Neuroscience nugget #30: Sensitive Sensor Lights

Many metaphors can be used to discuss the upregulated nervous system and the over-protective nature of persistent pain. One of these is “Sensitive Sensor Lights”. This is nugget #30 out of 71 educational nuggets in Explain Pain Supercharged. Details about the underlying biology can be found in Explain Pain.

-David Butler

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BENDIGO 25 – 27 MAY EP | GMI – FULL

NOOSAVILLE 15 – 17 JUNE EP | GMI – FULL

CAIRNS 10-12 AUGUST EP | GMI

PERTH 7 – 9 SEPTEMBER EP | GMI

PARRAMATTA 5-7 OCTOBER EP | GMI

MELBOURNE 9 – 11 NOVEMBER EP3 | BUTLER, MOSELEY & PETER O’SULLIVAN – FULL

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