If you're interested in pain in neurological pathologies then this episode will fill up your CPD bucket. Brendon Haslam is soon to complete his PhD in chronic UL pain post stroke, is part of the faculty of educators at the renowned NOI group, and works clinically in private neuro practice. Topics in this podcast cover recognition of pain in the neuro population, pain beliefs of stroke survivors, role of somatosensory deficits, principles of intervention, and of course, Brendon's career pathway.
1.55 - Intro
2.20 - Career pathway
8.20 - Is pain under recognised in the neuro population
11.43 - Prevalence & beliefs about pain in stroke population & PhD
15.59 - Educating stroke survivors about pain
17.29 - Should we be so cautious of hemiplegic shoulders?
19.00 - Principles of intervention for pain in the neuro population
21.02 - Somatosensory retraining early post stroke.
22.43 - Risk profiling chronic pain post stroke
24.30 - Redefine pain
26.15 - Pain neuroscience education
27.03 - Resources for clinicians to educate themselves & patients
28.24 - Somatosensation, body schema & pain
31.49 - Concept of negative neuroplastic adaptation
33.30 - NOI workshops
35.49 - Empowering patients to question their therapists
37.26 - Reward based learning & positive neuroplastic change
40.12 - Upcoming NOI courses
40.51 - Complex regional pain syndrome
46.12 - Somatosensation clinics in Australia
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