Blog 3: “Sorry, but there are SO many more than 50 shades of grey in pain”

Medical experts love getting together and negotiating consensus positions for diagnostic and treatment guidelines and definitions. For example you are considered to have persistent (previously known as chronic) pain when you pass the three month mark from the onset by the official consensus-reached-by-many-experts conclusion. Furthermore you are entitled to ‘normal’ pain due to proportionate nociceptive (electrical signalling) stimulus in the…

Blog 2: “The extraordinarily different body structure of the compensation patient”

One of the most common comments you will hear in the orthopaedic world is – “The results of management, various interventions and surgeries are much worse in patients with a compensable injury and that is the fault of the ‘SYSTEM’ “ It is safe to say that this comment is widely agreed and it is also well supported by…

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