Articles by Dr Sandy Hilton

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Positive lifestyle behaviours and emotional health factors are associated with low back pain resilience
Issue 61 (December 2022)
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Low-value care in musculoskeletal health care: is there a way forward?
Issue 60 (November 2022)
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Reframing beliefs and instiling facts for contemporary management of pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain
Issue 59 (October 2022)
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The biopsychosocial model is lost in translation: from misrepresentation to an enactive modernization
Issue 57 (August 2022)
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Acute inflammatory response via neutrophil activation protects against the development of chronic pain
Issue 56 (July 2022)
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How expectancy violations facilitate learning to cope with pain – an experimental approach
Issue 55 (June 2022)
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Chronic nociplastic pain affecting the musculoskeletal system: clinical criteria and grading system
Issue 54 (May 2022)
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Does aerobic exercise effect pain sensitization in individuals with musculoskeletal pain? A systematic review
Issue 53 (April 2022)
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From fear to safety: a roadmap to recovery from musculoskeletal pain
Issue 52 (March 2022)
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Dr Sandy Hilton

Physiotherapist
Chicago, USA

Sandy graduated from Pacific University (Oregon) in 1988 with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Des Moines University in December 2013. She has worked in multiple settings across the US with a neurologic and orthopedic emphasis including a focus in pelvic rehabilitation for pain and dysfunction. Sandy teaches and speaks internationally on the treatment of pelvic pain, and the application of pain science into clinical practice. Sandy’s clinical interest is chronic pain with a particular interest in complex pelvic pain disorders for men and women. Sandy is the co-host of Pain Science and Sensibility, a podcast on the application of research into the clinic.