Start here for pain interventions, treatment strategies, and pain management research.
An online educational tool for managing chronic pain.
Is neck pain after a whiplash injury always non-specific? Perhaps there are times when identifying a source of nociception is a worthwhile endeavor.
A series of 8 short topics explains pain to patients.
This section contains various books on pain management as well as other topics related to pain management.
Canada’s Food Guide, managed by the Government of Canada.
Suggestions to improve sleep.
David Walton discusses some of the challenges when trying to predict the future for people after a whiplash injury.
This is an online community chronic pain management program provided by what was the Champlain Integrated Health Network.
A clinical trial suggests motor control training program is no more effective than an education program. Dave Butler says we may see this as a positive result.
Systematic reviews provide a huge volume of information, but it is often difficulty to use in clinical practice. Anita Gross has some ideas about how knowledge translation tools may help to bridge this knowledge to action gap.
This folder contains a variety of online resources from around the world.
A variety of online resources from around the world.
This is an online course for health professionals managing pain in children.
A resource for self-managing paediatric pain.
Pelvic Pain Resources
Chronic Pelvic Pain Reading List (from the BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre)
Chronic Pelvic Pain Resources (from the BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre)
Online guided meditation videos for sleep, stress relief, and healing.
This section will contain links and resources for management of spinal cord injury neuropathic pain.
Fear and catastrophizing are two psychosocial factors that both predict physiotherapy outcomes, but also mediate recovery. This article addresses the importance of these factors for rehabilitation and how they can be targeted through physical therapy interventions.
In this section you can find a variety of people and organizations tweeting information about pain.