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Plenary 3 – Pain

0900-1015 | Saturday 9 October, 2021

Chaired by Dr Liane Khoo, 'Plenary 3 – Pain' explored pain in haemophilia, what's new in treatment options for pain, and how we can use a body and mind approach for pain management. These sessions were presented at the 20th Australian Conference on Haemophilia, VWD and Rare Bleeding Disorders, held virtually on 8-9 October 2021. Watch the recording below.

What's new in pain? Is it different now with new treatments?

Presented by Dr Liane Khoo
Haematologist, Director, Haemophilia Treatment Centre, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, NSW


Pain in haemophilia

Presented by Mr Paul McLaughlin
Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Haemophilia, Katharine Dormandy Haemophilia Centre at Royal Free Hospital in London, United Kingdom  


Patient personal perspective on chronic pain

Presented by Jane Portnoy, Haemophilia Social Worker interviewing Dylan


Osteoarthritis, exercise and pain: the GLA:D® program

Presented by Dr Christian Barton
Associate Professor Physiotherapy Physiotherapy, La Trobe Melbourne


Panel Q&A

Chaired by Dr Liane Khoo


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