Pint of Science 2023
Beeston Social, Nottingham, UK
23 May 2023 7-9pm
As part of this year’s Pint of Science event I will be talking about ‘Managing Pain Through Physical Activity’
Over 1 in 3 people in the UK experience musculoskeletal pain. Physical activity is a great form of medicine to prevent and manage painful joint conditions, but as we age injuries are more frequent and recovery is slower. As an ageing athlete myself I will discuss the latest research on being physically active whilst managing pain, including my own research on osteoarthritis, pain, placebo, and how our activity levehttps://pintofscience.co.uk/events/nottinghamls changed during the Covid lockdowns.
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I am also excited to have been paired with artist Cara Jones to collaborate on a piece of art related to my talk. The results of this collaboration will be displayed in the Creative Reactions gallery exhibition during 19th-22nd of May at The Carousel.
British Pain Society
London, UK and online
13-15 June 2022
The Running Through team will be presenting some of our results at the British Pain Society’s 55th Annual Scientific Meeting.
Dr Joanne Stocks will be presenting a poster ‘Physical activity in people self-reporting chronic multi-joint pain in lower limbs’.
Join Joanne on Friday 29th April at 17:40 – 18:25 Dublin time for the live online poster session Click here to join the session
Join Sumeng on Thursday 28th April at 17:40 – 18:25 Dublin time for the live online poster session Click here to join the session
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