• 2020 Tour events page

  • Join us for a FREE Pain Education event in your town.

    Learning about pain might change your life (or your loved ones!)

    Can help us spread the word about our events in your town?

  • Geelong Public Seminar

    Sat., 7 March 2020 | 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to GEELONG.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Geelong Professional Seminar

    Sat., 7 March 2020 | 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

    Join us for an multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persistent pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    You'll learn:

    • Why understanding the brain is critical in pain care
    • How to understand patient pain experiences through the lens of contemporary pain science
    • How evidence-based alternatives can change reliance on medication
    • How careful education and facilitated self-management can be a powerful therapeutic tool to help put people on the road to recovery

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Victoria, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

    Frankston Public Seminar

    Sun., 8 March 2020 | 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to FRANKSTON.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Frankston Professional Seminar

    Sun., 8 March 2020 | 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm AEDT

    Join us for an multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persistent pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    You'll learn:

    • Why understanding the brain is critical in pain care
    • How to understand patient pain experiences through the lens of contemporary pain science
    • How evidence-based alternatives can change reliance on medication
    • How careful education and facilitated self-management can be a powerful therapeutic tool to help put people on the road to recovery

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Victoria, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

    Wonthaggi Public Seminar

    Mon., 9 March 2020 | 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to WONTHAGGI.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Wonthaggi Professional Seminar

    Mon., 9 March 2020 | 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm AEDT

    Join us for an multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persistent pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    You'll learn:

    • Why understanding the brain is critical in pain care
    • How to understand patient pain experiences through the lens of contemporary pain science
    • How evidence-based alternatives can change reliance on medication
    • How careful education and facilitated self-management can be a powerful therapeutic tool to help put people on the road to recovery

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Victoria, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

    Traralgon Public Seminar

    Tue., 10 March 2020 | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to TRARALGON.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Traralgon Professional Seminar

    Tue., 10 March 2020 | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm AEDT

    Join us for an multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persistent pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    You'll learn:

    • Why understanding the brain is critical in pain care
    • How to understand patient pain experiences through the lens of contemporary pain science
    • How evidence-based alternatives can change reliance on medication
    • How careful education and facilitated self-management can be a powerful therapeutic tool to help put people on the road to recovery

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Victoria, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

    Sale Professional Seminar

    Wed., 11 March 2020 | 7:30 am – 9:00 am AEDT

    Join us for an multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persistent pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    You'll learn:

    • Why understanding the brain is critical in pain care
    • How to understand patient pain experiences through the lens of contemporary pain science
    • How evidence-based alternatives can change reliance on medication
    • How careful education and facilitated self-management can be a powerful therapeutic tool to help put people on the road to recovery

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Victoria, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

    Sale Public Seminar

    Wed., 11 March 2020 | 10:00 am – 11:30 am AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to SALE.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Bairnsdale Public Seminar

    Wed., 11 March 2020 | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to BAIRNSDALE.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistant pain before and after the presentation.

    Bairnsdale Professional Seminar

    Wed., 11 March 2020 | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm AEDT

    Join us for an multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persistent pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    You'll learn:

    • Why understanding the brain is critical in pain care
    • How to understand patient pain experiences through the lens of contemporary pain science
    • How evidence-based alternatives can change reliance on medication
    • How careful education and facilitated self-management can be a powerful therapeutic tool to help put people on the road to recovery

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Victoria, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

    Orbost Public Seminar

    Thu., 12 March 2020 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to ORBOST.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Omeo Public Seminar

    Fri., 13 March 2020 | 8:30 am – 10:00 am AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to OMEO.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Bright Public Seminar​

    Fri., 13 March 2020 | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to BRIGHT.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Bright Professional Seminar

    Fri., 13 March 2020 | 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm AEDT

    Join us for an multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persistent pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    You'll learn:

    • Why understanding the brain is critical in pain care
    • How to understand patient pain experiences through the lens of contemporary pain science
    • How evidence-based alternatives can change reliance on medication
    • How careful education and facilitated self-management can be a powerful therapeutic tool to help put people on the road to recovery

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Victoria, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

    Wangaratta Public Seminar

    Sat., 14 March 2020 | 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm AEDT

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to WANGARATTA.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persistent pain.

     

    You can join them for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

     

    In our talk, we will help to dispel some common myths about pain. You'll learn about the scientific discoveries that tell us why some pains persist (and others don't) plus the many healthy things you can do to feel better and live well again.

     

    Come along early and visit our Help Desk, the Brain Exchange. Our Pain Revolution experts from different healthcare professions will be available to answer your questions about persistent pain before and after the presentation.

    Wangaratta Professional Seminar

    Sat., 14 March 2020 | 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm AEDT

    Join us for an multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persistent pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    You'll learn:

    • Why understanding the brain is critical in pain care
    • How to understand patient pain experiences through the lens of contemporary pain science
    • How evidence-based alternatives can change reliance on medication
    • How careful education and facilitated self-management can be a powerful therapeutic tool to help put people on the road to recovery

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Victoria, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

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