What made clinician Phoebe Simpson decide to pursue her PhD? It started with her patients, many of whom had "really complex pain problems that I didn't feel equipped to treat," she explains to Editor-in-Chief Alan Jette, PT, PhD, FAPTA. Trained in the traditional biomedical model, she found herself grappling with how to shift her practice to incorporate a biopsychosocial approach.
Training Physical Therapists to Deliver Individualized Biopsychosocial Interventions for Pain: Author Interview With Phoebe Simpson
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