In this enlightening episode of the MasterSessions Pain Matters Podcast, join renowned pain researcher Lorimer Moseley and the Bart van Buchem as they delve into the fascinating story of Lorimer's early career in the world of pain research.
Lorimer shares his unexpected path from being a physiotherapy student to becoming a respected academic, all thanks to a motivating lecturer who saw his potential. Discover how a chance clinical encounter with a senior academic changed the course of Lorimer's career, leading him into the realm of scientific research.
Listen in as Lorimer reflects on the pivotal moment he crossed paths with David Butler, a prominent figure in manual therapy, and how this encounter reignited his passion for exploring the complexities of pain management beyond the traditional biomechanical perspective.
Explore the origins of Lorimer's first scientific paper during his PhD journey and how it laid the groundwork for his ongoing contributions to the field of pain research. Discover the enduring relevance of his early work and the insights that continue to shape our understanding of pain today.
Whether you're an aspiring researcher, clinician, or simply curious about the evolution of pain science, this episode offers a captivating glimpse into the roots of Lorimer Moseley's extraordinary career. Tune in to uncover the rich history of pain research and gain valuable insights for your own journey in the field.
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