Osteopath Sam Bombos and Lorimer Moseley podcast on chronic pain
Recently osteopath Sam Bombos who works with us at Balance Osteopathy was asked to give her perspective on dealing with chronic pain in a podcast also interviewing well known practitioner and researcher Lorimer Moseley podcast.
Lorimer Moseley’s background:
“Pain Scientist with a background in physiotherapy, neuroscience and psychophysiology. After working as a physiotherapist for six years, I combined my clinical work with research – a PhD at the University of Sydney Pain Management Research Institute and research posts at the University of Queensland, University of Sydney and Oxford University, UK.
I was appointed University of South Australia’s Inaugural Chair in Physiotherapy, and Professor of Clinical Neurosciences, in 2011.
I am supported by an NHMRC Principal Research Fellowship.
I am the Chair of PainAdelaide Stakeholders’ Consortium, which brings together Adelaide’s pain researchers, clinicians and consumers to ‘put our heads together’ for persistent pain. I established Pain Revolution, a bicycle-bound rural education and outreach tour, the inaugural event riding from Melbourne to Adelaide in April 2017 and 2018’s from Sydney to Albury-Wodonga, raising awareness and funds to train rural Australians to become Local Pain Educators.
I lead the Body in Mind Research Group” source https://people.unisa.edu.au/lorimer.moseley#About-me
You can listen to it on the link here: