- Who we are

About Pain Revolution

Pain Revolution is a movement charged with changing how people understand pain in rural and regional communities in Australia.

We're providing support to local health professionals to become pain experts and spread the word in their community, and we'll mentor and support them to do that.

Chronic pain is a huge burden that we can do something about, we know enough now about recovery and we can do something about it if we flip the way we think about and understand pain with a whole of community approach.

About us

Pain Revolution is a people powered movement, striving to change how we care for people in pain.

We believe that this will be most successful if we do it together! Pain Revolution is a vision driven collaboration of researchers, clinicians, people with lived experience and peak bodies.

We aim to inspire and enable each other and communities to make sustainable, positive change. As a collective, we strive for excellence and promote transparency, honesty and accountability in everything we do.

Pain Revolution respects diversity of stories and all the parties who comprise the pain care system.

Our vision

That all Australians have the knowledge, skills and local support to prevent and overcome persistent pain.

Our values

Empowerment: Inspire and enable people and communities to make sustainable, positive change

Integrity: Strive for excellence and promote transparency, honesty and accountability in everything that we do

Cohesion: Foster unity in our vision, purpose and strategy

Respect: Honour all people, their stories, beliefs and skills

Meet the team

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Lorimer Moseley

Chief Executive Officer

Lorimer is a pain scientist, clinician & educator. He has written 350 scientific articles and five books. He has received numerous international prizes for his contributions to pain science, management and education. He lives and works in Adelaide, South Australia.

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Angie Clerc-Hawke

General Manager

Angie comes from a business background, trained in marketing and has managed several projects within the corporate sector. She draws on both her personal experience with/and recovery from persistent pain and advanced training in medical sciences.

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Tracy Jones

Tour Logistics Manager

Tracy comes from a strong business administration and logistics background. When she is not coordinating the many moving parts of the Rural Outreach Tour, she looks after the needs of a growing team of pain researchers at University of South Australia.

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Amanda Simister

LPE Network Manager

Amanda is a highly experienced physiotherapist working within a public pain service in her regional community. She is one of the inaugural Local Pain Educators, who is applying her experience going through the program to guide future cohorts.

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Steve Kamper

Evaluation Committee Chair

Steve Kamper is a research fellow at the University of Sydney with a professional background in physiotherapy. Steve's interests include the epidemiology and consequences of pain, patient expectations, and teaching people to become more informed users of scientific research.

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Carolyn Berryman

Education Committee Chair

Carolyn is an experienced physiotherapist who is currently investigating the contribution of brain plasticity to persistent pain. Enthusiastic to facilitate learning about pain sciences, Carolyn has taught clinically and in classrooms at the University of South Australia for three decades.

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Seanna Davidson

Lived Experience Community Coordinator

Seanna is a facilitator and process designer focused on creating meaningful experiences for folks to learn together. She has hosted several communities of practice across themes including water, facilitation, systems thinking and now persistent pain. Seanna is trained as a human geographer, and has been working in system thinking in Australia for 5 years.

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Mary O'Keefe

Communications Committee Chair

Mary is a pain scientist; whose current work focuses on the role of media in and influence on healthcare. She is passionate about public engagement and communicating evidence-based information about pain through conventional and social media.

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Sinan Tejani

Policy & Advocacy Committee Chair

Sinan is a physiotherapist who has worked across private practice, aged care and the hospital system. He is interested in advocating for large scale systemic changes to empower people to better understand and manage the complexities of persistent pain.

LPE Mentors

This group of experts provide one-on-one support to LPEs in training, assisting with consolidating what they are learning and translating it into practice in their communities.

  • Bernie Smith
  • Carolyn Berryman
  • Chris Williams
  • Edwinna Shannon
  • Emma Karran
  • John Baranoff
  • John Booth
  • Karin Jones
  • Martina Egan-Moog
  • Matt Forster
  • Meredith Craigie
  • Pene Wood
  • Peter Roberts
  • Ruth Hardman
  • Tasha Stanton
  • Tim Bass
  • Tim Cocks

Tour Organising Committee

This committee looks after the many moving parts of the annual Rural Outreach Tour, from community engagement, event organising to rider safety.

  • Tracy Jones (Chair)
  • Steve Cunningham
  • Trevor Barker
  • Di Wilson
  • Kal Fried
  • Angie Clerc-Hawke

Education Committee

Education Committee looks after development of educational resources and learning outomes across all Pain Revolution activities.

  • Carolyn Berryman (Chair)
  • Dianne Wilson
  • Daniel Harvie
  • Kylie Perry
  • Margaret Knight
  • Angie Clerc-Hawke

Evaluation Committee

Pain Revolution is steeped in evidence based action and a key part of this is evaluation of our activities by the Evaluation Committee

  • Steve Kamper (Chair)
  • Emma Karran
  • Anne Grunseit
  • John Toumbourou
  • Erica Wilkinson
  • Angie Clerc-Hawke

Communication Committee

To compliment our community-based work, these guys look after communicating our messages and work to the boarder community.

  • Mary O'Keefe (Chair)
  • Maddy Thorpe
  • Lincoln Tracy
  • Scott Rowbotham
  • Leah Dwyer
  • Angie Clerc-Hawke

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