This is a rebroadcast of a webinar from 2021 where Brendan briefly explores some of the history of pain, its management, and where we are now. This is a nice starting point for those starting to engage with pain science, and who want to establish good foundations.
2022 brought a lot of new learning to the table. And although I love digging deep into peer-reviewed literature, there is nothing like a good non-fiction read to spark some curiosity and tie some adjacent fields into what we do. Here are my top 5 books from 2022 (not necessarily published in 2022) with some summaries to avoid biasing you too much ;).