We're excited about learning and experiencing the most in life. Sharing our knowledge and field experience in aim at helping people get closer to reducing and managing their pain.
About the educators
Professor Lorimer Moseley is a clinical scientist investigating pain in humans. After posts at The University of Oxford, UK, and the University of Sydney, Lorimer was appointed Professor of Clinical Neuroscience and Chair in Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. He is also Senior Principal Research Fellow at NeuRA and an NHMRC Principal Research Fellow.
He has published over 310 papers, six books and numerous book chapters. He has given over 150 keynote or invited presentations at interdisciplinary meetings in 30 countries. He has provided professional education in pain sciences to over 25,000 medical and health practitioners and public lectures to as many again. His research group’s videos and articles have been viewed over 4.5 million times.
Lorimer was awarded the inaugural outstanding mid-career clinical scientist prize by the International Association for the Study of Pain, was runner-up for the 2012 Australian Science Minister’s Prize for Life Sciences, and won the 2013 Marshall & Warren Award for the Best Innovative and Potentially Transformative Project in Australia. He was made an Honoured Member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, their highest honour, in 2014 and is the only physiotherapist to be made Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine, Australia New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. His contribution to pain science and rehabilitation has been recognised with awards from 12 countries. Treatments he devised are now recommended in best practice guidelines internationally.
David Moen is a physiotherapist and go-getter developing education tools and treatment pathways for people with pain.
Based at Form Physiotherapy in Adelaide, his group offer clinical treatment for chronic pain, Skype-based pain treatment, and professional development courses for clinicians. His group are working hard to improve public awareness of modern pain science, and use grant funding to develop freely available online education resources.
Tame the Beast came from ongoing collaboration between Dave Moen and Prof. Lorimer Moseley to address the need for a clear and simple education resource on pain. The project aims to improve public awareness of chronic pain and give individuals practical, evidence-based advice on pain treatment.
His team are interested in developing partnerships with positive, health focused groups and individuals who would like to see improvement in the pain space. To contact Dave, click through to the website or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.