The Pain, Mind, and Movement SIG presented a satellite symposium at the 17th World Congress on Pain in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. This satellite symposium, Pain, Mind, & Movement: Applying Science to the Clinic, included keynote lectures from Marco M. Loggia on Imaging Neuroinflammation in Human Pain Disorders and Adriaan Louw on Pain Neuroscience Education in Clinical Practice: State of the Art and Future Avenues.
View Satellite Symposium Program.
View book of abstracts.
The Pain, Mind, and Movement SIG presented a topical workshop at the 16th World Congress on Pain. The topic of the workshop was Pain, Mind, and Movement Across the Lifespan: Integrating Science into Practice When Treating Pain in Children, Adults, and the Elderly.
The workshop covered pain, mind, and movement in children, presented by Rickard Wicksell (Karolinska Institutet, Sweden); adults, presented by Lorimer Moseley (University of South Australia, Australia); and the elderly with osteoarthritis, presented by Timothy Wideman (McGill University, Canada).