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  1. Lifestyle
    Length 00:03:00

    Foods to avoid and eat in case of osteoarthritis

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    Response from a nutritionist in a blog on the Passeportsanté.net site regarding the diet to be preferred in a situation of osteoarthritis. Responses also include weight management and the importance of physical activity.

    Language: French

    Reference: Cyr, Audrey

    Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2020/11/18,

  2. Lifestyle
    Length 00:03:10

    Peppermint and IBS pain relief

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    Information page on how the effectiveness of peppermint works in relieving the pain of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, mainly through its anti-spasmodic action.

    Language: French

    Reference: 2012

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

  3. Lifestyle
    Length 00:05:00

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

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    This short, five-minute video clip, available in English, presents a profile of persistent pain. It first presents persistent pain as a complex problem, involving several biopsychosocial aspects. It then summarizes the main factors that can influence pain such as, for example, medication and surgery, emotions, lifestyle, physical activity, the meaning of pain.

    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,

  4. Lifestyle
    Length 00:18:00

    How to Relieve Osteoarthritis and Arthritis

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    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,

  5. Activity pacing
    Length 00:03:00

    Juvenile Chronic Aarthritis and hysiotherapy: Living and Moving

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    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,

  6. Activity pacing
    Length 00:05:00

    Living with Chronic Pain

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    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

  7. Activity pacing
    Length 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

  8. Activity pacing
    Length 00:20:00

    TAPMI: Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute

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    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

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