By Karen Litzy
Pain and sport often go hand in hand. Physio Karen Litzy explains the best way to communicate with athletes about their pain experience.
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Tracy Ward explores some of the neurological and behavioural changes that pain can bring about, and the implications for clinicians with athletes in their care.
Everyone struggles with pain at some point, but how you tolerate pain can be up to you.
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