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Systematic review found that pain neurophysiology education may reduce pain and psychological distress in people with chronic musculoskeletal pain

Musculoskeletal pain is prevalent, disabling and associated with high socioeconomic costs. In the 2000’s there was a paradigm shift in using education to treat musculoskeletal pain. Traditional education strategies focused on anatomy, biomechanics and the …

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Vote for which infographic you prefer for the systematic review that found that providing group-based pelvic floor muscle training for all women during pregnancy is more efficient than individual training

Last month we summarised the systematic review by Brennen et al. The review concluded that providing group-based pelvic floor muscle training for all women during pregnancy is more efficient than individual training. The PEDro Education …

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Systematic review found that providing group-based pelvic floor muscle training for all women during pregnancy is more efficient than individual training

Pelvic floor dysfunction and incontinence are common after pregnancy and childbirth. In the first 3 months after childbirth about one in three women have urinary incontinence and up to one in ten have faecal incontinence. …

Read moreSystematic review found that providing group-based pelvic floor muscle training for all women during pregnancy is more efficient than individual training

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