The social, economic and personal cost of pain, and the failure of much traditional pain management to adequately address this problem, has created the need for a reassessment of the nature, evaluation and treatment of pain. Drawing together current research by physiotherapists, physicians and psychologists, Moving in on Pain is a collection of papers presented at the landmark `Moving in on Pain' conference held in Adelaide in April 1995.
'Overall the book is excellent value and the most up to date source in our quest for knowledge of pain sciences and its applications to clinical practice. This is an essential addition to any physiotherapy department.' Susan Godfrey
By Michael Shacklock, MappSc(Phty), DipPhysio, Director, City Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, Adelaide, Australia; Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists
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