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Persistent musculoskeletal pain tackled
26 August 2014
Persistent musculoskeletal pain conditions such as low back pain are common in the UK. They are responsible for much disability and suffering and cost the UK economy billions of pounds annually.

Professor Denis Martin. Research project ‘will change the world’
26 August 2014
An innovative research project to help children understand more about older relatives suffering from chronic pain has topped a survey to find 20 new ideas from UK universities that will change the world.

Nigel Hanchard Study to find number one frozen shoulder treatment
08 July 2014
A major national research project is set to find the most effective treatment for one of the most common forms of debilitating pain.

Pictured from left: Professor Paul Keane OBE, Professor Alan Pearson and Dr Sharon Hamilton Teesside University links up with leading Australian academic
28 May 2014
Healthcare research at Teesside has received an international boost with the founder of a leading Australian research centre visiting the University to find out more about the work that goes on.

The 'Pain Garden' Digital ‘Pain Garden’ gives relief for sufferers
17 April 2014
People who endure regular pain are finding some relief after using an innovative map that helps them to create a ‘garden’ of their suffering.

Prestigious fellowship for Teesside academic
18 March 2014
Dr Sharon Hamilton has been awarded a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship to travel to Australia to investigate 'the Australian approach to reducing unnecessary adult deaths in acute hospitals'.

Research leads to better shaped services to help expectant and new mums
14 March 2014
Changes are to be made to weight management services offered to expectant and new mums after gaps in support were highlighted by a Teesside University research study.

Dr Cormac Ryan. Researchers find link between chronic pain and heart disease
03 March 2014
Elderly people who have chronic muscle pain are at a significantly increased risk of having heart disease – researchers at Teesside University have found.

Dr Vida Zohoori. Research to improve children’s oral health
13 February 2014
An academic from Teesside University whose work aims to improve the oral health of young children and babies is taking her research to Brazil.

Academic helping to encourage steps to a healthier lifestyle
09 January 2014
A Teesside University academic is contributing to an initiative aimed at encouraging people to reap the health benefits of using the stairs.

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