PAIN: Do you get it? – The Pain Revolution comes to Boston

Join Connect Health and Professor Lorimer Moseley in Boston for a FREE, easy to understand talk about why your body hurts, why it keeps hurting and what you can do to help it!

Join Connect Health and Professor Lorimer Moseley in Boston for a FREE, easy to understand talk about why your body hurts, why it keeps hurting and what you can do to help it!

PAIN: DO YOU GET IT?    

Do you, or someone you love, live with chronic pain? Are you ready to learn how understanding pain can help you, and your whole community?

These are some of the questions that Internationally renowned Pain Scientist, Professor Lorimer Moseley will be answering when he comes to Boston to give his inspirational talk – THE PAIN REVOLUTION

Pain Revolution originated in Australia and is the brainchild of internationally acclaimed pain scientist, author and educator Professor Lorimer Moseley. In addition to his 25 years’ experience treating persistent pain, Lorimer has 300 published research articles and 6 books to his name, putting him at the forefront of thinking in contemporary pain science.

The fundamental message of the Pain Revolution movement is that despite the growing burden of chronic pain, we now know enough about recovery to be able to do something about. But to do this, we need to flip the way we think about and understand pain with a whole community approach. You can learn more about the Pain Revolution’s journey so far by visiting their website here: www.painrevolution.org 

The FREE session will be held at the Blackfriars Arts Centre from 4pm and is open to all!

Make sure don’t miss out on an event of a lifetime!

One that not only Boston, but the whole of Lincolnshire is sure to be talking about!

Register for the 10th September event

 

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Venue: Blackfriars Arts Centre, Spain Lane, Boston, PE21 6HP