The episode is part of the "Pain Matters With Lorimer Moseley" podcast and discusses the history of pain's evolution over time.
Title: Pain Matters With Lorimer Moseley - Episode 3
Join Lorimer Moseley in Episode 3 of "Pain Matters" as he delves into the intriguing history of how our understanding of pain has evolved over time. In this episode, Lorimer shares his own personal memories and experiences related to history and introduces a fascinating journey through the world of pain research. Key points include the establishment of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), the groundbreaking gate control theory by Melzack and Wall, and how it changed the course of pain history. This episode explores the relevance of the gate control theory in today's complex understanding of pain processing and the pivotal role of brain imaging in advancing our comprehension of pain mechanisms. Don't miss this insightful exploration of the past and present in the fascinating realm of pain and neurophysiology.