The Complexity of Persistent Pain - A Patient's Perspective
Honoured to have been asked by CauseHealth to write a chapter called:
‘The Complexity of Persistent Pain – A Patient’s Perspective’
in their book:
‘Rethinking Causality, Complexity and Evidence for the Unique Patient: A CauseHealth Resource for Healthcare Professionals and the Clinical Encounter’, published by Springer
Delighted to say that I have co-authored a chapter called:
‘A Person-Centered and Collaborative Model for Understanding Chronic Pain. Perspectives from a Pain Patient, a Practitioner, and a Philosopher‘
with Matthew Low (physiotherapist) and Rani Lill Anjum (philosopher)
which has been published by Routledge in the book ‘Mobilising Knowledge in Physiotherapy: Critical Reflections on Foundations and Practices‘.
The problems with 'pacing' and neuropathic pain
This was an article I wrote for PainConcern’s magazine called ‘Pain Matters’. This edition, published in October 2019, took an in-depth look at all aspects of neuropathic pain.