Paul says that the science of aches, pains, and injuries is surprisingly weird, controversial, and interesting, and his job is to translate it for both patients and pros. In his writing, he works to make it friendlier than the institutional health care sites, but more scholarly and detailed than most health blogs.
My own experience on painscience.com was shocking….I was shocked at how gullible I have been over these many years. It was humbling to find several “areas of no doubt” ….of ”universal truths”, I thought ….that are actually based on repeated anecdote and faith in authority instead of scientific fact. I always thought that I was skeptical but it turned out I was a sucker for a well-articulated, logical explanation.
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Pertinent Links to PainScience.com
Paul Ingraham Bio
Paul Ingraham is a Vancouver science writer and a former Registered Massage Therapist. He left that profession over concerns about pseudoscientific beliefs and practices, and went on to create PainScience.com, a website about the science of pain, injury, treatment, and rehab, where he has published hundreds of articles and ten books on these themes, the most successful of which is his guide to the tricky topic of “trigger points.” He’s also a reluctant runner and, until very recet retirement, an avid ultimate player (the Frisbee sport) with a long list of his own sports injuries and pain problems.