• The Team

    This Revolution doesn't run itself!

    Lorimer

    Moseley

    Revolutionary Boss

    Lorimer is leading the revolution in how we talk about and treat persisting pain. He's a pain scientist with 25 years experience treating persistent pain, 300 published research articles, 6 books and a few videos on pain and rehabilitation.

    David

    Butler

    Curriculum Boss

    Dave makes sure we're teaching the right things about pain, in the right way for the person that is learning about their pain experience. He is a physio, educator and author. He has taught biopsychosocial treatment strategies to around 30,000 health professionals around the world. He loves custard tarts, Johnny Cash, Leonard Cohen and rural Australia.

    Tasha

    Stanton

    Brain Bus Boss

    Tash is the face of the Pain Revolution Brain Bus, our pain science lab on wheels. She is a clinical pain neuroscientist whose research aims to understand what pain is and why it doesn’t go away. She loves running, wine, and karaoke, although preferably not all at once!

    Steve

    Cunningham

    Cycling Boss

    Steve is our ride boss. He's a former pro cyclist but don't be fooled, he's still winning races when he's not too busy coaching and running cycling tours. Steve's the one that makes sure we're fit to ride, decides where we go, how we ride on the day, and keeps us safe and happy out there on the road during the Pain Revolution ride.

    Kal

    Fried

    Medical Boss

    Kal is a sports and exercise medicine physician with an obsessive interest in pain biology, models of care and the powerful ways in which context influences outcomes. Kal blazed the trail in the Pain Revolution ride in 2017. This inspired him to get over his fear of public speaking and share his stories from the clinic and research with the world.

    Tracy

    Jones

    Operations Boss

    Tracy is the person with the answers to the "how do we..." questions. She makes the many moving parts fit together behind the scenes. She is an Administrative Officer with the Body in Mind Research group and is our go-to person for all things admin. She loves camping, traveling and spending time with friends and family.

    Angie

    Clerc-Hawke

    Rural Educator Boss

    Angie is making the Local Pain Educator network a reality, and rolling out the curriculum that will give out our rural communities the tools to change how they approach the challenge of treating pain. She is a project manager, come massage therapist, come neuroscientist, come passionate pain person!

    Lissanthea

    Taylor

    Media and Digital Boss

    Lissanthea hides behind the Pain Revolution Facebook page and the blog, making sure that the stories of the Pain Revolution reach the world. She is a Physio that keeps trying to escape the clinic, and is fascinated by narrative and linguistics in pain education and treament.

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