Category : Brain training

Understanding Pain

Understanding Pain
Posted by Helen Potter on 16 February 2018 | Filed under Brain training, Chronic Pain, Pain
Your Beliefs about Pain Understanding Pain requires learning new concepts. If you already hold inaccurate beliefs about the pain, we need to undo these first. This may put you in conflict

Physio not Codeine for Pain Relief

Physio not Codeine for Pain Relief
Posted by Helen Potter on 02 February 2018 | Filed under Brain training, Chronic Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain, Tips
Physiotherapy not codeine for effective treatment of pain 31 January 2018 www.choosewisely.com.au               Australian Physiotherapy Association The APA recommend Physiotherap

What is Anxiety – How does it affect pain?

What is Anxiety – How does it affect pain?
What is Anxiety - How does it affect pain? Anxiety contributes to how your pain affects you. As the brain interprets signals from an injury, high anxiety may amplify the message

Helping you to Recover From Whiplash Injury

Helping you to Recover From Whiplash Injury
Posted by Helen Potter on 22 December 2017 | Filed under Brain training, Chronic Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain, Physiotherapy, Tips
Recover from Whiplash Injury Recovery following a whiplash injury ranges from full recovery to mild or persistent pain and disability. 50% of individuals fully recover 25% develo

‘Maintain brain size – exercise’

‘Maintain brain size – exercise’
Posted by Helen Potter on 22 December 2017 | Filed under Blog, Brain training, In Touch Physiotherapy
Maintain brain size - exercise'           Aerobic exercise improves memory function and maintains brain health as we age. (Australia’s Nation
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