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In order to facilitate access to relevant information, our resources are organized into categories according to the type of resource, user, knowledge sought and area of interest. We invite you to browse these categories below to guide your research.

Physical activity
Durée : 00:05:00

Why Exercise is good for People Living With Persistent Pain

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Excellent article on the benefits of exercise despite the presence of persistent pain. Deals with particular points only but brilliantly. Author Browyn Lennox-Thompson enjoys an excellent worldwide reputation for treating and teaching patients and professionals with persistent pain.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Thompson, Bronwyn Lennox
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/21
Physical activity
Durée : 00:03:00

Juvenile Chronic Aarthritis and hysiotherapy: Living and Moving

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Patient

Description on juvenile arthritis with advice for its management in connection with the physical activity that it is suggested to practice despite everything.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Condé, Anny
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/17
Physical activity
Durée : 00:02:00

Coping with Muscle Tension

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Patient

This resource provides information on the vicious cycle of pain, muscle tension, avoidance, and increased pain and tension. It also offers strategies for dealing with it as well as links to other resources.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : LaChapelle, Diane
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/06
Physical activity
Durée : 00:05:00

Self-Massage

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Patient

This resource offers a video clip on self-massage as a tool for managing muscle pain and tension.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Harvey, Mickael Tremblay, Josée.2018
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/12
Physical activity
Durée : 00:14:00

Shoulder pain: 5 little-known exercises

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Patient

Video of Denis Fortier, renowned physiotherapist, presenting simple exercises to help shoulder problems.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Fortier, Denis.2019
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/19
Physical activity
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Exercise: Regular Physical Activity

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Very brief page on the fact that physical activity is indicated and advised despite the fact that we have suffered from persistent pain. Some quick tips on the intensity and the idea of making it a social activity at the same time. it also recommends coordinating with a health professional to optimize everything.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : LaChapelle, Diane
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/06
Physical activity
Durée : 00:05:00

Les thérapies physiques

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Patient

A doctor describes some physical modalities with references to physiotherapy and a little occupational therapy.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Hunter, Judi
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/06
Pain education
Durée : 00:20:00

TAPMI: Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute

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Patient

This website is useful both for patients, caregivers and health professionals who can learn information on persistent pain.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Collaborateur du "Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute".TAPMI: Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur Erwan Leclair, 2020/11/21
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Living with Chronic Pain

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Patient

It is a document providing education on persistent pain and its consequences on the lives of people who suffer from it. The paper discusses the vicious circle, prevalence, who to see and some resources. The document offers some tips for improving pain management, including performing regular physical activities, managing fatigue, having healthy habits, practicing relaxation techniques, and promoting good sleep.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Lemieux, Michèle
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/05
Pain education
Durée : 00:30:00

Fibromyalgia: the Real Picture

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Complete document on what fibromyalgia is as well as several treatment approaches and tips to better manage it, also including a list of resources.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : 2012
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/15
Pain education
Durée : 00:18:00

How to Relieve Osteoarthritis and Arthritis

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Patient

Very good video from Denis Fortier, renowned physiotherapist, presenting information on arthritis and osteoarthritis. The video is complete and also presents their impacts, the link with walking and the importance of staying active. It also offers advice and exercise settings.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Fortier, Denis.2019
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/19
Thoughts and emotions
Durée : 00:15:00

Using Mindfulness to Master Chronic Pain

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This is a resource to help you set goals that follow the SMART rule (Specific, Measurable, Ambitious, Realistic, Temporal).

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Wong, Davidicus.Utiliser la pleine conscience pour maîtriser la douleur chronique
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur Erwan Leclair, 2020/11/06
Pain education
Durée : 00:30:00

What is pain?

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Patient

This resource helps to better understand pain in general, and more specifically addresses arthritis pain. It provides an overview of the main causes of arthritis pain, the main elements that can amplify this pain. It also presents some non-pharmacological strategies that can help in the management of arthritis pain, as well as a guide to the main analgesics used to treat arthritis pain.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Collaborateurs de la société d'arthrite
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/06
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Understanding Pain in less than 5 minutes, and what to do about it!

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Patient

Cette brève capsule vidéo d'une durée de cinq minutes, disponible en anglais, présente un profil de la douleur persistante. Elle présente d'abord la douleur persistante comme un problème complexe, impliquant plusieurs aspects biopsychosociaux. Elle résume ensuite les principaux facteurs pouvant influencer la douleur comme par exemple, la médication et la chirurgie, les émotions, les habitudes de vie, l'activité physique, la signification de la douleur.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Professionnels de la santé du group Live Active .Comprendre la douleur en moins de 5 minutes et comment y remédier!
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2020/11/06
Pain education
Durée : 00:30:00

A Quick Guide to Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

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Well-done and interesting resource for healthcare professionals on Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Chédeville, Gaëlle.2011
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/13
Pain education
Durée : 00:03:00

Low Back Health for Life

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Patient

Article in English describing low back pain and its cause. We also talk about general recommendations for its management and the need or not to pass x-rays.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Collaborateurs du collège "Physiotherapy Alberta College + Association".2019
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/21
Pain education
Durée : 00:07:00

Understanding, Assessing and Managing Pain in Older Adults

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Patient, Health professional

Pain can be managed using non-pharmacological methods. Physical activity can be a good tool either through global activation (walking, dancing) or through specific exercises. Other health professionals can help with active (teaching exercises in physiotherapy) or passive (TENS, acupuncture, massage) methods. Adequate pain relief is important during any diagnostic treatment.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : "Susan Tupper and collaborators at the Pain Strategy and Research division of Saskatoon Health Region
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/21
Pain education
Durée : 00:03:00

Chronic Pain Management

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Patient

This page describes persistent pain and shows how a physiotherapist can help.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Collaborateurs du collège "Physiotherapy Alberta College + Association"
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/21
Pain education
Durée : 00:05:00

Self-Management Exercises and Techniques

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Patient

Superficial summary of different forms of physical and mental exercise (self-management) to manage chronic pain.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Hunter, Judi
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/06
Pain education
Durée : 00:04:00

Maintaining your Quality of Life after a Diagnosis of Inflammatory Arthritis is Possible!

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Patient

Ms. Johanne Beaudoin, physiotherapist assigned to the rheumatology team of the CISSS du Bas-Saint-Laurent, presents in this article some characteristics of inflammatory arthritis and explains the role that physiotherapy can play for people who have it. .

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Beaudoin, Johanne.2019
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/17
Pain education
Durée : 01:26:00

Focus on Chronic Pain

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A brief portrait showing persistent pain in numbers. The physical, psychological, social and economic consequences, both for the person who suffers from it, for those around him and for society, are discussed. The main pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments are discussed, and possible solutions are put forward to help and support people to live better with chronic pain.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : 2009
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/05
Relaxation
Durée : 00:15:00

Yoga

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WEB page describing various yoga exercises and why it would help with gastrointestinal disorders. The document includes photos and descriptions with quotes from literature on the subject.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Charbonneau, Kimberly.2013
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/19
Pain education
Durée : 00:44:00

Break Taboos

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Patient

This is a publication of the Association québécoise de la pain from 2013 which is intended for the general public. It discusses the major taboos associated with persistent pain in different spheres of the suffering person's life, in addition to presenting some resources (support groups and contact details for pain clinics in Quebec).

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Deutsch, Suzanne.2013
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/10
Pain education
Durée : 00:06:00

Chronic fatigue syndrome

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Patient

This resource offers information on chronic fatigue syndrome by presenting a clinical case and offering strategies for dealing with the condition.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Fortin, Bruno.2016
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/17
Pain education
Durée : 00:00:00

Clinical Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

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This fibromyalgia resource provides its definition, epidemiology, and diagnostic guidelines. It also presents guidelines for the treatment and management of fibromyalgia as well as useful tools and references.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Carruthers, Bruce Van de Sande, Marjorie I..2010.Symptômes cliniques de la fibromyalgie
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur Erwan Leclair, 2020/11/15
Pain education
Durée : 00:10:00

Chronic Pain

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Patient

This text intended for the general public is accessible via a website. It first discusses the definition of persistent pain, its main symptoms and its diagnosis. Then the main treatments are presented and briefly discussed: drugs, physical methods and psychotherapy. There is also a slightly more complex version, intended for healthcare professionals.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Watson, James C..2018
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/16
Pain education
Durée : 01:10:30

titre anglais

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Patient, Caregiver, Health professional

Résumé anglais

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Sabrina.2021
  • Proposed by: Sabrina Tremblay - Enseignant, 2021/03/16
Thoughts and emotions
Durée : 01:00:00

Relieving Chronic Pain: The Contribution of Psychologists

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Patient

The first article describes the components of a persistent pain management program, using the IRDPQ as an example. The second talks about persistent pain and aging and the associated misconceptions. The third is about fibromyalgia. The last reviews the role of the psychologist in physical rehabilitation.

  • Language : French
  • Reference : Arcand, Denis Rivard, Marie-Josée Trahan, Evelyne Hervouet,Séverine Montanez, Joël.2011
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/17
Relaxation
Durée : 00:11:00

How to Practice Walking Meditation

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Patient

Meditative walking is a very simple technique that allows you to focus on the sensations felt when walking, and thus create a moment of meditation. The exercise can be done both indoors and outdoors, and can be done for at least 15 minutes up to 1 hour.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Pearson, Neil
  • Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur , 2020/11/06
Pain education
Durée : 00:23:24

Gentle Movements for Pain with Naomi Biggin-Pound

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Patient

Physiotherapy and acupuncture are commonly recommended for those living with chronic pain, however these therapies can often be costly and are not accessible to all. Naomi Biggin-Pound has helped to bridge this gap through her FREE self-guided exercise programs for people living with chronic back, knee and pelvic pain.

  • Language : English
  • Reference : Pain Waves.2018.Gentle Movements for Pain with Naomi Biggin-Pound
  • Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/13
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