Pain Revolution Videos
Pain Revolution Ride 2018 Video
The Pain Revolution 2018 ride travelled from Sydney to Albury-Wodonga, stopping in at Wollongong, Nowra, Canberra, Cooma and Corryong along the way. Spectacular scenery was the backdrop to lifting the burden of persisting pain in rural Australia.
Pain Revolution Vision for the Future of Pain Treatment
Pain Revolution founder, Professor Lorimer Moseley, explains how the Pain Revolution is changing the face of pain treatment in rural Australia with the annual pedal-powered educational outreach event series and the Local Pain Educator Network.
Pain Revolution Local Pain Educator Program
The Pain Revolution Ride reaches rural communities with helpful and hopeful evidence-based education about chronic pain. The Local Pain Educator program keeps that mission alive in the community, with educators throughout Australia (and it's growing!)
On the Road with the Brain Bus
The Brain Bus accompanies the Pain Revolution ride, setting up in town centres and village greens. Hundreds of people visit the Brain Bus every year to learn about their brain, pain and the many things that can help recovery from persisting pain.
Pain Scientists Answer Common Questions About Pain
Made in the style of Wired's "Tech Support" series, three top pain scientists - Prof Lorimer Moseley, Dr. Tasha Stanton and Dr. David Butler - answer your burning questions about pain. Questions range from "What is pain?" to "Is medicinal marijuana effective for pain?"
Pain Revolution Ride 2017 Video
This is the story of the first Pain Revolution Ride in 2017. Enjoy the Australian landscape vistas, just as the riders did, on the 800+ kilometres from Melbourne to Adelaide, stopping at Ballarat, Lorne, Warrnambool, Mt Gambier and Murray Bridge along the way.
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