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Old 06-05-2012, 01:57 AM   #1
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Here's an interview with Mick Thacker done by Morten Hoegh in Adelaide during NOI 2012. Morten is a Danish faculty member of NOI and has just completed the MSc Pain; Science and Society programme at King’s College, London lead by Thacker. The issue up for discussion is understanding pain from a theoretical and philosophical perspective.

Ole Reidar Johansen put a lecture with Mick.
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Mick goes back to the good old days where he wrote some extraordinary articles with the great Louis Gifford in the Topical Issues in Pain series.

Here's the presentation of him on the King's College London website.
He was fortunate to work together with Patrick Wall for a while. Amazing.

He's been characterized by Moseley as "the Worlds Nicest Smart Person".
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Great stuff Adam

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I would also add this interesting quote from his comment in this blogpost at Bodyinmind.org:

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"I would also add neuronal apoptosis as a topic as I believe that may relate to some of the changes seen on fMRI related to specific pain states. All this raises important questions of when to study, exercise and even think in relation to general health status. I think pain and illness place the brain in an immune mediated quiescent state where essential functions are prioritised over other non essential activities including intellectual and exercise activities."
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Here's an interview with Mick Thacker done by Morten Hoegh in Adelaide during NOI 2012. Morten is a Danish faculty member of NOI and has just completed the MSc Pain; Science and Society programme at King’s College, London lead by Thacker. The issue up for discussion is understanding pain from a theoretical and philosophical perspective.

Ole Reidar Johansen put a lecture with Mick.
part 2.

Mick goes back to the good old days where he wrote some extraordinary articles with the great Louis Gifford in the Topical Issues in Pain series.

Here's the presentation of him on the King's College London website.
He was fortunate to work together with Patrick Wall for a while. Amazing.

He's been characterized by Moseley as "the Worlds Nicest Smart Person".
In the lecture clips above, Mick talks about some studies on disc injuries and there mechanisms. But I can't make out the name of the authors , does anyone know what studies he is talking about and point me in the right direction?
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It sounds to me like Patricia Dolan and Michael Adams.
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Here is a podcast with Michael Adams.

There are some points that are very interesting if you are interested in the biology of the disc.

http://www.myrehabexercise.com/blog/archives/819
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We still haven’t figured out many things about tendonopathy.
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