Explain Pain Supercharged
In this brand new clinician book, authors Butler and Moseley take the neuroimmune science of pain further than ever before.
A completely new text for clinicians and anyone working with pain patients, Explain Pain Supercharged offers the latest background on neuroimmune science, conceptual change theory, and educational science; everything that is required to use the Explain Pain suite of tools to deliver optimal outcomes.
Authors Butler and Moseley apply their unique style to take the neuroimmune science of pain further than ever before, providing a deep understanding of the neuroimmune biology of pain with over 100 ready-to-use clinical metaphors and therapeutic narratives.
- Learn to question your own theories, form solid theories, and set up a methodical way of thinking
- Recognize metaphors and learn how to enrich them as part of your therapeutic narrative
- Dive headfirst into the intricacies of the somatosensory system including the role of all skin receptors, ion channels, nociceptors, neuroimmune coupling, inflammation, and central sensitization 2.0
- Develop a collection of easily adaptable therapeutic narratives that translate complex science into digestible nuggets
- Find out which level of misconception the learner holds and how to target your individual education to them
- Adapt and create new Explain Pain curricula for your own special situations
The book is extensively cross-referenced with Explain Pain and the Explain Pain Handbook: Protectometer so that you’ll be able to enrich your patients’ experience no matter where they’re at on their pain journey.
Written by Associate Professor David Butler and Professor G. Lorimer Moseley.
Illustrated. Softcover; 238 pages.
So much knowledge
Pain Neuroscience CoursesReady to learn more about neuroscience? Attend one of the upcoming Neuro Orthopaedic Institute (NOI) courses on their U.S. schedule:
- January 13, 2018; Clearwater, FL | Explain Pain
- February 10, 2018; Milwaukee, WI | Mobilisation of the Neuroimmune System
- March 3, 2018; Buffalo, NY | Mobilisation of the Neuroimmune System
- March 17, 2018; Longmont, CO | Explain Pain
- March 24, 2018; Grand Rapids, MI | Mobilisation of the Neuroimmune System
- April 6, 2018; Dover, NH | Explain Pain
- June 23, 2018; Ventura, CA | Explain Pain