Practical Success with Chronic Pain

Practical Success with Chronic Pain

Navigating the complex issue of Chronic pain, a practical approach of turning complexity into a structured practical way of helping your patients in private practice to achieve outcomes, and for yourself to enjoy the process – love treating chronic pain becuase you have a system which works!

WHEN: 26/06/2021
TIME: 1:30 – 5:00
VENUE: Precision Physio at Concord
SPEAKER: Tim Austin, Australia’s First Pain Specialist Physio

What the session will cover: 

  1. Navigating the complex issue of chronic pain
  2. Latest research
  3. Achieving outcomes for patients
  4. Using a system turning complexity into structure: Assessment/Treatment

The session will give an overview of the current research into chronic pain, understand all stakeholders, practical/case presentation: Assessment & treatment.

Time for Q& A, followed by a workshop focused on a practical approach to treating chronic pain using cognitive restructuring tools that you will be able to take away and apply immediately. Facilitator: Pete Magner, Precision Physio Founder.

For more information or to reserve your place please follow the Book Now button to our ticketing page.


Tim Austin

Tim has extensive experience in the treatment of all musculo-skeletal injuries, with a particular interest in the management of chronic pain. He consults to the Pain Clinic at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in the running of their Intensive Pain Management Program, and lectures in Pain Management at the University of Sydney.

Tim currently sits on the board of the Australian Pain Society, and is the NSW representative on the national committee of the Australian Physiotherapy Association Pain Management Special Interest Group. Tim graduated with a BAppSc in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney (1991) and a Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) from the University of Sydney (2007).

Tim is a Consultant Pain Physiotherapist with the Inner West and Western Suburbs Pain Centres.

In 2018, Tim was one of the first physiotherapists to be awarded the ascription “Australian Physiotherapy Association – Titled Pain Physiotherapist”

In 2021, Tim has become the FIRST EVER Specialist Pain Physiotherapist (FACP), as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists!! Which is the highest level of achievement for a Pain Management Physiotherapist.

Tim is a keen long distance runner.