Prof Lorimer Moseley

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Senior Principal Research Fellow, NeuRA NHMRC Principal Research Fellow
Professor of Clinical Neurosciences & Foundation Chair in Physiotherapy, University of South Australia

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Prof Lorimer Moseley is a clinical scientist investigating pain in humans. Lorimer joined NeuRA from The University of Oxford, UK, where he was Nuffield Medical Research Fellow in the Departments of Clinical Neurology and Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics. In 2011, Lorimer was appointed Prof of Neuroscience and Foundation Chair in Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia, sharing his time between Adelaide and NeuRA, where he remained Group Leader. In 2015, Dr James McAuley took over leadership of what then became ’the McAuley group’ and Lorimer maintains a collaborative role as a NeuRA Senior Principal Research Fellow.

Professor Moseley’s Adelaide-based research group and the McAuley group form the Body in Mind Research Group. For all projects in which Prof Moseley is involved, go here.

Projects Prof Lorimer Moseley is currently involved with

CURRENT PROJECTS

SLEEPain clinical trial

In this randomised controlled trial we are investigating whether a simple sleep intervention can not only improve sleep quality of patients with acute low back pain but also lead to reduced pain and disability.

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SLEEPain clinical trial

RESOLVE clinical trial

Our NHMRC funded randomised controlled trial for chronic low back pain focuses on normalising sensation from the back.

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RESOLVE clinical trial

PREVENT clinical trial

This NHMRC funded randomised controlled study aims to prevent people with acute low back pain developing chronic low back pain using an optimised pain education approach. In this intervention a specially trained pain clinician provides two one-hour consultations with a patient with acute low back pain to discuss their condition.

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PREVENT clinical trial

BODY IN MIND

RESEARCH TEAM

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