Persistent pain is a massive problem, for those that suffer with it, and for health professionals trying to treat it.
I’ve joined Pain Revolution because I really want to get better at educating people about pain and how to best recover. I've always been impressed by the work of Lorimer Moseley (UniSA) and what better opportunity to learn from this crew than to join them as they lead Pain Revolution through regional communities providing outreach education along the way. Having spent all of my career as a physiotherapist working in rural and regional Australia, I was pretty excited to hear that Pain Revolution was targeting regional towns, providing them with opportunities to engage with the cutting edge of pain research. Also I love cycling, so why not take on the challenge of riding 870km from Melbourne to Adelaide?
By participating in Pain Revolution, I've made a pledge to raise $3500 to support research and the development of better resources for management and prevention of persistent pain.
Please help by giving whatever you can using the 'Donate' button. Donations are tax deductible.
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To find out more, go to http://painrevolution.org