OPTP Adds New Explain Pain Supercharged to Its Extensive Collection of Pain Science Books
OPTP has added a new book to its growing collection of pain education and neuroscience works. Explain Pain Supercharged, written by David Butler and Lorimer Moseley, is a completely revised and enhanced version of the extremely popular Explain Pain book that was originally released in 2003.
The updated book contains new and expanded content on the neuroimmune science of pain, and is a highly practical textbook that pain professionals can use to expand their knowledge base and apply complex concepts effectively in their everyday practice.
The book dives deeply into the complex biology of pain to provide:
- 238 pages of entirely new content and original artwork
- A deep understanding of the neuroimmune biology of pain
- Educational science and conceptual change theory
- Over 100 ready-to-use clinical metaphors and therapeutic narratives
The book is designed for all health professionals treating pain as well as anyone teaching people about pain. It is cross-referenced with Explain Pain and the Explain Pain Handbook by the same authors, allowing clinicians to enrich the experience regardless of where patients are at on their pain journey.
To learn more or purchase, visit the Explain Pain Supercharged product page.
About the Authors
David Butler, B Phty, GDAMT, M App Sc, PT is a clinician, author, lecturer, and educator utilizing a blend of manual-therapy skills, neurobiological evidence, and clinical decision-making skills. G. Lorimer Moseley, PhD, FACP is Professor of Clinical Neurosciences and Foundation Chair in Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia, Senior Principal Research Fellow at Neuroscience Research Australia, and Chair of PainAdelaide.