The Musculoskeletal Clinical Translation Framework was released in 2018, to assist clinicians identify different factors that may influence the development, maintenance or resolution of musculoskeletal pain. This lecture is based on the Australian Pain Society Pre-Conference Workshop originally scheduled for Hobart in April 2020 (but cancelled due to COVID). It will be appropriate for any clinician who deals with any pain condition, not only musculoskeletal pain.
The lecture will incorporate training in the use of the framework, and will be immediately useful in clinical practice.
Dr Tim Mitchell (PhD) Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist - (As awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists)
Tim is a Specialist Physiotherapist with a clinical focus on the management of complex and chronic injuries and pain disorders. He has broad experience across consultant spinal surgical and chronic pain clinics, orthopaedic clinics, acquired brain injury, rheumatology as well as elite and recreational athletes, in. He is involved in the ongoing care of patients as well as providing second opinions on more complicated cases. Tim also holds a senior teaching appointment at Curtin University. He has completed a PhD in the area of low back pain and has a special interest in the translation of logical reasoning into clinical practice. Tim is the lead author on an internationally recognised eBook on musculoskeletal pain management: Musculoskeletal Clinical Translation Framework – From knowing to doing. He provides education on musculoskeletal pain nationally and internationally.
Pain Physiotherapy National Group
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