#MMTTV Q&A Time: When is it OK to Use a Pathoanatomical Explanation for Pain? | Modern Manual Therapy Blog

#MMTTV Q&A Time: When is it OK to Use a Pathoanatomical Explanation for Pain?


All regular blog readers will know my passion for Pain Science Education. Since the following question gets asked regularly via email and during my MMT Seminars, I thought I would answer it again on facebook live.

There seems to be an "all or nothing" approach to anything that a particular group or series of courses recommends. The same thing goes for Pain Science Education. Even though I use a neuro-centric model to explain pain, the emphasis would depend on how much kinesiophobia they have.

Check out the Q&A below!
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