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Old 17-06-2004, 07:09 AM   #1
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As information has changed dramatically over the last ten years regarding our understanding of pain, Physiotherapy texts have changed to accommodate the new information.
www.noigroup.com

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David Butlers site some excellent book recommendations apart from his own Explain Pain which is a good resource .
Physiotherapy Pain Association
http://www.ppaonline.co.uk/

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Louis Gifford's Site and editor of the groundbreaking PPA yearbooks Topical Issues in Pain Series
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The Topical Issues on Pain are/look really good but we have no access at all to them without costly subscription!

Local hospital library does not subscribe.


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Joining the PPA costs £10 a year -- the cheapest subscription of all the interest groups and the journal that Louis edits comes out 3/4 times a year - its usually pretty good....Bernard you could add this to the list and it is the cheapest by miles.....
The year books are approx £25 each I think but they are more for PT depts or maverick personal use - so far four are out ----the last one on placebo was excellent ......
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Ian and Nari,

I said that Somasimple will do your will! :wink:
I'll make a subscription soon!
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Re joining PPA

Cool idea, mon ami - but isn't this going to add up to an expensive account for you????

Can we contribute in some way?


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Nari,

Your presence on Somasimple is already a gift, mon amie.

Keep posting and continuing to be my friend, are very expensive things. :wink:
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Old 17-06-2004, 01:33 PM   #7
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Bernard

Such elegant turn of phrase - we are not used to this in Australia where a large majority of men might only say:

"Geez, love, you're a beaut shiela, give us a can of Foster's. What is that b----y awful dress you've got on? What's for tea?"

Mostly kidding -translation to follow if needed for all you foreigners..... :wink:



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I'm still a child with your slang aussie language.
My english dictionnary find the first word => Geez =Jesus.

I understand the sentence by the way!? :wink:
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