We are speaking at the following seminars, lectures and conferences:

Lorimer in Santiago, Chile

  • Who: Lorimer Moseley
  • Where: Santiago, Chile
  • When: 4th – 5th October
  • Booking information or email: 

Lorimer and BiM team at World Congress in Pain. Check out who is doing what below!

  • Who: Lorimer Moseley and BiM team
  • Where: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • When: 6th – 11th October
  • Booking information
  • Monday 6 October: Neil O’Connell Refresher course: Update on the management and treatment of CRPS
  • Tuesday 7 October: Giando Iannetti on Where does it hurt? Cortical representation of pain and the body
  • Tuesday 7 October: Lorimer Moseley Topical Workshop: Metaphors, stories, pictures and plays: Current concepts in explaining pain
  • Friday 10 October: Frank Birklein on Disentangling the complexity of CRPS
  • Friday 10 October: Giando Iannetti Topical Workshop: The quest for nociceptive-specific cortical responses in humans
  • Friday 10 October: Flavia Di Pietro Topical Workshop: Brain mechanisms of the spread of signs and symptoms in CRPS
  • Saturday 11 October: Tasha Stanton Topical Workshop: Perceptual outcomes for a body part that isn’t right or isn’t there
  • Saturday 11 October: Lorimer Moseley Topical Workshop: Pain as a generalised response
  • Saturday 11 October: Ann Meulders Topical Workshop: Overgeneralisation of pain-related fear as a pathogenic marker in chronic pain

Neil O’Connell at the 3rd International Conference on Pain and Physiotherapy

Neil O’Connell on Making Sense of Evidence from Trials and Systematic Review in Physical Therapy

  • Who: Neil O’Connell
  • Where: Chicago, USA
  • When: 25th – 26th July, 2015
  • Booking information or email:

About Explain Pain Courses


grey Gigs

  • To increase your knowledge of pain biology
  • To increase your ability to integrate this into your assessment & management of anyone in pain
  • To demonstrate that the biology of pain is both intuitively sensible and terrifically interesting


The first half of the course is primarily lecture format and focuses on translating the substantial developments in modern pain science into clinically-friendly language and bite-size concepts.

The second part focuses on modern understandings of how we can get people to reconceptualise their pain, introducing participants to the conceptual change pathway, from metaphors and stories to biological concepts and functional and management implications.

Course preparation

There is no pre course preparation needed.


This course is very relevant to any clinician who treat people in pain.