Australian fast bowler: "I'd love to meet a bowler who'd walk out onto the field pain free, I don’t think I’ve met one yet."
Pain expert: "I think the most powerful shift that we can undergo in our own sense of what pain is, is to let go this of idea of a pain being sent to your brain because that doesn't happen. There's no such thing as a pain message."
Senior sports physiologist at AIS: "With elite athletes, winners are grinners, it’s amazing what (pain) they can cope with, (but) when that dream is over the pain is almost unbearable."
Head of PainAustralia: "Psychological therapies play a major role in pain programs and fortunately we're now starting to see them introduced."
Lost his hand and still feels pain: "The terminology is phantom pain and it's the fact that your limb is still absolutely there, but yet it's nowhere there. It's quite obvious for me I'm missing my right hand."