Ask the Expert: Best MOVEment Activities for People with Pain

Jun 1 2017 -
2:30pm to 4:30pm

Jeff Jukes, a Physiotherapist in Vancouver with persistent pain experience will be available live from 2:30-4:30 PM PST June 1, 2017 on the Live Plan Be Forum to answer all of your questions about the types of activities and gentle movements that are appropriate for people with pain. Participants can ask Jeff questions and receive answers in real time - in an online chat format. If you want to ask Jeff your movement-related question, make sure you register for your free account on Live Plan Be. Then, log in from 2.30pm - 4.30pm on Thursday June 1, so you can ask questions in the typed Q&A! 

This Ask the Expert is just in time for Pain BC's MOVEment day. Read more about how you can get involved and make a MOVEment pledge here: https://painbc.ca/movement. You can also read Jeff's recent article on Gentle Movement for People With Persistent Pain: Every Move Counts.

Don’t have a Live Plan Be account yet? It's easy to create one:

  1. Click “Create Account” in the top right-hand corner of forum.liveplanbe.ca.
  2. Follow the prompts and create your username and password (your username can be anything you like if you want to stay anonymous).

Remember that this is a typed Q&A, not a webinar or video chat. You'll be able to read the Q&A without a Live Plan Be account, but to ask your questions and chat live with Jeff, you'll need to sign up and post them here. Not able to participate? You can still catch up on the Q&A any time after the event has passed.  

New to using the Discussion Forum? Watch this video for some tips and tricks: https://www.liveplanbe.ca/help/discussion-forum

Disclaimer: This content is provided for information purposes only, and is not medical advice. Please consult with your health care team for the best movement or treatment plan for you.

About Jeff Jukes

Jeff is a Vancouver based physiotherapist who works with people from all walks of life, including those with persistent pain. Early in his physiotherapy career, he recognized that the medical model of treatment was sometimes not able to help some patients. As a result of this, he has pursued further training in pain sciences and the treatment of complex and persistent pain cases. His goal is to help those is pain. Jeff prides himself on practicing in an evidence-based manner. What this means is he buries his head in the latest research to inform the advice and treatments that he provides to his clients. With so much information on health related issues out there, Jeff seeks to really help people gain a deep understanding of their issues.