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Pain Science in Practice, San Francisco

With Lorimer Moseley AO

UCSF: Byers Auditorium at Genentech Hall, 600 16th St. San Francisco, CA 94158 United States

October 5, 2024 - October 6, 2024

Course Host: Fran Ammirato | +61 8 82116388

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Pain Science in Practice: with Lorimer Moseley, Regular ticket, San Francisco, 2024
USD $ 695.00
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Up your pain game!

Globally renowned pain researcher and communicator Professor Lorimer Moseley is bringing to San Francisco and New York City the latest in strategies to integrate modern pain science into your clinical practice. Expect two fun and challenging days designed to take you to the next level of confidence and competence in treating people with chronic pain. This is a rare opportunity, and tickets are limited. 

Course Times:  8:30 am – 5:30 pm 

CEUs 14.5 

PTs, PTAs, OTs and OTAs
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After more than four years, Professor Lorimer Moseley is finally returning to the US for two live courses that will transform your approach to integrating pain science and education into your clinical practice.

Professor Moseley has been busy ‘Down Under’ investigating what and how we can best help our patients to use pain science discoveries to guide patients towards recovery from chronic pain. With insights from the latest research, Lorimer will focus on modern pain education approaches, including the application of the fit-for-purpose model and the Resolve approach to care, present new resources and clinical tools to optimise your interventions and cover tips and tricks to enable and empower your patients to move forward.

This course will sharpen your understanding and maximise your clinical impact.

Don’t miss out; tickets are limited!

Course Schedule [PDF]

DAY 1 – AM

  • Introduction, expectations, objectives, ice breakers, definitions
  • Modern pain science education – the essential pain facts and where they came from
  • Key learning theories to guide pain education – targeting and evaluating learning

DAY 1 – PM

  • Essential pain facts 1 – 2:
    – Peripheral sensitization
    – Pain system hypersensitivity
  • Essential pain facts 3 – 4:
    – Modulators of pain system sensitivity
    – Mediators of pain system sensitivity
  • Discussion/problem solving

DAY 2 – AM

  • Recap
  • The ‘Fit for Purpose’ model
  • Practical tools to promote learning:
    – Virtual reality
    – The Protectometer
    – Role plays
    – Class activities

DAY 2 – PM

  • Assessing and refining body-related neural networks
  • Graded movement and loading
  • Using the Protectometer to optimize adaptation
  • Discussion/problem solving/questions

Note: Schedule is subject to change.



By the end of this course participants will:

  1. Understand the neurophysiological rationale for a biopsychosocial approach to the treatment of persistent pain.
  2. Understand how visual illusions highlight different characteristics of perception including the complexity of pain.
  3. Differentiate injury and pain within a healthcare encounter
  4. Differentiate between constructivism-based and didactic education models
  5. Understand the influence of clinician language and treatment approach on patient perceptions and outcomes
  6. Understand the variables that promote the precision and integrity of body-related neural maps

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Pain Science in Practice, San Francisco San Francisco on October 5, 2024 - October 6, 2024

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Guest Speaker

English, Australia

Courses: Pain Science in Practice with Lorimer Moseley, Canada, Pain Science in Practice with Lorimer Moseley 2024, EP3 Melbourne 2025

Lorimer Moseley AO

Lorimer is one of the most requested keynote speakers internationally in the field of pain science. His research and creative activity, education, leadership and engagement achievements have been recognised by the Bradley Distinguished Professor Award for preeminent academic staff and the Officer of the Order of Australia, Australia’s second highest civilian honour for ‘distinguished service to humanity at large in the fields of pain and its management, science communication, education and physiotherapy’.

Currently, a Professor of Clinical Neurosciences and Foundation Chair in Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia, Lorimer is also an honoured member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, an Honorary Fellow of the ANZCA Faculty of Pain Medicine and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. He has authored hundreds of articles, multiple books and chapters, and is cited in clinical guidelines internationally. With over 30 years of clinical experience working with people in persistent pain, his community outreach and whole-of-community education initiatives are internationally renowned.






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