The Sting of the Wild

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We came across this beautiful image by The Photo Society, and better yet, the hidden Explain Pain story that ensued.

 

“Justin Schmidt entomologist and author holds a western Polyphemus moth….the kind he use to hunt when he was a child In the hills of western Pennsylvania. Schmidt has a new book, “The Sting of the Wild: The Story of the man who got Stung for Science”. He has developed a pain scale and has allowed dozens of insects to sting him in the name of science. He does this so that he can understand first hand what the experience feels like. The Schmidt scale of pain runs from 1-5. He told me that “pain doesn’t mean damage”.  

– Hayley Leake

LAST CHANCE TO GET ON AN AUSTRALIAN EXPLAIN PAIN OR GRADED MOTOR IMAGERY COURSE FOR 2016

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Gold Coast 30 September – 2 October Explain Pain and Graded Motor Imagery **FULL**

Perth 15 – 17 October Explain Pain and Graded Motor Imagery

HAVE YOU DOWNLOADED OUR NEW PROTECTOMETER APP YET?

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Just search the App Store from your iPad for ‘Protectometer’

WE’RE PACKING UP EP3 AND TAKING IN ON THE ROAD IN THE USA

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EP3 events have sold out three years running in Australia, and we are super excited to be bringing this unique format to the United States in late 2016 with Lorimer Moseley, Mark Jensen, David Butler, and few NOI surprises.

EP3 EAST Philadelphia, December 2, 3, 4 2016

EP3 WEST Seattle, December 9, 10, 11 2016

To register your interest, contact NOI USA:

p (610) 664-4465

e noius@noigroup.com

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