Despite the temptation NOT to look back on the year that was for the world, the year that was for noijam still contains some noteworthy milestones and contributions.
- Reaching 650 blog posts – thank you to all contributors and readers!
- Noijam relocated into the noigroup.com house to combine all Noigroup information, and links between, under one roof. URL diversion will happen automatically.
Old home: noijam.com
New home: noigroup.com/noijam
- More language contributions and categorising by language for easy locating by our audiences in regions with primary language other than English.
- Some popular posts on hot topics, here are the top 5…
Our hottest ‘jams:
Noigroup colleagues Bernhard Taxer (Austria) and Harry von Piekartz (The Netherlands) consider some possible consequences for therapists treating people experiencing pain.
A revisit of Lorimer Moseley’s and David Butler’s 2015 paper –Fifteen Years of Explaining Pain: The Past, Present and Future– with an emphasis on the misconceptions that have arisen around the notion of teaching people about their pain.
Excerpts from a recorded conversation between David Butler and Tom Jesson – a physiotherapist with a passion for lumbar radicular pain.
Via a paper published in the journal of Neuroscience (2019), Noigroup looks at the current understanding of, and treatment rationale for, CRPS.
‘Tis the end of the year and, like you all, we’re absolutely most definitely looking forward to a small break and the possibilities a new year can bring. We are truly grateful for your support of our efforts in bringing pain science education to all corners of the globe. From all of the Noigroup staff in Adelaide – our best wishes in health and happiness and we are looking forward to our continued association in 2021!
Please note the HQ office is now closed, reopening on Tuesday 12, January 2021. We appreciate your patience during possible freight delays on hard copy orders, however our digital resources are all able to be sent and received via the airwaves! Online courses are also still able to be booked during this time.
Explain Pain Second Edition eBook (2020)
Graded Motor Imagery eBook (2020)
Explain Pain Audiobook
Digital Media Packs
Recognise App (iOS and Android) & Protectometer App (iOS only)