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  1. Physical activity
    Length 00:08:41

    Physical activity to reduce pain...essential to treatment!  Fr

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    Patient

    Regular physical activity provides physical and psychological benefits, even in the context of pain! This brochure provides advice and recommendations for patients to encourage them to engage in physical activity at their own pace and of their own choosing.

    Reference: Équipe du Programme ACCORD

    Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2022/10/26

  2. Physical activity
    Length 00:05:00

    Self-Massage  Fr

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    Patient

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

    Reference: Harvey, Mickael. Tremblay, Josée. 2018

    Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2020/11/12,

  3. Physical activity
    Length 00:14:00

    Shoulder pain: 5 little-known exercises  Fr

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    Patient

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

    Reference: Fortier, Denis.

    Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2020/11/19,

  4. Activity pacing
    Length 00:03:00

    Juvenile Chronic Aarthritis and hysiotherapy: Living and Moving  Fr

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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.

    Reference: Condé, Anny

    Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2020/11/17,

  5. Physical activity
    Length 00:05:00

    Why Exercise is good for People Living With Persistent Pain  En

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    Patient

    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.

    Reference: Thompson, Bronwyn Lennox

    Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2020/11/21

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