Why do we move differently when we're in pain? How does the body adapt to this new movement, even if it's not that efficient? Is there really one way to move to get a job done? Many of us take daily movements for granted until we get injured or are enough to pain to change how we move. This issue examines some of the basic principles of motor control and movement variability, and how all this applies to our clients/patients in pain. More
Many patients & client seek massage therapy for pain relief, yet our profession's understanding of pain and touch is lacking. That's why our stories focus on these topics, including exercise and communication, to help us explain & understand what we're doing & why we feel pain.
These are complex topics, and we're here to tackle it. More