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PAS Webinar: Pain & Movement Reasoning Model
19:00 to 20:00 - January 27, 2022
Online Webinar on Zoom, Singapore

The Pain Association of Singapore (PAS) Quarterly Webinar

"Pain & Movement Reasoning Model"

SMAS is a proud supporter of this event. Registration is FREE for all current SMAS members!

 

Date: 27 January 2022 (Thursday)

Time: 1900 - 2000h (+8 GMT)

Registration: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Qhmp1w8HQxeWryr5L2QqGw

More information: https://preview.mailerlite.com/k3b0n2

 


Synopsis
When working in London in the mid-2000’s, Des O’Shaughnessy and Lester Jones devised a clinical reasoning tool to help clinicians manage the complexity of pain. This tool, the Pain and Movement Reasoning Model, was primarily designed to assist physiotherapists working in musculoskeletal outpatient departments but has now been shown to have relevance in a range of clinical contexts. In a recent study, physiotherapists working in diverse clinical areas including neurology, post-surgical wards, emergency department, women’s health and a pain management clinic, reported the tool was appropriate and beneficial to their clinical practice. In this presentation, Lester will present the format of the Model, some examples of application, and how it can be adapted to different clinical contexts and professions.

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