- Mind-body techniques for paediatric chronic pain
- Cultural and developmental considerations
- A trauma-informed, multimodal, and action-focused process
- Helpful resources
Anne Ayling Campos, Physiotherapist, the Hospital for Sick Children
Anne has worked in pediatrics at Sick Kids since the late 1980s after graduating from the University of Toronto with degrees in Physical Health & Education, and Physiotherapy. Over the last 15 years she has been working as a member of the Chronic Pain Management Team learning from her colleagues while providing care to patients and families. When not working she enjoys roaming through Toronto and beyond in search of the next gastronomy experience with her family in tow!
Resources Mentioned in Session
- Graded Activity Plan Worksheet – (Resource from E3)
- Desensitization – (Resource from E3)
- Pain Clinical Updates – Moving on to Movement in Patients with Chronic Joint Pain
- The Fear Avoidance model of chronic pain: examination for pediatric application
- Exercise-induced pain and analgesia? Underlying mechanisms and clinical translation
- Is a positive clinical outcome after exercise therapy for chronic non-specific low back pain contingent upon a corresponding improvement in the targeted aspect(s) of performance? A systematic review
- Graded Motor Imagery
- Recognise App
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