Sports Medicine Association Singapore (SMAS) is the registered society for Sports Medicine and Sports Science professionals in Singapore. Our members represent and embody the multi-disciplinary spirit that is key to the specialty. Our integrated community includes doctors, physiotherapists, podiatrists, sports nutritionists and dieticians, exercise physiologists, sports scientists and sports psychologists. We are a non-profit organisation committed to the promotion of quality Sports Medicine and Sports Science education to the sporting community in Singapore and beyond.

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Pain Association of Singapore Quarterly Webinar Series
19:00 to 20:30 - October 14, 2021
Online Webinar on Zoom, Singapore

SMAS is a supporting organisation for the Pain Association of Singapore (PAS) Quarterly Webinar on the "Musculoskeletal Clinical Translation Framework".

Date: 14 October '21, Thursday
Time: 7 - 8.30pm

Registration is FREE for SMAS members at: https://preview.mailerlite.com/b7f8g1

 


Synopsis

Managing musculoskeletal pain can be challenging to both the person in pain and the healthcare professional. Several biopsychosocial factors interact to produce a unique, individualized pain presentation. To appropriately screen, identify, and direct management to these factors within a clinical consultation can be a challenging process, and may require a multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary approach.

The Musculoskeletal Clinical Translation Framework outlines different elements that may influence the development, maintenance or resolution of a musculoskeletal pain disorder. This framework acknowledges the multidimensional nature of pain, disability and associated behaviours in individuals with musculoskeletal pain. The framework has been designed to better enable health care professionals to examine, interpret and implement targeted management for people with musculoskeletal pain based on contemporary evidence and theoretical models and using a common clinical language – to help you to help others.

Two local clinical vignettes and the application of the framework will be discussed by our invited speaker and local co-speakers in this webinar.

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