We're sharing the story of the Pain Revolution ride; the people we meet and places that we go. These are the stories of our mission to change how we talk about, and make sense of persisting pain to live well again.
Often when we get a scan of our knee the report can sound scary – there is often a lot of jargon and medical terms used that can be difficult to understand. It can be hard to see how this picture or scan relates to YOU and what it means for your journey and future.
Pain depends on context is one of Pain Revolution’s key Target Concepts – as understanding the nature of persistent pain is essential to controlling one’s pain experience. Pain is influenced by biological, social and psychological factors.
We have taken out the win in the Engagement Australia Awards, in the category ‘Excellence in Community Engagement’!
Learn More About Your Pain is one of Pain Revolution’s key Target Concepts – as understanding your persistent pain is essential to changing your pain experience. Today, we have a better understanding of pain mechanisms and treatment.
COVID-19 is having an enormous impact on us all. The silver lining is it creates a chance for everyone to better understand the lived experience of persistent pain.
Dr Jennifer Smith, 2018 Local Pain Educator from Temora, NSW, shares her reflections on joining the education team during the 2019 Rural Outreach Tour in Tasmania.
It seems almost inevitable that the recent bushfire crisis in Australia will change not only the landscape, but also us, as both a society and as individuals, forever.
Pain doesn't just happen after you're hurt,it's also there to stop you hurting yourself!
As a previously very active 19-year-old forced to pull out of all forms of sport, and physical activity as a way to fix my back pain, I felt like I was the only one...
Reflections on a pain care workshop in Hobart
Pain Revolution's Community Engagement Officer Trevor Barker offers his reflections on community action and bringing a consumer voice to the Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour.
One rider’s story of the Rural Outreach Tour on the road in Tasmania in 2019.
2019 Pain Revolution Tour rider Nathan Green explains how you can have pain and you can have injury - but they don't always occur together.
All our riders are champions for the efforts they put in both on and off the bike - but they don't always start out that way!
Tim Andrewartha is a GP in Smithton, Tasmania. He's joining us on the Tour and we'll be visiting the town where he works as a busy rural doctor helping people living with persisting pain. Tim tells us why he joined the Tour, and what Pain Revolution means to him.
Pain Revolution is fuelled by our mission that all Australians will have access to the knowledge, skills and local support to prevent and overcome persistent pain.
The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour heads to Tasmania in March 2019.
Why are we doing this bike ride? It's one month until our third Rural Outreach Tour begins, David Butler goes soul searching...
Ride the ups and downs of persisting pain and the path to selection for the Australian para-cycling World Track Championships for cyclist Daniel Van Der Laan.
Like our polka dots? You've got good taste! Get in quick (before Feb 28th) and buy your own gear to support our tour in Tasmania.
How does your brain makes sense of what's REALLY going on in your body, and do danger signals always cause pain?
Your experience of pain depends on previous experiences and unconscious links that you might not even know about. This gives people many possibilities to change your pain.
Pain is important as a warning, but it's not always accurate.
LPEP's trailblazing first year is complete.
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