"Exploring Pain Relief through Opioid Actions on Spinal Cord Circuits"
featuring two accomplished professionals working at PMRI's ADAPT program
Dr Sarah Overton, Senior Clinical Psychologist
Maria de Sousa, Senior Physiotherapist
the Friends of Pain Research
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This follows her friendly chat with Macca the prior Sunday, and multiple radio interviews around the country - 5aa, 3AW, ABC Bega to name a few.
The 46-min video recording of the event is now available.
These may also be addictive and have serious side effects.
Whether chronic pain is in the back, the jaw, the breast, a joint or elsewhere, and is a result of injury, disease, biology or surgery, all pain resides in the brain.
The Pain Foundation supports gifted and world-renowned doctors, scientists and clinicians in exploring and unravelling the science and management of pain. Applying that knowledge in practical ways frees sufferers from the debilitating and devastating experience of chronic pain and the associated depression and anxiety it can cause.
Conquering chronic pain sets sufferers, their families and our community free to live life to the fullest again. You can help this vital work.
We need volunteers to help at our functions. hold a Pain Foundation event of your own, or join our Fundraising Committee
Support one of our key research projects, make a regular donation or a bequest. You will be helping to conquer pain
Adding to physical and emotional experience of pain is the frustration of never feeling properly understood by doctors, family and friends. Here are some stories of people who have conquered their pain with the help of PMRI’s ADAPT course.