A clinical practice model based in pain science with a refreshingly simple approach to treating chronic pain. Permission to Move comes from the founders of Tame the Beast - co-authored by Dave Moen and endorsed by Lorimer Moseley

Permission to Move (Book)

Structured on a three-step process, Permission to Move bridges pain science with everyday practice in a complete guide.

For clinicians looking to integrate pain education into practice, the book offers a new hierarchy for communicating key concepts and defining your role in treatment.

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Dave Moen - Director & clinical lead

"My first extraordinary experience of pain didn’t strike me as interesting until years later.

I crushed the end of my finger at work - caught in the cooling tray of a coffee roaster - and because it happened at work I was asked to go to the Emergency Department to have it looked at. The hospital was very busy, and before taking a good look at my finger a doctor filled the contents of a memorably large needle into the back of my hand, causing a lump about the size of a quail egg."

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Take a look inside the book by reading Chapter One – Why Pain Matters or psychologist John Baranoff’s personal essay on pain.

Prof. Lorimer Moseley – Leading pain scientist

I recommend more patients to Dave’s clinic – the authors of this book – than I do to anyone else. This is because I think they are indeed filling an important, missing bit. I recommend this book to clinicians who want to instil confidence in their clients that it is indeed safe to move and that it is possible to retrain their system back to a normal life.

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