Introduction and Overview: What Is PIP & Why Do We Need It Now?
Trends in Back Disability: What Are We Observing With Current Back Care?
Societal Perceptions in Back Disability: Are They Modifiable?
Current Science on the Neurophysiology and Neuropsychology of Pain
Identifying Psychological Factors in the Reporting and Persistence of Low Back Pain
Changing Paradigms in Spine Care: From Biomedical to Biopsychosocial
Value & Outcomes in Population-Based Back Care: The Role and Implementation of Risk Screening
Psychologically Informed Surgical Decision Making
Fordyce’s Behavioral Method Revisited
The Psychologically Informed Clinical Evaluation
How Pain Mechanism Classification System Guides Specific Patient Education and Active Care
Training Practitioners to Deliver Psychological Treatments That Can Modify Risk Factors
Creating Interdisciplinary Teams
Integrating Psychological Principles in Spine Practice and Professional Training and Curricula