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physiotalk @physiotalk
Good evening (or morning / afternoon if you are joining us from #globalpt ) Welcome to tonights #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
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Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
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Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
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Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
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Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk Good evening #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
We will start as usual with some welcomes and hellos! please do let us know who you are and where you are from #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
I'm joining in from Edinburgh tonight on the @physiotalk account #physiotalk
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Leila Heelas, Oxford #physiotalk
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
#physiotalk Good evening from Pete aka the @paintoolkit2 and I'm tweeting from North East Essex
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk Hi... Tina here... person living with persistent pain.... #physiotalk
Selina @sillyeena
@physiotalk pain physio from the walton centre liverpool #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Thanks to @PhysioPainAssoc for hosting the chat on pain tonight! A link in with this years #worldptday topic #physiotalk
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: Moving beyond the biomedical model in Physiotherapy for people with chronic pain. Join the #physiotalk in 1 HOUR!! ht…
physiotalk @physiotalk
@paintoolkit2 Welcome! #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk Hi everyone, I’m Ann, tweeting from Lincoln. Work with people living with pain & live with it too #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@LivingWellPain Great to have you joining in! #physiotalk
Lewis Lovegrove @_lewadam
Lewis, Lincs. Keeping an eye on the ###. #physiotalk
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
Hi. Diarmuid here in sunny Kent UK. I'm new to tweetchat so will probably be observing more than tweeting but really excited, as @PhysioPainAssoc chair, to be part of this during #PainAwarenessMonth #physiotalk
Sciatica Success @sciatica_uk
Hi, Claire from Bristol here @sciatica_uk #physiotalk
Corinne Birch @PhysioCorinne
@physiotalk Hello from Somerset I am a First Contact Practitioner working in Primary Care #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@diarmuiddenneny @PhysioPainAssoc These tweetchats all go a bit fast for me - so expecting to end up watching too! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@diarmuiddenneny @PhysioPainAssoc Great to have you joining in - I'm sure you will take part (Its hard not to when the conversation starts! ) #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@physiotalk Hello from Sweden! Mari here working in primary care. #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@LivingWellPain @diarmuiddenneny @PhysioPainAssoc They do! I have to use tweetdeck on laptop and look at my phone or iPad too, still don’t keep up #physiotalk
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
Hi all, I'm Bex. Physio working in my local pain management service. Still getting the hang of tweetchat/tweetdeck so will probably be watching more than tweeting #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
Paula working in mental health and piblic helath, lurking in the back ground. #Physiotalk Nottingham
Claire Campbell @ClaireC_PT
@physiotalk 👋🏻 Claire in Edinburgh tweeting from @PhysioPainAssoc tonight! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@LivingWellPain @diarmuiddenneny @PhysioPainAssoc If you don't use tweetdeck already its worth using it! I couldn't run a tweetchat without using it :) #physiotalk
Sigrun Groves-Raines @SigrunGroves
@physiotalk Sigrun, working in Pain Management in Forth Valley (physio). #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
@physiotalk Tweeting from London & part of the @physiotalk team tonight. A great subject. Anyone else from @BEHMHTNHS on here this evening #Physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk @diarmuiddenneny @PhysioPainAssoc Will look into it for next time.... #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Great to have so much interest in tonights chat from both physios and people living with persistent pain #physiotalk
Natalie Patterson @PhysioNatalie
@physiotalk Hello from Portsmouth #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
Forgot to say i also have a LTC with nerve and MSK pain..autoimmune disease #physiotalk
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
Hping our Danish (@MH_DK), Canadian (@innerchildca) and Irish (@niallhalliday) counterparts can join in too....or their members 😁#physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @physiotalk: Great to have so much interest in tonights chat from both physios and people living with persistent pain #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Lets get going with our first question tonight But just a quick reminder first for those not used to a tweet chat that you must put the hashtag #physiotalk in all your tweets. (As @_lewadam will be watching !)
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @diarmuiddenneny: Hping our Danish (@MH_DK), Canadian (@innerchildca) and Irish (@niallhalliday) counterparts can join in too....or thei…
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
RT @physiotalk: Lets get going with our first question tonight But just a quick reminder first for those not used to a tweet chat that you…
physiotalk @physiotalk
So a broad question to get us going tonight #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Q Are physiotherapists specialists in long term pain? #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@SigrunGroves @LivingWellPain @diarmuiddenneny @PhysioPainAssoc There’s a transcript after the chat, always helpful to see what I missed!#physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @physiotalk: Q Are physiotherapists specialists in long term pain? #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
RT @physiotalk: Q Are physiotherapists specialists in long term pain? #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @diarmuiddenneny: Hping our Danish (@MH_DK), Canadian (@innerchildca) and Irish (@niallhalliday) counterparts can join in too....or thei…
Emmanuel J Ng'wiza @ENgwiza
@physiotalk Hello PT's! I'm a physio working at Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute, following the talk all the way from Tanzania. #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk Some are, and if not they should be 😊 #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
@physiotalk @WCPT1951 Everyone welcome and you don’t have to be a Physiotherapist to join in! Just an interest in long term pain. Add #Physiotalk to your tweets.
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
Q1 Good question. I think some are, but many are not #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@ENgwiza Brilliant to have you joining in! #physiotalk
Jo Kitchen @J0Physio
@physiotalk Hello from Solihull, UK. I don’t work for a pain service but many pts have persistent pain #physiotalk
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
RT @physiotalk: Q Are physiotherapists specialists in long term pain? #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
RT @physiotalk: Q Are physiotherapists specialists in long term pain? #physiotalk
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@CatherineBather #physiotalk
Mark @MarkphysioNg
@physiotalk #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk Not necessarily, some are. They can be if for example, keeping up to date with the best available evidence, doing some relevant CPD, and learning from people living with pain #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@LivingWellPain @physiotalk Do you think all physios see people with long term pain? #physiotalk
Jo Kitchen @J0Physio
@physiotalk I think we can be but benefit from specialised physiotherapists, with additional training, coaching skills etc #physiotalk
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
I think many are trained in what I call the medical model. Physio Schools need to include the pain self-management model #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
@physiotalk I think we should be. Pain is persistent and can be long term. Lots of psychosocail factors involved. Listening is a vital skill. Physical activity makes such a difference and we're getting better at that as a profession. #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@LivingWellPain @physiotalk I agree. I think that pain is what most people are coming to us with in general clinics and so I think our knowledge, understanding and passion for pain and the science of pain should be in constant development #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@physiotalk I think we should be specialists in long term pain but I believe many physios feel inadequate in the field. It is a difficult patient group but I believe physios are often better than nurses and doctors when it comes to helping these patients #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk Hi I'm J based in the South Central owner of Design Rehabilitation: we case manage provide, physio, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy & more & also founder of #MindfulnessMedicinePTI #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @mariand84: @physiotalk I think we should be specialists in long term pain but I believe many physios feel inadequate in the field. It i…
Selina @sillyeena
@physiotalk Q1: not all but they can be if they have the relevant experience and understanding of chronic pain and its impact to help people manage its impact #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk The honest answer is yes, but guessing from your question they don’t.... I guess respiratory PTs etc don’t, but surely most MSK ones do? #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
RT @mariand84: @physiotalk I think we should be specialists in long term pain but I believe many physios feel inadequate in the field. It i…
Derek Griffin @DerekGriffin86
@physiotalk Physios are well placed to help people with pain. But the message should be that the simple things done well make the difference. You don't need to be a "specialist" & this is an important message for younger or less experienced therapist to understand #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @J0Physio: @physiotalk I think we can be but benefit from specialised physiotherapists, with additional training, coaching skills etc #p
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
@paintoolkit2 I would definitely agree with this. When I started in Pain Management service I looked back through my uni notes for pain info and found one lecture's worth #physiotalk
Corinne Birch @PhysioCorinne
#physiotalk Q1 my knowledge of persistent pain as grown alongside my clinical experience & as a young physio I feared seeing patients as I felt I had no tools to help. Now however with tools such as paintoolkit I feel confident to help patients manage their pain
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @spiteri_anna: @physiotalk @WCPT1951 Everyone welcome and you don’t have to be a Physiotherapist to join in! Just an interest in long te…
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@PhysioPainAssoc @LivingWellPain @physiotalk No, but I think that many physios see people experiencing pain...I'm not sure that being a specialist in pain is only for PTs working in long term pain #physiotalk
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@physiotalk Sophie here joining from Edinburgh #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk Certainly is a broad opener. Experts in, mechanisms, psychology, treating, coping? All of the above? Due to unique nature of each person's lived experience of LT pain I'd say its difficult to be #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@mariand84 @physiotalk I agree.... PTs can be a real help to ppl with persistent pain.... 😊 #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk Depends how you define specialists, they certainly work with huge numbers of people with #chronic #longtermpain #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@Manning2Paula @physiotalk So true #physiotalk
Jo Kitchen @J0Physio
@PhysioPainAssoc @LivingWellPain @physiotalk Yes but we might not directly treat it. E.g. patient with Parkinsons’ who also had long term hip from OA impacts treatment approach and rehab but isn’t primary focus #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@LivingWellPain @PhysioPainAssoc So perhaps the question might be should ALL physios be aware of issues with long term pain? #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@LivingWellPain @physiotalk We know that people with pain have other conditions too though!! 😉 #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @physiotalk: Lets get going with our first question tonight But just a quick reminder first for those not used to a tweet chat that you…
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @DerekGriffin86: @physiotalk Physios are well placed to help people with pain. But the message should be that the simple things done wel…
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @physiotalk: Great to have so much interest in tonights chat from both physios and people living with persistent pain #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @LivingWellPain @physiotalk We know that people with pain have other conditions too though!! 😉 #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk @LivingWellPain @PhysioPainAssoc Yes and more than aware I would say #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @physiotalk: Thanks to @PhysioPainAssoc for hosting the chat on pain tonight! A link in with this years #worldptday topic #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @physiotalk: Good evening (or morning / afternoon if you are joining us from #globalpt ) Welcome to tonights #physiotalk
Joe O Donnell @Joeod86
RT @DerekGriffin86: @physiotalk Physios are well placed to help people with pain. But the message should be that the simple things done wel…
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @physiotalk: Not sure how to tweet chat ahead of #physiotalk at half past? Take a look here - but just join in anyway! Just remember…
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
I think it is very likely that almost all physios encounter individuals with pain. In my experience colleagues from other specialist areas are keen to discuss how to approach working with people with persistent pain. #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @heelas_leila: I think it is very likely that almost all physios encounter individuals with pain. In my experience colleagues from other…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc Absolutely..... even if I attended a respiratory physio, I still have a long term pain condition they need to take into account etc..... #physiotalk
Pamela Kipps Hansford @PamKHphysio
@physiotalk #physiotalk Pam Hansford #WeAHPsActive ClimbingStairs @MarinersWharf1 yesterday after celebrating @DrNgoziOnyia GBM award for #BestPatientCentered Hospital in Nigeria Named #PALEONHospital in honour of her daughter Patricia, who passed away 16 years ago @ school here in #CapeTown https://t.co/kkh2k5sq7z
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
Do Physios know how many people in the UK live with long-term pain? If you was not aware....its 28million #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @LivingWellPain: @physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc Absolutely..... even if I attended a respiratory physio, I still have a long term pain co…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Absolutely.... 😊 #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk Not saying we shouldn't try to be mind you. The evidence of benefits of exercise for persistent pain means we are well placed to do so. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Some great responses and food for thought already! So, lets move onto a more specific theme for our next question #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk What support do you think would be helpful to increase physios' confidence in working with people with long term pain #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @theLDphysio: @physiotalk Not saying we shouldn't try to be mind you. The evidence of benefits of exercise for persistent pain means we…
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
RT @paintoolkit2: Do Physios know how many people in the UK live with long-term pain? If you was not aware....its 28million #physiotalk
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Q What skills should a physiotherapist have that supports people with long term pain? #physiotalk
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
@physiotalk Agree all physios have skills to support people with long term pain but also I think it is possible to develop specialist skills with experience, mentoring and training #physiotalk
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@physiotalk Although our role as Physio’s is to help treat and manage pain. I think it is fair to suggest that some therapists are more specialised than others in this area as a result of experience and additional training #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
RT @physiotalk: Q What skills should a physiotherapist have that supports people with long term pain? #physiotalk
Selina @sillyeena
@PhysioPainAssoc @LivingWellPain @physiotalk Getting a person to have the confidence to safely engage in physical activity and experience success with this and repeating this is an important part of managing all long term conditions #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @physiotalk: Q What skills should a physiotherapist have that supports people with long term pain? #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
RT @sillyeena: @PhysioPainAssoc @LivingWellPain @physiotalk Getting a person to have the confidence to safely engage in physical activity a…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@PhysioPainAssoc @DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk Good question.... training in communication skills, desire and ability to work multi-disciplinary, expert patient support... #physiotalk
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Learning about psychologically-informed approaches as an undergraduate, access to ongoing supervision when learning skills in psychologically informed PT #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@diarmuiddenneny Do you have any specific training that you would recommend? #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk Some that spring to mind -compassion, coaching, communication #physiotalk
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
Q2 Basic Skills? - Self efficacy would be useful and a start #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @sillyeena: @PhysioPainAssoc @LivingWellPain @physiotalk Getting a person to have the confidence to safely engage in physical activity a…
Morten Hoegh, PhD @MH_DK
RT @diarmuiddenneny: Hping our Danish (@MH_DK), Canadian (@innerchildca) and Irish (@niallhalliday) counterparts can join in too....or thei…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk Communication skills, understanding of pain, understanding biopsychosocial model, mental health awareness etc etc... #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk Life skills, interest in personal development, an ability to be humble & listen, communicate well, to be open to learning & accept others maps of the world & the socio-ecological model of health #Physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @heelas_leila: Learning about psychologically-informed approaches as an undergraduate, access to ongoing supervision when learning skill…
Mark Woolvine @MarkWoolvine
#physiotalk an integrated skill set that reflects the context of living with persistent pain
Tina @LivingWellPain
@diarmuiddenneny @physiotalk Agreed... 😊 #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@UnityPhysio @physiotalk What type of training do you think is most helpful? #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk I think at undergrad pain=bad/damage is too often drilled into us which doesn't help #physiotalk
Corinne Birch @PhysioCorinne
@physiotalk #physiotalk empathy, communication skills especially listening, motivational interviewing, non judgmental, CBT skills
physiotalk @physiotalk
Just a bit of a hashtag reminder! You need to include #physiotalk in all of your tweets during the hour long chat please
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@LivingWellPain @PhysioPainAssoc @DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk Agree with those, maybe guidance with relevant CPD, mentoring as well could help #physiotalk
Pamela Kipps Hansford @PamKHphysio
RT @heelas_leila: Looking forward to participating in tonight’s physiotalk in support of #worldPTday Physiotherapy and Chronic Pain #physio
Tina @LivingWellPain
@PhysioCorinne @physiotalk Agreed... 😊 #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@paintoolkit2 Definitely Pete! What type of experience with health professionals can support people to increase self efficacy? #physiotalk
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
Basic selfmgt skills for people with long-term pain to selfmge - Goal setting / Action planning - Pacing daily activities - Problem solving - Keeping active, stretching and exercise - Knowing what to do if something goes wrong (have a setback plan) #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @LivingWellPain: @physiotalk Communication skills, understanding of pain, understanding biopsychosocial model, mental health awareness e…
Mari @mariand84
@physiotalk Coaching, listening, seeing the whole person, being able to educate what pain is and how 2 use for example exercise as a way of reaching acceptance and as a coping method #physiotalk
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Training in sound MSK assessment skills, good understanding of the evidence base for chronic pain (physical and psychological), undertaking training with psychologists, formal counselling skills training. #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@UnityPhysio @PhysioPainAssoc @DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk And the ability to form strong therapeutic alliances.... and just be genuinely interested.... #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Ummm not sure I could say anything is more helpful than anything else, all interlinked. Without coaching and communication guess nothing to hand anything else on, communication is certainly part of core skills #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@physiotalk ACT skills #physiotalk
Michael Butler @10mdb
@physiotalk The ability to listen, to coach, and to fully understand the biopsychosocial aspects of pain. With the ability to seek help from other professionals - psychologists/nurses/OT/medics/health coaches who will add real value as part of a powerful MDT #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
The PPA is offering a range of courses at the moment https://t.co/jUiXtG0mCN #physiotalk
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@physiotalk It is crucial to be understanding and compassionate to support people with long term pain. We must ensure they feel as though they are being heard and understood, making them feel comfortable and confident to engage in treatment #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @10mdb: @physiotalk The ability to listen, to coach, and to fully understand the biopsychosocial aspects of pain. With the ability to se…
physiotalk @physiotalk
Lots of common themes coming through for the skills / training needed #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: The PPA is offering a range of courses at the moment https://t.co/jUiXtG0mCN #physiotalk https://t.co/lXkFvnBbtr
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: The PPA is offering a range of courses at the moment https://t.co/jUiXtG0mCN #physiotalk https://t.co/lXkFvnBbtr
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
@physiotalk Hello, sorry I am late to the party! Chris here tweeting from Glasgow #physiotalk
JOSPT @JOSPT
RT @physiotalk: Q What skills should a physiotherapist have that supports people with long term pain? #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @physiotalk: Lots of common themes coming through for the skills / training needed #physiotalk
Mark Woolvine @MarkWoolvine
#physiotalk I agree in principle Derek to your thoughts but then is listening 'doing something' to the patient..many struggle with this conception that they do not have to do something physical
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
RT @SophieMcPhysio: @physiotalk It is crucial to be understanding and compassionate to support people with long term pain. We must ensure t…
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Ongoing supervision with a psychologist if possible. An understanding of pain neuroscience. As stated, an interest and desire to listen and communicate #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk The same as you'd need to work with any other patient group? 🤷‍♂️ #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@physiotalk Ooh tough question. • critical thinking • problem solving • communication skills • self-care I think they need to be patient, compassionate,a strong moral and ethical code and to be deeply motivated. But there are a probably a hundred other answers! #physiotalk
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
@PhysioPainAssoc For people with long-term pain, pain itself ceases to be the main problem and others like sleep become more troublesome than the pain #Physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @heelas_leila: Ongoing supervision with a psychologist if possible. An understanding of pain neuroscience. As stated, an interest and de…
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
@physiotalk Communication, empathy, listening, not being frightened of pain, understanding the person you are working with and the wider issues related to their pain #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @paintoolkit2: @PhysioPainAssoc For people with long-term pain, pain itself ceases to be the main problem and others like sleep become m…
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk In addition a knowledge of aids, adaptations & appliances to help people with chronic pain lead a good life, local community groups & charities #physiotalk
Pete Moore @paintoolkit2
Q2 It would be useful for Physio to learn OT skills #physiotalk
Emmanuel J Ng'wiza @ENgwiza
@DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc Part of our undergraduate program we were exposed on different lessons about pain management. I still think putting more emphasis at early stage is crucial. #physiotalk
Michael Butler @10mdb
@ThePainGuide @chris_tarn @HethLynsey @SportsProPhysio good #physiotalk subject tonight
Tina @LivingWellPain
RT @wigmore_welsh: @physiotalk In addition a knowledge of aids, adaptations & appliances to help people with chronic pain lead a good life,…
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: The PPA is offering a range of courses at the moment https://t.co/jUiXtG0mCN #physiotalk https://t.co/lXkFvnBbtr
Sciatica Success @sciatica_uk
Q2. Yes, agree with ACT skills. And knowledge of neural pathways which I believe is a contributory factor for chronic pain. #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
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Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@paintoolkit2 It would! #physiotalk
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Thanks for all the responses so far tonight - keep them coming as we move towards the next question #physiotalk
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Q How do your attitudes and beliefs about pain and disability affect your practice? #physiotalk
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
@physiotalk Definitely #communicationskills All the knowledge and up to date science knowledge means little if we are unable to communicate to those we serve. Sadly these skills often called "soft". To quote @JohnLauner these should be called core skills. #physiotalk
Mark @MarkphysioNg
@physiotalk #physiotalk Listening skill, patience, good communication skills and a proper knowledge and understanding
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@PhysioCorinne @physiotalk I agree with all of the above especially CBT skills. My experience of CBT in practice (although minimal due to being a student!) to be of huge benefit in treating and managing long term pain #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@theLDphysio @physiotalk This is our thoughts exactly. So why is there an emphasis in psychologically informed practice in long term pain that sets it apart? Should these be core skills to all specialisms? #physiotalk
Hannah Ensor @stickmancrips
@physiotalk Lateral thinking and problem solving. Telling s/one with severe pain to be more active= disengage patient cos seems impossible. Saying exercise is important, what can we think of that might be doable, what practical solutions are there = much more useful. #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc Agree. I think the universities lack in this departement, at least in Sweden. #physiotalk
Derek Griffin @DerekGriffin86
@MarkWoolvine It is fundamental. Many patients raise the point that nobody has given them an opportunity to discuss their issues, problems etc. It is a consequence of the old fashioned rote method of Ax. #physiotalk
Selina @sillyeena
These are really useful and important points to help patients self manage and for physios to consider to support this #physiotalk, #ppa, #WorldPTday #PainAwarenessMonth #waltoncentre
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk What an interesting question.... #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @laurarathbone: @physiotalk Ooh tough question. • critical thinking • problem solving • communication skills • self-care I think they n…
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
RT @diarmuiddenneny: @physiotalk Definitely #communicationskills All the knowledge and up to date science knowledge means little if we are…
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@laurarathbone @physiotalk And caring for yourself! #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @diarmuiddenneny: @physiotalk Definitely #communicationskills All the knowledge and up to date science knowledge means little if we are…
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
@DerekGriffin86 @PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Totally agree with this focus on communication and empathy. Started some good work @GCUPhysio with core UG modules on this #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @theLDphysio @physiotalk Agree should be part of core skills for all #physiotalk
Mark Woolvine @MarkWoolvine
#physiotalk. . I agree with Leila..rethinking how we provide supervision..if being asked to use psychological skills then we as a profession need to evolve different models of supervsion
Hannah Ensor @stickmancrips
@paintoolkit2 Definitely. Incorporate exercise into daily living - practise active stand while brushing teeth etc! #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @DerekGriffin86: @MarkWoolvine It is fundamental. Many patients raise the point that nobody has given them an opportunity to discuss the…
IPTOP WCPT @iptopwcpt
@DerekGriffin86 @MarkWoolvine I wonder if its something that is adequately addressed in a CGA? Do we address long term pain issues effectively with older adults? #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk I had chronic pain from age 15 to 40, so I've a phenomenological knowledge & understanding of how disabling it can be. That's incredibly important when we are case managing people with chronic pain, it helps to understand how good life can be with a problem #Physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Exactly! Many of us have had to learn the importance of 'self-care' the hard way. I think this is always my number one advice to any physios. Whatever it is for each individual. #physiotalk
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RT @physiotalk: Q How do your attitudes and beliefs about pain and disability affect your practice? #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
RT @physiotalk: Q How do your attitudes and beliefs about pain and disability affect your practice? #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
@physiotalk I have to admit my knowledge about plantarfasciatis was drastically increased after I experienced the pain myself. #Physiotalk
BDA Yorkshire Branch @BDAyorkshire
RT @physiotalk: HALF AN HOUR TO GO! Its the #physiotalk tweetchat with @PhysioPainAssoc on Physiotherapy and Chronic pain https://t.co/…
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @theLDphysio @physiotalk Very good point! It might be worth considering why there appears to be more emphasis on psychological treatment of long term pain in comparison to other presentations and conditions. #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk I have to say I’ve never felt not believed I don’t think.... #physiotalk
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
I think that psychologically informed skills are important in all disciplines, however I think they are crucial in pain services due to high levels of distress that are encountered #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@wigmore_welsh @physiotalk Lived experience is priceless, but difficult when working with someone else's problem. How do you balance this? #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @physiotalk: Q How do your attitudes and beliefs about pain and disability affect your practice? #physiotalk
Mark @MarkphysioNg
RT @physiotalk: Q How do your attitudes and beliefs about pain and disability affect your practice? #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @wigmore_welsh @physiotalk Lived experience is priceless, but difficult when working with someone else's problem. How…
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk Now a lot of what we train at the #MindfulnessmedicinePTI integrates work that was helpful for chronic pain, mindful eating, breathing, moving and words, beliefs and communication #physiotalk
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@diarmuiddenneny @PhysioPainAssoc #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@PhysioPainAssoc @wigmore_welsh @physiotalk If you have some lived experience of pain, or other difficulties, then I’m guessing it helps to empathise and understand where someone might be coming from? Don’t know..... #physiotalk
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@PhysioCorinne #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@physiotalk I'm not really sure, but I do know that my attitude to pain shapes how I deal with pain myself, so I'm sure it must impact even subtly in my practice? #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@UnityPhysio @PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk https://t.co/A3nuBsEDrQ I think partly because of above We are taught, you must cure pain ASAP rather than saying "that's rubbish ur in pain, it's going to take time to get on top of this/I don't know what's causing ur pain" I don't think myself a pain specialist tho #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Listening & understanding the problems and pain are real. They are their own owned experience #physiotalk
Chloe Dooley @chloedooley99
@DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc We had a really useful session with @CardiffUPhysio and @GraemeGpt on motivational interviewing and communicating with patients suffering with persistent pain that focused on the basic skills that can be so beneficial for this patient group #physiotalk
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@physiotalk I often find it difficult to fully empathise with people as I have never personally experienced long term pain #physiotalk
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#physiotalk
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
@physiotalk Foundation understanding of physiological, psychological, sociological, behavioural aspects of pain. Then core skills including communication, empathy and active listening and psychological therapies #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@theLDphysio @physiotalk It's really difficult to unlearn that... #physiotalk
Derek Griffin @DerekGriffin86
@physiotalk I think fear is the biggest barrier. IMO the therapist's level of fear influences the plan. Flare up are a part of the rehab journey. This is a conversation I have on day 1. #physiotalk
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
We know from some of the evidence that therapist beliefs and attitudes do impact on the clinical interaction. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@PhysioPainAssoc @theLDphysio Do you think this is still the case? #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
Thank you for your honesty #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@paintoolkit2 @physiotalk Great addition here Pete! I think my beliefs & knowledge of mental health just continue to grow alongside my clinical skills in pain #physiotalk
HULC CRL @HULC_CRL
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: Thank you for your honesty #physiotalk https://t.co/XozFKGkWGi
HULC CRL @HULC_CRL
RT @laurarathbone: @paintoolkit2 @physiotalk Great addition here Pete! I think my beliefs & knowledge of mental health just continue to gro…
HULC CRL @HULC_CRL
RT @physiotalk: Join us for #physiotalk on 2nd Sep with @PhysioPainAssoc We'll be chatting all about Chronic pain - the focus of this year…
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
@PhysioCorinne @physiotalk I remember having a massive shift like this in my practice when I started working in a specialist pain service #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@LivingWellPain @PhysioPainAssoc @wigmore_welsh @physiotalk I think it gives a different understanding even though everyones experience is different, not sure can explain in a tweetchat! Can help empathy. It also can be helpful for people to hear you understand through own experience too #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@theLDphysio @physiotalk However it's not always a bad thing to learn because sometimes pain is a sign that needs good investigation before just labeling it chronic pain #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
#Physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Friendly reminder... #physiotalk #physiotalk #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Over half way through tonights chat - so time to bring on the next question . #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@wigmore_welsh @physiotalk Meeting the person where they are... Sounds really therapeutic #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@heelas_leila Absolutely ! #physiotalk
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Motivational Interviewing is great, particularly in terms of developing empathy and reflective listening but it's worth remembering that many people with pain are motivated already #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@physiotalk Attitudes and beliefs have changed with increased experience, I have gotten good help from the pain tool kit which I highly recommend. It is difficult to say have attitudes and beliefs impacts clinic #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@physiotalk @LePubNL Whoops #physiotalk
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Q How do you assess psychosocial factors in people with long term pain? #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@paintoolkit2 OT? #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
RT @DerekGriffin86: @physiotalk I think fear is the biggest barrier. IMO the therapist's level of fear influences the plan. Flare up are a…
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@iptopwcpt @DerekGriffin86 @MarkWoolvine ISAP have a Global Year of pain in Vulnerable Populations. I think the general consensus is that it isn't #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
#physiotalk officially kicked off
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk I agree with this Derek. Especially for us students or new grad Physio’s, fear is a barrier to treating people with long term pain #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @stickmancrips: @paintoolkit2 Definitely. Incorporate exercise into daily living - practise active stand while brushing teeth etc! #phys
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @DerekGriffin86: @physiotalk Physios are well placed to help people with pain. But the message should be that the simple things done wel…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@heelas_leila Indeed we are 😊😊😊😊. #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
@PhysioCorinne @physiotalk Hi Corinne, what an insightful comment that has resonated with our followers on the #physiotalk chat tonight.
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@UnityPhysio @LivingWellPain @PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Today I spoke to a physio with chronic pain who I worked with 9 years ago, apparently what I said & did was a pivotal moment for her & she is doing incredibly well now #physiotalk
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @DerekGriffin86: @physiotalk Physios are well placed to help people with pain. But the message should be that the simple things done wel…
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc Still taking students on placement at undergrad and postgrad and they still seem schooled in similar way I learnt 9 years ago. Pain mngmnet not mentioned until 3rd year, biopsycho etc approach whispered in y2 #physiotalk
Derek Griffin @DerekGriffin86
RT @SophieMcPhysio: @DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk I agree with this Derek. Especially for us students or new grad Physio’s, fear is a barrier…
IPTOP WCPT @iptopwcpt
@PhysioPainAssoc @DerekGriffin86 @MarkWoolvine So really important to get the message out using things like #WorldPTDay and their toolkit #physiotalk
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @PainPhysiosCan: #physiotalk officially kicked off https://t.co/0YsrWOCB3f
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk Start by talking and listening to them? And not jumping to conclusions.... #physiotalk
Hannah Ensor @stickmancrips
@physiotalk be open minded. Too often q is heard as uncooperative when actually trying to raise a practical issue. Then every issue raised by pt =irrational fear and ‘just move more’ lecture. As a contemporary dancer I’m not scared to move, but I want help finding a solution. #physiotalk
Michael Butler @10mdb
@physiotalk Important to acknowledge that we all have inherent biases based on our own experiences of pain/disability. By understanding your biases it enables you to understand how it may be having an impact on your practice #physiotalk #findyourblindspots
Mark Woolvine @MarkWoolvine
#Physiotalk using psychometric measures can be informative but mostly via the clients narrative
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@physiotalk Similar to what I said in reply to a previous question. Listen to the person and understand them. Ask open ended questions while being sure to stay on subject! #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@paintoolkit2 I worked in an interdisciplinary role (physio and OT) before becoming a physio in pain management. It has really helped. @ClaireC_PT #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @10mdb: @physiotalk Important to acknowledge that we all have inherent biases based on our own experiences of pain/disability. By unders…
physiotalk @physiotalk
@MarkWoolvine Do you have any suggested measures? #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @stickmancrips: @physiotalk be open minded. Too often q is heard as uncooperative when actually trying to raise a practical issue. Then…
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @LivingWellPain: @physiotalk Start by talking and listening to them? And not jumping to conclusions.... #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @physiotalk: Friendly reminder... #physiotalk #physiotalk #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @iptopwcpt: @PhysioPainAssoc @DerekGriffin86 @MarkWoolvine So really important to get the message out using things like #WorldPTDay and…
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @heelas_leila: Motivational Interviewing is great, particularly in terms of developing empathy and reflective listening but it's worth r…
Mari @mariand84
@physiotalk Anamnesis, how the patient behave and speak about their pain. I lack a good evaluation/screening tool. Ideas anyone? #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
Pete! @paintoolkit2 #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@paintoolkit2 Ok, thanks #physiotalk
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
@physiotalk Talk to them! We do have formal assessment questionnaires but they support the discussion more than anything else #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@10mdb @physiotalk Really good point, recognising and acknowledging biases really important.... 😊 #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@SophieMcPhysio Agree. But allowing the conversation to flow elsewhere may actually unearth important underlying factors which otherwise may not have been discussed? #physiotalk
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RT @mariand84: @physiotalk Anamnesis, how the patient behave and speak about their pain. I lack a good evaluation/screening tool. Ideas any…
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
#physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@PhysioPainAssoc @paintoolkit2 @ClaireC_PT As a case manager we have to know a lot around aids appliances and adaptations. When I trained we actually did both, plus OT really doesn't view the person as a patient, which was a brain shift some years back. #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@physiotalk Another good question. I'm returning to clinical practice after 2 years maternity and a years non-clinical work....so I'm interested in these answers! I'm sceptical of self-report Qr's because I think you learn more about the person through MI-style conversations. #physiotalk
Mark @MarkphysioNg
@physiotalk #physiotalk By being attentive to them, ascertaining the social integration of the individual, social disruption, work environment and also social support
Corinne Birch @PhysioCorinne
@physiotalk #physiotalk it is difficult in Primary Care in a 20 minute consultation to determine psychosocial influences & I find that it is often on subsequent consultations you find social & psychological factors. You can only really discover this with time & trust
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@wigmore_welsh @physiotalk Don't disagree. It's definitely a sign further assessment needed to rule out serious pathology. Unless we are talking spinal cord compression... #anotherketteloffish #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @LivingWellPain: @physiotalk Start by talking and listening to them? And not jumping to conclusions.... #physiotalk
Selina @sillyeena
@physiotalk listening and gaining an understanding of what is important to the person and what is influencing their experience of pain helps us to contextualize psychosocial factors and what areas we need to begin to address #physiotalk, #waltoncentre
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@physiotalk But ofcourse it's hard to track these changes over time and wouldn't cut it in research or proving outcomes. Interested to see how others do it! 🤓 #physiotalk
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@SophieMcPhysio I think it also permits the opportunity for the patient/therapist 'rapport' to be established #physiotalk
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RT @laurarathbone: @physiotalk But ofcourse it's hard to track these changes over time and wouldn't cut it in research or proving outcomes.…
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Allow individuals with pain to lead the narrative, having enough time is important IMO. When I worked in out-pts I used to do one 'normative' Ax then a psychosocial one next time #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk Create a safe space where they can share what it feels vulnerable to as the conversation develops through exploration. Listen with intent to understand. We use the EQ5D in NHS service, I have also used measures like HADS in past, use this sometimes #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@laurarathbone @physiotalk I don’t think you would learn that much about me from asking me to complete questionnaires... you woul dneed to talk with me.... So agree with your scepticism.... #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@mariand84 @physiotalk Talk to OT's they probably have a screen, or psychologists working with pain. It's the kinda thing used in UCHL #physiotalk
Mark Woolvine @MarkWoolvine
#physiotalk Yes, in my clinic PHQ-9 / GAD 7 and CPAQ but there are many others such as BPI Pain interference scale
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Please remember to add hashtag #Physiotalk to all your pearls of wisdom so we can see your comments & include your comment in transcript
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
@physiotalk Talk to them and really listen #physiotalk
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RT @MarkWoolvine: #physiotalk Yes, in my clinic PHQ-9 / GAD 7 and CPAQ but there are many others such as BPI Pain interference scale
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@LivingWellPain @physiotalk Assumptions were my undoing in the first couple of years of clinical practice. *cringe* #physiotalk
Hannah Ensor @stickmancrips
@physiotalk Always dig deeper! I was asked “what do you struggle with around the house” “everything!” “So you don’t do any housework *writes it down*” “of course I do housework - I just struggle with it” - completely changed the convo direction #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
RT @10mdb: @physiotalk Important to acknowledge that we all have inherent biases based on our own experiences of pain/disability. By unders…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk Asking your patient to self-reflect? #physiotalk
Michael Butler @10mdb
@LivingWellPain @physiotalk We all have them, trick is finding them!! #physiotalk https://t.co/70p3vj5BJa
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
@physiotalk @SophieMcPhysio Learning to shut up and listen was really important for me. People will tend to talk about the things most important to them which guides what factors relating to their pain they may need/want to address first #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @physiotalk: Please remember to add hashtag #Physiotalk to all your pearls of wisdom so we can see your comments & include your comment…
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RT @stickmancrips: @physiotalk Always dig deeper! I was asked “what do you struggle with around the house” “everything!” “So you don’t do a…
د.فارس العضيبي Faris Alodaibi @farispt
سؤال مهم: ما المهارات المتطلبة من أخصائي #العلاج_الطبيعي التي تساعد وتدعم الأشخاص الذين يعانون من #الألم المستمر؟ شاركونا آرائكم #الألم_المزمن #فهم_الألم #شهر_التوعية_بالألم #الألم
Derek Griffin @DerekGriffin86
@physiotalk Important to introduce psychosocial factors as contributors to pain e.g. how is your pain affecting your mood; are there any additional stresses other than pain that you are dealing with; where do you see your recovery going etc. Open ended Q that encourage reflection #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk So far as formalised screening...see above/below. I do use many of the points as mentioned above. #physiotalk https://t.co/VpUzFQaVKn
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @physiotalk: Please remember to add hashtag #Physiotalk to all your pearls of wisdom so we can see your comments & include your comment…
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @paintoolkit2 @ClaireC_PT Ive worked, and still do, closely with OT’s as part of neuro rehab side of my role and it has helped a lot too #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Some great conversations here! Lets move onto the next question #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk It was below!!!!! #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@stickmancrips @physiotalk I could train you in some awesome questions to ask to go deeper with that #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
RT @physiotalk: @SophieMcPhysio Agree. But allowing the conversation to flow elsewhere may actually unearth important underlying factors wh…
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Q What does psychologically informed physiotherapy practice mean to you? #physiotalk
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
Next question is coming!!! Get ready #GlobalPT #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@LivingWellPain @physiotalk Its difficult isnt it. Qrs have become a kind of clinic necessity but how much are they actually working for the patient. We've talked about this in the services I've worked at a lot and as I'm now planning a new role here in NL.The system needs it, but do we?#physiotalk
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @physiotalk: Q What does psychologically informed physiotherapy practice mean to you? #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @physiotalk: Q What does psychologically informed physiotherapy practice mean to you? #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk Now there’e another good question..... #physiotalk
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#physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@PhysioCorinne @physiotalk There are some Qs like the Orebro designed to highlight issues for further discussion. #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @physiotalk: #physiotalk https://t.co/PBZXr9gyDc
physiotalk @physiotalk
@LivingWellPain The @PhysioPainAssoc came up with some good ones :) #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
@wigmore_welsh @stickmancrips @physiotalk Have you got any examples of questions that could be used? Could you send a link that could be included in the #Physiotalk transcript?
Pamela Kipps Hansford @PamKHphysio
RT @laurarathbone: @physiotalk Ooh tough question. • critical thinking • problem solving • communication skills • self-care I think they n…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc 😊😊😊 #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk And we use PHQ-9 in NHS service too. Am not a massive fan of questionnaires but they have a place #physiotalk
Max Tranquilo @MrTranquilo
RT @laurarathbone: @LivingWellPain @physiotalk Its difficult isnt it. Qrs have become a kind of clinic necessity but how much are they actu…
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @physiotalk: Friendly reminder... #physiotalk #physiotalk #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@physiotalk #physiotalk I bang on about this a lot.Hopefully it WILL mean nothing as we will all be trained from undergrad!But right now itis a choice for us to develop psychology base and https://t.co/OpZXzxnOhj is a choice we must make fulfil our role as PTs.We work with humans not tissues
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Agree with Selina re: an understanding of influencing factors helps to develop a treatment plan (formulation). When using psych approaches as a PT I think it is useful to gain consent. #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @laurarathbone: @physiotalk #physiotalk I bang on about this a lot.Hopefully it WILL mean nothing as we will all be trained from undergr…
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
@SigrunGroves @physiotalk We find at times it prepares people that we might ask questions that they may not expect from a physiotherapist (e.g. psychological risk) #physiotalk
Mehmet Gem @MehmetGemPT
@physiotalk #physiotalk also sometimes you need to the ability to just be flexible and forget the normal clinical routine. Don’t stress to jump to physical exam & miss out key conversations with the pt
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
@physiotalk Great Q and one I've struggled to identify a consensus view on in the literature #physiotalk. Very interested in what answers i see here!
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk Never heard the phrase before. Isn't all treatment psychologically informed? As opposed to what? Not giving a proverbial what the person says? #genuinequestion #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@UnityPhysio @physiotalk I agree they have a place... but danger is in how they are interpreted sometimes I think.... #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @heelas_leila: I think it is very likely that almost all physios encounter individuals with pain. In my experience colleagues from other…
physiotalk @physiotalk
@PhysioPainAssoc @PhysioCorinne If like me this was new to you - here it is (or what I think it is after a quick Google!) #physiotalk https://t.co/F6JIw1lkA1
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk #physiotalk We use a huge broad wide definition of health in case management, discuss EVERYTHING, every aspect of life. We have two to two & a half hours for an INA and that's just a start. We probably reach a first level & over months we gain trust & more is revealed #physiotalk
Kyle Vader @vader_kyle
@physiotalk Great question! When assessing psychosocial factors in practice I use my own clinical judgement + outcome measures (eg PCS, PHQ-9, PSEQ). I work alongside fantastic Psych, OT & SW colleagues who also provide guidance as needed #physiotalk
Sigrun Groves-Raines @SigrunGroves
@physiotalk I try to leave my biases at the door but at least recognising them if I can’t is really useful. #physiotalk
Chloe Dooley @chloedooley99
@MehmetGemPT @physiotalk Something I’m definitely learning as a student - listening is one of the most important skills in our toolbox if we use it well #physiotalk
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RT @vader_kyle: @physiotalk Great question! When assessing psychosocial factors in practice I use my own clinical judgement + outcome measu…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@heelas_leila Oooo.... why? #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @vader_kyle: @physiotalk Great question! When assessing psychosocial factors in practice I use my own clinical judgement + outcome measu…
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @vader_kyle: @physiotalk Great question! When assessing psychosocial factors in practice I use my own clinical judgement + outcome measu…
Mark @MarkphysioNg
@physiotalk #physiotalk I think it means managing patient conditions in a way designed to take the psychological and emotional needs /issues into account
HULC CRL @HULC_CRL
RT @vader_kyle: @physiotalk Great question! When assessing psychosocial factors in practice I use my own clinical judgement + outcome measu…
Mark Woolvine @MarkWoolvine
#physiotalk Its an awareness of the context of pain and the function ( reasons) for both clients behaviour and ours in the clinic
Jane Beecher @janebeecher2
RT @physiotalk: Q How do your attitudes and beliefs about pain and disability affect your practice? #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@theLDphysio @physiotalk Psychologically informed as opposed to biomedically focused. But, in all honesty, people have tried to describe it in the literature, but we don't know if one person's understanding will match anothers... #physiotalk
Sigrun Groves-Raines @SigrunGroves
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: The PPA is offering a range of courses at the moment https://t.co/jUiXtG0mCN #physiotalk https://t.co/lXkFvnBbtr
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@physiotalk #physiotalk it means opening out our experience&evidence base to include psychology. knowing how to use some tools effectively and appropriately, whilst knowing our boundaries. & embracing the human experience of the person that pains. &knowing what we bring 2 their experience
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @diarmuiddenneny: @physiotalk Great Q and one I've struggled to identify a consensus view on in the literature #physiotalk. Very interes…
physiotalk @physiotalk
@vader_kyle Do you think it is important to work in a team when working wit people with long term pain? #physiotalk
Jo Kitchen @J0Physio
RT @physiotalk: #physiotalk https://t.co/PBZXr9gyDc
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @theLDphysio @physiotalk Psychologically informed as opposed to biomedically focused. But, in all honesty, people have…
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@LivingWellPain @heelas_leila Consent should be obtained if a Physiotherapist isn't officially trained certified & covered to practice psychological approaches. A Physio doing physio/psycho may not be seen to be doing physio by a court #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@MarkphysioNg @physiotalk Agree with Mark #physiotalk
Lewis Lovegrove @_lewadam
RT @MehmetGemPT: @physiotalk #physiotalk also sometimes you need to the ability to just be flexible and forget the normal clinical routine.…
Mark Woolvine @MarkWoolvine
#physiotalk and then building simple skills into our practice that we are willing to build, supported by supervsion.
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Psychologically informed is using an open, non-judgemental, active listening style. Respecting the wishes / needs of person with pain and formulating treatments. Level of psych approach depends on skill, confidence and supervision #PhysioTalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk @vader_kyle Absolutely 😊😊😊 #physiotalk
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
@physiotalk @vader_kyle It is definitely very useful to have an MDT to help support the patients. But equally its is important for our well-being as clinicians to have a support network around us #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @heelas_leila: Psychologically informed is using an open, non-judgemental, active listening style. Respecting the wishes / needs of pers…
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
Relevant to our @Physiotalk chat this evening. Living with long term pain - the voice of people with lived experience #Physiotalk.
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
How do we check our biases? Great point!
Kyle Vader @vader_kyle
@physiotalk To me, psych informed PT is using a BPS approach where you tailor your approach based on psych factors (eg fear of movement, negative thoughts about pain, etc). I often think that psych informed PT is focused on a contemporary approach vs ‘traditional’ PT (MT focus) #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk Hmmm complicated! Includes having knowledge and skills in different things like ACT, CBT, Compassion Focused Therapy to help understand and treat the whole person. Definition - I don’t know how to define it! #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@wigmore_welsh @heelas_leila But surely that’s not what psychologically informed means? That the PTs are working as psychiatrists/psychologists? #physiotalk
Mark @MarkphysioNg
RT @heelas_leila: Psychologically informed is using an open, non-judgemental, active listening style. Respecting the wishes / needs of pers…
physiotalk @physiotalk
#physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk @vader_kyle It's imperative, my teams include private OT, Physio, Gym PT, Psychologist, NHS OT, Physio etc & NHS Pain Consultants, Ortho/Rheumatology/Anaeshetics & Private the same & more. Usually about 12 people #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
How do we check our biases?? Great point! #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @heelas_leila: We know from some of the evidence that therapist beliefs and attitudes do impact on the clinical interaction. #physiotalk
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
@theLDphysio @physiotalk For me it's about utilising psychological approaches like CBT, ACT, MI etc, having awareness of the underpinning psychological theory helps, as well as self awareness, and understanding of behaviour change theory and therapeutic alliance...so many things and more! #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk It's a new one to me and seems to be pulling the opposite way to biomedical. Not a fan of either tell you the truth... Surely it's about pt and evidence? #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @DerekGriffin86: @physiotalk I think fear is the biggest barrier. IMO the therapist's level of fear influences the plan. Flare up are a…
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
@theLDphysio @physiotalk I would agree with this to an extent- hopefully all of my physio practice is psychologically informed #physiotalk I do however understand that there is a different level which is essential to effectively manage people with complex pain
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
RT @diarmuiddenneny: @theLDphysio @physiotalk For me it's about utilising psychological approaches like CBT, ACT, MI etc, having awareness…
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @SigrunGroves: @physiotalk I try to leave my biases at the door but at least recognising them if I can’t is really useful. #physiotalk
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
Agree, approach tailored to patient need and presentation. e.g. if anxiety severe, explanations may not be helpful. Addressing activity through a behavioural experiment or experiential learning may be more helpful #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@wigmore_welsh @LivingWellPain @heelas_leila Any thoughts on this? #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk If we're looking for positive outcomes we should also consider the "give the pt what they want" approach as that is associated with positive outcomes too #physiotalk #lesssilos
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @diarmuiddenneny: @theLDphysio @physiotalk For me it's about utilising psychological approaches like CBT, ACT, MI etc, having awareness…
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@DerekGriffin86 @physiotalk Agree! #physiotalk
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
@diarmuiddenneny @theLDphysio @physiotalk Yep, sounds about right to me #physiotalk #easiersaidthandone
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@physiotalk True. This also highlights the importance of listening #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @LivingWellPain: @physiotalk @vader_kyle Absolutely 😊😊😊 #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@LivingWellPain @heelas_leila There are boundaries and times to refer on to clinical experts. Knowing something doesn't mean you are certified, qualified and covered under your insurance to use the skills you read in a book or on a course. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Heading towards 5 minutes to go! So time for our final question #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@heelas_leila @physiotalk So... Treating the person no? #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Q How do physiotherapists develop assessment and management skills to enable people to live well with a long term pain condition? #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk Dum Dum DAAAHHHH #physiotalk
Selina @sillyeena
@physiotalk making sure we understand what makes things challenging so we can help someone overcome challenges in a way that is acceptable and engages the person sat in front of us. giving someone a good enough reason to risk change #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk @vader_kyle Absolutely #physiotalk
PainResearchEducation @SanDiegoSummit
RT @paintoolkit2: @PhysioPainAssoc For people with long-term pain, pain itself ceases to be the main problem and others like sleep become m…
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@theLDphysio @physiotalk It''s not really, it's about adding. Physchologically informed physiotherapy is still physiotherapy. It still focuses on getting people back to what they enjoy doing. #physiotalk
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
@PhysioPainAssoc Absolutely how often do we consider what we're bringing to the table....#physiotalk
Mark Woolvine @MarkWoolvine
#physiotalk simple skills...socratic questioning, M.I, behaviour change principles under appetitive control..start small and build these skills upon your experience in practice..oh and use a tape recorder
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk @wigmore_welsh @heelas_leila The other interesting question is, should consent be obtained for all physio care, and do people think pts always realise they may be giving formal consent? Or indeed are they? I don’t know...Consent is an interesting topic waiting to be explored further I reckon.. #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @LivingWellPain: @physiotalk @wigmore_welsh @heelas_leila The other interesting question is, should consent be obtained for all physio c…
Lewis Lovegrove @_lewadam
@SophieMcPhysio @physiotalk https://t.co/Cl8VCN6l0o #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @physiotalk: Q How do physiotherapists develop assessment and management skills to enable people to live well with a long term pain co…
Kyle Vader @vader_kyle
@physiotalk The way that I conceptualize pain & disability has a tremendous impact on my approach when proving care to people living w chronic pain. This is why it’s critical we educate trainees on evidence informed models of pain. As this guides the provision of effective care #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk CPD in variety of areas including coaching, pain neuroscience, self-compassion practice, seeing people, earning from people living with pain and reflection, mentoring, self-care #physiotalk
Shailendra Kumar Saxena @physio_twtr
@physiotalk Socially and psychologically sensitive physio with ability to assess & modify biomechanical treatment from time to time based on the requirement. Physio who believes in right exercise prescription as the mainstay of treatment/ pain management. #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@physiotalk You nedd more in the way of encouragement for clinicians qualified a number of years ago to go back to uni & refresh Unfortunately as a case manager I 'meet' too many MSK physios who haven't a Scooby about modern pain approaches, neuroscience etc. Free courses #physiotalk
Claire Campbell @ClaireC_PT
@chrisseenan @theLDphysio @physiotalk I used a lot of psychologically informed practice working in a falls response and prevention of admission team. Found the approach very helpful to build confidence #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@LivingWellPain @wigmore_welsh @heelas_leila Its a topic we covered 2 years ago - https://t.co/kKmAe2hIov It is a complex area! #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
Join the discussion #physiotalk. Great questions & answers from #GlobalPT
Mari @mariand84
@physiotalk With experience. Of course an interest in long term pain must be the foundation #physiotalk
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @vader_kyle: @physiotalk The way that I conceptualize pain & disability has a tremendous impact on my approach when proving care to peop…
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@physiotalk #physiotalk for me it was stepping outside of the PT world&joining a closely integrated team like INPUT @GSTTnhs. I learnt so much about communication, assessment& helping people live their lives according to their own values.& constant updating thru education on science of pain.
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Admittedly chronic pain isn't something I consider myself a specialist in. But your above point is surely the cornerstone of ALL physiotherapy practice, so why the hoohaa of my way is diff/better?I get it's a bigger q than 150 characters allows an answer #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
RT @laurarathbone: @physiotalk #physiotalk for me it was stepping outside of the PT world&joining a closely integrated team like INPUT @GST
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @physiotalk: Q How do physiotherapists develop assessment and management skills to enable people to live well with a long term pain co…
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @physiotalk: Q How do your attitudes and beliefs about pain and disability affect your practice? #physiotalk
Tina @LivingWellPain
@physiotalk Think it would help for PTs to spend some time in their local communities somehow, with people with chronic pain, so they can gain an improved understanding/awareness of difficulties, community support available, etc etc... #physiotalk
Leila Heelas @heelas_leila
There is no defined route of training which is problematic. Training with psychologists, reading, reflective practice (yes, have someone listen and feedback to you) , supervision, understanding our own responses, applying principles to ourselves. #physiotalk
Living Well Physio @WellPhysio
@physiotalk Alot of it for me has been experiential learning. Reflecting on discussions and asking a colleagues advice. I have done post grad course on motivational interviewing. Also read a couple of books on the topic. #physiotalk.
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@physiotalk That should say learning from people...#physiotalk
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @10mdb: @physiotalk Important to acknowledge that we all have inherent biases based on our own experiences of pain/disability. By unders…
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
RT @LivingWellPain: @physiotalk Think it would help for PTs to spend some time in their local communities somehow, with people with chronic…
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@chrisseenan @physiotalk Completely, horses for courses. Adapt your treatment for the individual, im confused why all physios who are up to date with the literature can't do that and we need Sebastian who is specialist X, Sarah who only treats Y? #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
@wigmore_welsh @physiotalk @vader_kyle People with lived experience is an asset. Probably helps that I work in physical health in a mental health trust @BEHMHTNHS #physiotalk
Kyle Vader @vader_kyle
@physiotalk Skills that I’ve anecdotally found to be important for my work as a PT in an interprofessional chronic pain clinic: 1) skilled communicator, 2) knowledge of pain science, 3) BPS approach to care, 4) team-player & 5) willingness to keep learning #physiotalk
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
@physiotalk Definitely working with people with LTCs other than pain is helpful. As well as courses and qualifications, mentoring/supervision is key. And if possible I'd highly recommend talking to people with these conditions in a capacity other than being their PT. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Well - that's the allotted hour over! But please feel free to keep chatting (and still remember the #physiotalk hashtag of course!)
Sigrun Groves-Raines @SigrunGroves
@physiotalk Taking into account all of the other ‘stuff’ that may be impacting on them (life, love and the universe). #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@UnityPhysio @physiotalk That's what we're doing at #mindfulnessMedicinePTI Combining all the best & training clinicians to achieve an international certification #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@wigmore_welsh @physiotalk #physiotalk oh lovely. I think you're totally right here. It's about us supporting each other and inspiring each other to keep learning, keep being out of our comfort zone and lifting each other up when we need a boost. ✌
Maria Larcombe @marial_nz
@physiotalk Learn about pain neuroscience, appropriate language, goal setting and some psychological strategies. Also be confident with a comprehensive MSK Ax. Overall keep learning, and try to work in a good team! #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@theLDphysio @chrisseenan @physiotalk Do you think coaching skills help with this? I think it does #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@chrisseenan @physiotalk Disclaimer, names are arbitrary and reflect no individuals #physiotalk 😅
physiotalk @physiotalk
We will gather the transcript later and link it to the https://t.co/jrHgzO5TyC blog posting as well (as always - its a great repository of past chats!) #physiotalk
Corinne Birch @PhysioCorinne
@physiotalk #physiotalk I learnt the most about assessing the i.pact of persistent pain & helping people manage their pain from sitting in clinic with my fantastic pain clinic colleagues
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@physiotalk Reading through the replies... courses, mentoring and experience? The PPA have a range of events coming up.... https://t.co/jUiXtG0mCN #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
Well that just flew by! Lovely to be back with @physiotalk tonight. Have a nice evening everyone ✌🙂
Kyle Vader @vader_kyle
@physiotalk In short, no - not every PT has the baseline skills to provide high quality care for people w persistent pain. Requires knowledge, patience, interest in the population, +++. This said, I think many PTs have the potential to should they commit to this type of care #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Huge thanks for @PhysioPainAssoc for suggesting this chat - which is very topical as the theme of #worldPTday which is just under a weeks time! #physiotalk
Michael Butler @10mdb
@PhysioPainAssoc Be honest with yourself, engage with a coach, use self assessment diagnostics (won’t uncover blind spots), be open to challenge, seek candid feedback at regular intervals from PATIENTS, peers. Reflect regularly #physiotalk
Sophie McAuliffe @SophieMcPhysio
@mariand84 @physiotalk I agree that experience of dealing with long term conditions will improve clinical judgement and decision making. Although each person with long term pain can present differently and might be new to any therapist irrespective of level of experience #physiotalk
Jane Cowley Physiotherapist @JaneCCowley
RT @LivingWellPain: @physiotalk Think it would help for PTs to spend some time in their local communities somehow, with people with chronic…
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@mariand84 @physiotalk Why must it? #physiotalk
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @physiotalk: Huge thanks for @PhysioPainAssoc for suggesting this chat - which is very topical as the theme of #worldPTday which is jus…
Selina @sillyeena
helping someone re-engage in valued activity is the crux of all tonight's questions and the real reward of treatment #physiotalk, #PainAwarenessMonth
@RLockPhysio @rlockphysio
@physiotalk Experience with support - we have set up rotation opportunities for MSK physios to work within the pain service which seems to work quite well. Courses, reflection, in-service training - all the approaches that you would use to gain skills in other areas #physiotalk
Mark @MarkphysioNg
RT @physiotalk: Q How do physiotherapists develop assessment and management skills to enable people to live well with a long term pain co…
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@physiotalk The value of experts by experience cannot be overstated. @paintoolkit2 @MyCuppaJo @LivingWellPain @sciatica_uk @lazybeautiful #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@diarmuiddenneny @physiotalk This is lovely advice! #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
RT @diarmuiddenneny: @physiotalk Definitely working with people with LTCs other than pain is helpful. As well as courses and qualifications…
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@wigmore_welsh @physiotalk It’s what I’ve done & still do :-) (minus international certification). Always more to learn and unlearn!#physiotalk
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @diarmuiddenneny: @physiotalk Definitely working with people with LTCs other than pain is helpful. As well as courses and qualifications…
physiotalk @physiotalk
And our next chat will also be linking in with the #globalPT #WorldPTDay vibe as we link with @WCPTfuture Watch out for info coming soon! #physiotalk
Design Rehabilitation: #FBPE 💚 🇪🇺 Jill @wigmore_welsh
@UnityPhysio @theLDphysio @chrisseenan @physiotalk Physios cant be everything & a move to recognizing the person is a person not a patient can be as challenge, so cant stopping being a tugboat & moving towards being a lighthouse. Some will transition exclusively to coaching & so they should. #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@theLDphysio @physiotalk It's the impact of pain on life and mood that means there is more of an emphasis, but I agree these skills are trasferrable and should be core to physiotherapy practice #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @physiotalk: Huge thanks for @PhysioPainAssoc for suggesting this chat - which is very topical as the theme of #worldPTday which is jus…
Tina @LivingWellPain
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk @paintoolkit2 @MyCuppaJo @sciatica_uk @lazybeautiful Thank you 🙏🙏🙏#physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@rlockphysio @physiotalk Sounds fantastic! #physiotalk
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc Cheers everyone, lots learnt and off to ponder and reflect... psychologically of course 😉 #physiotalk
Graeme Paul-Taylor @GraemeGpt
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @physiotalk Reading through the replies... courses, mentoring and experience? The PPA have a range of events coming up…
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @physiotalk The value of experts by experience cannot be overstated. @paintoolkit2 @MyCuppaJo @LivingWellPain @sciatic
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
RT @theLDphysio: @physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc Cheers everyone, lots learnt and off to ponder and reflect... psychologically of course 😉 #p
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@wigmore_welsh @theLDphysio @chrisseenan @physiotalk Absolutely, we need to know our boundaries and when to refer on. We can’t be everything even though training in lots of areas does helps. I trained as a coach know others who have and some who have done coaching based short training #physiotalk
Maria Larcombe @marial_nz
@physiotalk @physiotalk has a great discussion on chronic pain today - really good learning if you are a physio or patient interested in this area, and particularly appropriate for World Physio Day coming up on chronic pain. Check out #physiotalk hashtag or start below 👇#physio
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @physiotalk The value of experts by experience cannot be overstated. @paintoolkit2 @MyCuppaJo @LivingWellPain @sciatic
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @physiotalk Reading through the replies... courses, mentoring and experience? The PPA have a range of events coming up…
Anna Spiteri @spiteri_anna
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @physiotalk The value of experts by experience cannot be overstated. @paintoolkit2 @MyCuppaJo @LivingWellPain @sciatic
Alistair Beverley @theLDphysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Bingo! Don't most people come to use because they are in pain anyhow? I get there is potentially more idiosyncrasy with longer term pain but the message is the same all round for at least half compentant physios with one eye on the literature. #physiotalk
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
RT @physiotalk: And our next chat will also be linking in with the #globalPT #WorldPTDay vibe as we link with @WCPTfuture Watch out for i…
physiotalk @physiotalk
@marial_nz And we will post the whole transcript shortly as well - so keep an eye out for a tweet (once the tweets have stopped which might take a while!) #physiotalk
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
RT @diarmuiddenneny: @physiotalk Definitely working with people with LTCs other than pain is helpful. As well as courses and qualifications…
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
@physiotalk @PhysioPainAssoc It's also #PainAwarenessMonth so it's a great chat to kick this off with! #physiotalk
Kyle Vader @vader_kyle
@physiotalk For me, I’ve found mentors in PT field, mentors outside of PT (Psych, MD, RN, SW, OT, ++), stay engaged w research, attend interprofessional conferences (@IASPpain/@CanadianPain), listen closely to patient voices (@BogdenJo, ++) & reflect on my strengths/weaknesses #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
Thanks so much to @physiotalk for hosting. I have so much respect for their dedication to free fortnightly CPD. Please keep an eye out for PPA members sharing videos of how or what they do to support people in pain on #WorldPTDay on Sunday. #physiotalk
#hellomynameis Diarmuid @diarmuiddenneny
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @physiotalk Reading through the replies... courses, mentoring and experience? The PPA have a range of events coming up…
Maria Larcombe @marial_nz
RT @marial_nz: @physiotalk @physiotalk has a great discussion on chronic pain today - really good learning if you are a physio or patient i…
Gráinne Daniels @grainne_daniels
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: @physiotalk The value of experts by experience cannot be overstated. @paintoolkit2 @MyCuppaJo @LivingWellPain @sciatic
Jo Kitchen @J0Physio
RT @heelas_leila: Psychologically informed is using an open, non-judgemental, active listening style. Respecting the wishes / needs of pers…
physiotalk @physiotalk
@PhysioPainAssoc Thank you! I'll certainly keep an eye out for the videos on #WorldPTDay #physiotalk
Selina @sillyeena
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: Thanks so much to @physiotalk for hosting. I have so much respect for their dedication to free fortnightly CPD. Plea…
Gillian Rennie @GillianRennie4
RT @rlockphysio: @physiotalk Experience with support - we have set up rotation opportunities for MSK physios to work within the pain servic…
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
@MarkWoolvine Thanks, that list was very helpful #physiotalk
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Thank you for a great chat. Signing off now. It has been one of the fastest and most contributed to physiotalks, I’ve done, was really difficult to keep up! Think this will keep going a while! #physiotalk
Paula Manning Physio @Manning2Paula
RT @DerekGriffin86: @physiotalk Important to introduce psychosocial factors as contributors to pain e.g. how is your pain affecting your mo…
Unity Physiotherapy & Wellbeing @UnityPhysio
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: Thanks so much to @physiotalk for hosting. I have so much respect for their dedication to free fortnightly CPD. Plea…
Laura Rathbone @laurarathbone
RT @paintoolkit2: Do Physios know how many people in the UK live with long-term pain? If you was not aware....its 28million #physiotalk
Claire Campbell @ClaireC_PT
@UnityPhysio @PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Me too Ann! *crawls into a dark room* #physiotalk
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
@PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Thank you all, great chat #physiotalk will be sharing and recommending to all students @GCUPhysio #future
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @chrisseenan: @PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Thank you all, great chat #physiotalk will be sharing and recommending to all students @GCUPh
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @chrisseenan: @PhysioPainAssoc @physiotalk Thank you all, great chat #physiotalk will be sharing and recommending to all students @GCUPh
PainScienceDivision @PainPhysiosCan
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: Thanks so much to @physiotalk for hosting. I have so much respect for their dedication to free fortnightly CPD. Plea…
Pavlos Bobos @pavlosbob
RT @PhysioPainAssoc: Thanks so much to @physiotalk for hosting. I have so much respect for their dedication to free fortnightly CPD. Plea…
Chris Seenan @chrisseenan
RT @DerekGriffin86: @physiotalk Physios are well placed to help people with pain. But the message should be that the simple things done wel…
physiotalk @physiotalk
@Manning2Paula @MarkWoolvine Heres some links - will post on blog as well https://t.co/etiOwlOCnK https://t.co/ptY8S5W0I2 https://t.co/L7kx3a1jzS https://t.co/eXe4oKLHn6 #physiotalk
PPA @PhysioPainAssoc
@HethLynsey @physiotalk Great point! Red flags should be considered throughout the patient’s journey. #physiotalk
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