Pain Science and Sensibility Episode 2: New Theory of Chronic Pain

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In episode 2, Sandy and Cory discuss the “Imprecision Hypothesis of Chronic Pain” recently published by Lorimer Moseley and Johan Vlaeyen. Potential clinical implications are discussed as well as a rebuttal that has already been submitted. Hard hitting questions are tackled, like “Is pain a stimulus or a response?”, “How does associative learning apply to clinical treatment?”, and “Does Cory have the mental fortitude to beat a 5 year old in Battleship?”

Beyond nociception: the imprecision hypothesis of chronic pain.
Moseley GL, Vlaeyen JW.
Pain. 2015 Jan;156(1):35-8. doi: 10.1016/j.pain.0000000000000014.

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Music by Kevin MacLeod –
Intro – Brandenburg No4 and Meatball Parade
Close – Meatball Parade

Photo credit: Anders Sandberg via Flickr

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