Exercise & Pain: a Reasoned Approach to Dosing Exercise
Exercise

Exercise & Pain: a Reasoned Approach to Dosing Exercise

Exercise is commonly used by physiotherapists when working with people living with pain. Whilst exercise has been shown to have many health benefits and is supported by the evidence base, there can be challenges faced when engaging in exercise, specifically flare ups.

Exercise is commonly used by physiotherapists when working with people living with pain. Whilst exercise has been shown to have many health benefits and is supported by the evidence base, there can be challenges faced when engaging in exercise, specifically flare ups. This can lead to decreased engagement and perpetuation of psychosocial factors. Using a biopsychosocial approach this lecture aims to draw from various bodies of research to formulate an approach to using exercise dosage within chronic pain management.

 

Learning objectives:

You should be able to formulate a dosed exercise program

You should be able to use various objective measures in exercise

You should be able to discuss activity rehabilitation strategies

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