Dr. Chad Cook, PT, PhD, the Program Director of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Duke University, brings to light the value of psychologically-informed care. Getting deep into how it contributes to physical therapy and pain care, he lays down some literature about it - from the studies to the biases in them - showing how psychologically-informed practices are so hot right now and where they should improve. Dr. Cook talks about why pain mechanisms are important for every pain practitioner to understand and why this can benefit not only them as practitioners but those who are in pain or knows someone in pain.
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