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Pain Science and Sensibility

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Join co-hosts Sandy Hilton and Cory Blickenstaff, physical therapists who are "in the trenches" practicing in unique settings on opposite sides of United States, as they discuss current research and topics of pain science. Listen in on occasional interviews of the prominent figures of pain science.Read more

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053 Is Therapeutic Alliance a Bust?

Oct 27 • 32:10

Sandy and Cory discuss a recent paper that did not find an effect of providing education with therapeutic alliance in a chronic low back pain population. Does that settle the question of whether establishing a therapeutic alliance is worthwhile, or is there more to it? Of course there's more to it. Listen in on the conversation and see if you agree with our take.

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052 Beyond the BPS Model?

Feb 27 • 01:03:44

In this episode, Sandy and Cory take a look at this popular publication from 2019 proposing an "Enactive Approach" to pain. There's a lot to cover in this paper as it takes us through a history of pain science up to the Biopsychosocial model at which point it proceeds to point out some flaws in the model. GASP! Take a listen as the discussion unfolds....

2020 PT Podcast Network Holiday Extravaganza

Dec 14 • 59:23

050 Pain Flare-Up

Nov 16 • 43:23

Pain flare-ups are one of the most frustrating things for patients and clinicians alike. Are they normal? Who gets them? Why is it important to know their prevalence? What are Sandy and Cory's thoughts on dealing with them?  All this and more in episode 50!...

049 Contemplating Possibilities and the Impermanence of Pain

Aug 25 • 54:34

We are joined in this episode by Professor Lorimer Moseley AO for a casual chat about pain. Lorimer gave us his thoughts on recent and future clinical research and the translation of the evidence into the clinic.  Is there an expiration date for recovery from persistent pain? How can we enhance learning the things that matter? Was it a mistake to think that we could/should...

048 The SI Joint Narrative

Jun 27 • 57:27

Do you use SI joint tests? What type of information do the tests give you? Should you be using them? These are just a few of the questions that arise in the discussion of this recent perspective paper. Join us for episode 48!

Changing the Narrative in Diagnosis and Management of Pain in the Sacroiliac Joint Area. Palsson TS, Gibson W, Darlow B, et al. Phys Ther. 2019;99(11)...

047 Is It Safe For Women To Lift Heavy Things?

May 8 • 50:08

Is it safe to exercise and lift heavy things for people with pelvic organ prolapse symptoms? Or put more bluntly, will lifting heavy weights make your lady bits fall out? Is lifting weight asking for trouble? That is the question that our guest this month is seeking to answer and Sandy and Cory sit down to ask some questions about her recently published cross sectional stu...

046 Is There an Advantage to Pain Free Rehab?

Mar 13 • 43:08

These questions arise very frequently in rehabilitation. Should it hurt? Is it OK if it hurts? Will I set myself back if it hurts? Will I get better if it doesn't hurt? In this episode we examine a pair of articles that examine these questions. One article is an RCT that covers pain free vs. painful exercise in an acutely injured population, while the other is a systematic...

045 A Review of Surgery for Rotator Cuff Tears

Jan 27 • 39:59

A recent Cochrane review looked at studies of people with rotator cuff tears comparing those who had surgery with those who did not. What do you think they found? Did surgery provide benefit? Is it OK to go without surgery in these cases? Sandy and Cory discuss these findings and provide their clinical commentary in this episode of Pain Science and Sensibility.

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044 Cognitive Functional Therapy Vs. Group Therapy Plus Education

Nov 20 • 52:01

This episode covers a recent paper that compares a popular and trending approach, Cognitive Functional Therapy, against a group treatment and exercise intervention. The primary outcomes were pain and disability. The results may surprise you. Join Sandy and Cory as they discuss the findings, what to make of them, and the clinical impact....

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