OPTP is excited to announce the publication of Epiphaknee: A Modern Approach to Knee Osteoarthritis, written by three internationally renowned pain and movement experts G. Lorimer Moseley, David Butler, and Tasha R. Stanton.
Based on recent scientific research and discoveries, this empowering book reveals the underlying factors that contribute to knee osteoarthritis (OA) and provides guidance on treatment and recovery (including the three critical ingredients to recovery), the groundbreaking Protectometer tool, and how to design an exercise and management program.
Discover a new approach to thinking about and treating knee OA with this book that serves as a personal guide for individuals with painful knee OA and an indispensable resource for practitioners who treat them.
The book is available in the US exclusively from OPTP. To learn more or to purchase, visit OPTP.com or call 800.367.7393.
Knee Osteoarthritis Book – About the Authors
G. Lorimer Moseley, DSc, PhD, FAAHMS, FPMANZCA, FACP
An internationally acclaimed pain scientist, clinician and educator, G. Lorimer Moseley has authored more than 360 scientific articles and six books. He is an NHMRC Leadership Fellow, the Director of IIMPACT in Health at the University of South Australia and the CEO of Pain Revolution.
David Butler, Ed D, B Phty, GDAMT, M App Sc, PT
An adjunct Associate Professor at the University of South Australia and honored member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, David has taught manual therapy and pain treatments to 40,000 students worldwide and has delivered lectures at over 50 international conferences.
Tasha R. Stanton, BScPT, MSc, PhD
An Associate Professor of Clinical Pain Neuroscience at the University of South Australia, Tasha leads the Osteoarthritis Research Theme at IIMPACT in Health. She has won numerous awards from national and international pain associations, including the prestigious Ronald Dubner Award from the IASP.
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