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Mental Imagery for Improving Musculoskeletal Pain & Function


Lecture: Mental Imagery and Body Perceptual Training for improving musculoskeletal pain and function.

Mental Imagery is not new. Athletes have been using it for decades to assist sporting performance. Body Perceptual changes have also been investigated in some persistent pain disorders such as phantom limb pain, Complex Regional Pain syndrome and more recently low back pain and shoulder pain. This clinically based session will explore some practical concepts around the assessment and management of alterations in body perception in common musculoskeletal presentations.

Presenter: Tim Mitchell, PhD, FACP.

Sessions:

Location Address Dates
Western Australia Bentley Start date: 26 Jul 2018 19:00
End date: 26 Jul 2018 20:30