Physiotalk Tweetchat on Physiotherapy and Pain with the PPA
The PPA partnered with Physiotalk for an hour of chat on Twitter about physiotherapy and chronic pain on Monday 2nd Sept in preparation for the World Physiotherapy Day on 8th September.
Review of Ben Cormack's Using Exercise and Activity for Pain within a Biopsychosocial Framework lecture
Helen Ambler, Highly Specialised Physiotherapist in the Chronic Pain Self Management Team, St Georges Hospital, London and Jake Webster, physiotherapy student in London South Bank University reflect on their attendance at Ben Cormack's lecture for the Physiotherapy Pain Association in UCLH on 27th June.
PPA member raising Equality and Diversity issues in physiotherapy globally
PPA member and pain management physiotherapist, Mohammad Shoiab contributed to a session at WCPT World Congress 2019 in Geneva.
World Physical Therapy Day 2019
World Physical Therapy Day is the 8th September and this year the day will highlight physical therapy and chronic pain.
Chronic Pain Self Management Team launch UK's first Chronic Pain Awareness Day
The Chronic Pain Self Management Team (CPSMT) at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust launched the UK’s first Chronic Pain Awareness Day on 1st May 2019.
PPA contributes to Love Activity Campaign
The PPA contributes to national CSP campaign
Managing Pain 2019 Campaign
The PPA has been featured in a national campaign.
**Voluntary Opportunity** Physiotherapy Pain Association seeks Student/Early Career Physiotherapist Representative closing date 24 May 19
The PPA is seeking a student/early career physiotherapist representative for our committee.
The Inflamed Mind - Book review by Terry Smith
Terry Smith, Physiotherapist working with the Complex Inpatient Pain Team at UCLH NHS Trust reviews The Inflamed Mind by Professor Edward Bullmore.
A Member's reflection on the recent 'Back to the future' PPA study Day.
Alice Morgan, Pain Physiotherapist, has written a summary of her reflections of the recent PPA study day. Alice is passionate about communicating and educating about pain. Re-experience the day through her words or for the first time if you weren't able to join us.
Alice tweets as @painspeaking