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Managing Chronic Pain with Torture and Trauma Survivors

Refugee survivors of torture and trauma often present with chronic pain and general body discomfort in the form of headaches, body aches and pains, and muscle tension, without a medical diagnosis or apparent physical cause. In addition, clients from refugee backgrounds can suffer from a range of physical conditions as a result of injuries sustained from torture and other types of violence. Contemporary research in trauma highlights that body focused interventions such as relaxation training, physiotherapy, massage and acupuncture can be extremely helpful in treating trauma survivors. In this Clinical Master Class Associate Professor Tony Richardson will talk about managing chronic pain with trauma survivors, while Hugh Churchward, an experienced and highly skilled STARTTS physiotherapist, will demonstrate STARTTS’ work with a case study of one his clients.

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Date: May 13
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm