for all health professionals treating pain. The authors apply their unique style to take the neuroimmune science of pain further and deeper.
Explain Pain Supercharged will provide you with:
- Entirely original content
- Applicable educational strategies
- Curriculum development
- Hundreds of ready to use clinical metaphors and therapeutic narratives.
This book is jam-packed with everything you need to provide effective, memorable, evidence-based, individualised pain education and treatment.
“One theme that has emerged time and time again is the need for another resource… Many have pleaded in frustration for something that takes them beyond Explain Pain but doesn’t put them to sleep or intimidate the whoopsies out of them. So here it is, Explain Pain Supercharged.”
Moseley & Butler, 2017
Currently available as: Hands, feet, backs, necks, shoulders and now KNEES!
Even simple exercises may cause pain if your brain can’t recognise whether you are using your left or right side. Recognise™ is the first way to accurately measure the ability to recognise left and right body parts and movements, and to train your left/right discrimination as part of a comprehensive graded motor imagery (GMI) rehabilitation programme. GMI is a sequence of strategies including laterality restoration, motor imagery and mirror therapy. Flash cards are an important tool in the management and rehabilitation of left/right discrimination (laterality) problems.
The Flash Card set consists of 24 left and 24 matching right images on sturdy plasticoated card, a non-permanent marker for writing on the reverse side of the cards and an instruction sheet with a reference list and suggestions of games to ‘retrain as you play’.
These cards may be used on their own, but are best used with Recognise™ Online. The online resource has a large library of hand, foot, neck, shoulder, back and knee images and has tools for tracking and evaluating progress.
As you use the book Explain Pain in your clinic or home, you will find some images and concepts stand out as particularly useful in the recovery journey. The Explain Pain poster collection is designed to help you and your patients take that journey. The posters can be used in a pain peer group setting, in the waiting room of your clinic, or as an educational tool hanging on the clinic wall for everyday use. They will help pain sufferers to make informed choices and guide them to recovery.
The four titles encourage empowerment: Take Control, Pacing Activity, Thought Viruses and The Road to Recovery.
Set of four posters, each A2 size (42cm x 60cm), plasticoated finish.