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Two Pain Revolutionaries on Chronic Pain


G. Lorimer Moseley, PhD, FACP

Dr. Moseley has dedicated his clinical research to understanding the role the brain and mind play in chronic pain disorders. Professor of Clinical Neurosciences and Foundation Chair in Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia, Senior Principal Research Fellow at Neuroscience Research Australia and Chair of PainAdelaide, Moseley has a unique ability to teach the science of pain in a way that’s applicable to professionals and accessible to patients. He’s the only physiotherapist to have been appointed Nuffield Medical Research Fellow at Oxford University, UK, and has received the Ulf Linblom Award from the International Association for the Study of Pain.


David Butler, B Phty, GDAMT, M App Sc, PT

Clinician, author, lecturer and educator, David Butler passionately spreads his knowledge regarding the treatment of acute and chronic pain utilizing his insightful blend of manual-therapy skills with neurobiological evidence and clinical decision-making skills. Always the educator, he maintains a lively presence on, including monthly “noi notes,” intended to stimulate new thought on pain management and provide updates on neurodynamics and evidence-based medicine.

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