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The Pain Science Division is a special interest group of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association that serves physiotherapists who have an interest in better understanding and managing pain and in connecting with likeminded clinicians, educators and researchers.   Arthur Woznowski-Vu, PT, PhD(...
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CALL FOR MENTORS: PAIN SCIENCE DIVISION (PSD) MENTORSHIP PROGRAM The PSD is committed to providing resources and opportunities for professional development in the field of pain, with the ultimate objective of raising the quality of physiotherapy care for Canadians living with pain.  To this end, ...
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The CPA’s special interest and clinical practice Divisions offer significant value-added benefits to members. Division memberships are available to CPA members for a small additional fee (free for student members). To add a Division to your membership, please contact us at 1-800-387-8679 or send ...
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February 2021 Hello again! Here we are – in 2021. As much as the past year has been sewn with challenge and hardship, it has also been a year of growth and transformation of our shared profession. While the concept and practice of tele-rehabilitation is certainly not new, the widespread, normaliz...
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