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Pain and Rehabilitation is a peer-reviewed, Bi-annual journal of the Physiotherapy Pain Association and special interest group of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. The journal comprises a range of different articles types from orignial articles to systematic reviews and letters around the topic of pain and rehabilitation. The journal is multidisciplinary in its focus and welcomes submissions from all professionals working in this multidisciplinary field. the abstract of all articles will be freely avilable online. Full text articles are available free online to members of the Physiotherapy Pain Association, and access to individual PDF articles can be purchased by non members.

Publisher: Physiotherapy Pain Association

Volume 2014, Number 37, Summer 2014

Editorial

Free Content Editorial – Research is Child's Play
pp. 2-3(2)
Author: Ryan, Cormac

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Guest Editorial

Free Content Guest Editorial – A Tribute to Louis Gifford
pp. 3-4(2)
Author: Watson, Paul

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Articles

Free Content A Comparison of the Experience of Neck and Back Pain
pp. 13-20(8)
Authors: Crummey, Orla; Martin, Denis

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Free Content Title: A Current Overview of Tens in Pain Management: a Narrative Review
pp. 24-34(11)
Authors: Johnson, Mark I.; Jones, Gareth J.

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Free Content Chronic Mid Portion Achilles Tendinopathy is Not Associated with Central Sensitisation
pp. 34-40(7)
Authors: Skinner, Ian W; Debenham, James R; Krumenachera, Sarah; Bulsarab, Max K; Wand, Benedict M

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Research Officer Corner

Free Content Research Officer Corner
pp. 40-42(3)
Author: Roche, Patricia

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