Pain Science and Sensibility

pssJoin co-hosts Sandy Hilton and Cory Blickenstaff, physical therapists who are “in the trenches” practicing in unique settings on opposite sides of US, as they discuss current research and topics of pain science. Listen in on occasional interviews of the prominent figures of pain science. Focus will be on making the information meaningful to practice in the clinic.

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Pain Science & Sensibility Podcast episodes

Episode 28: Does Manual Therapy Suck?

Episode 27: Transverse Abdominals in Low Back Pain

Episode 26: Can We Predict Who’s at Risk for Persistent Pain?

Episode 25: Comparing and Using Low Back Pain Clinical Guidelines

Episode 24: Trigger Points, the “Third Space”, and the Merit of Pain Theories with Dr. Milton Cohen

Episode 23: Modeling Pain and Other Bayesian Topics

Episode 22: Do Systematic Biases Impact Care?

Episode 21: Aerobic Exercise for Pain

Episode 20: Neuropathic Pain at the Pelvis

Episode 19: PT Podcast Network Holiday Extravaganza 2016

Episode 18: What IS a Picture Worth?

Episode 17: Are There Ghosts in Your Machine?

Episode 16: CBT in the Workplace

Episode 15: Maximizing Exposure Therapy Revisited with Bronnie Thompson and Paul Lagerman

Episode 14: Motor Control and Walking for Pain

Episode 13: Pelvic Floor Hyperalgesia

Episode 12: Maximizing Exposure Therapy

Episode 11: Function vs Activity

Episode 10: Neurodynamics and Fibromyalgia

Episode 9: PT Podcast Network Holiday Extravaganza

Episode 8: Pain – Of Mice and Men?

Episode 7: CBT for Chronic Pain Delivered Through the Internet

Episode 6: To Exercise or Not to Exercise with Chronic Pain

Episode 5: Follow-Up Discussion to the James McAuley Interview

Episode 4: Revisiting Self-Efficacy with James McAuley

Episode 3: Catastrophizing and Graded Exposure

Episode 2: New Theory of Chronic Pain

Episode 1: Self-efficacy and Fear of Movement in Chronic Back Pain