Generating Much Interest (aka GMI)

Graded motor imagery (GMI) for the treatment of chronic pain has certainly been generating much interest recently. Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to publish a systematic review and meta-analysis - with a pretty snazzy bunch of researchers might I add - looking at the effects of GMI and its components on chronic pain. We published our article … [Read more...]

Taking you on a roller-coaster ride with left right neck rotation judgments

Many of you may be aware of the process for making left/right judgments of hands. For those who aren’t, I’ll try to sum it up in brief. When trying to identify whether a picture of a hand is a left hand or a right, it’s thought that we access the cortical maps of our hands. The process is as follows; we pick a hand that we subconsciously think it … [Read more...]

It worked before but now it doesn’t? Graded Motor Imagery in Clinical Practice

at least I work now

While pain may be a universal experience, one experience that can often plague and frustrate everyone is that time when something works one moment but then all of a sudden doesn’t work the next. If you’ve ever had the pleasure of experiencing this you’ll find that it applies to many things in life whether it be the temperamental office photocopying … [Read more...]