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Healing Pain Podcast

The Healing Pain Podcast – Reset Your Brain and Body For a Pain-Free Life

Overcoming pain is not limited to the usual remedies we take like medication. It goes far reaching into multiple traditions. Sharing his interest on movement therapy and pain science is Todd Hargrove. He is a Seattle-based Feldenkrais practitioner, Rolfer, and...
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As the world becomes transformed with the advances of technology, so does the face of health care. Tackling the side of pain care through physical therapy is Dr. Alan Lee, DPT, PhD who takes us into the emerging world of...
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If you are interested in the intersection between gut health, nutrition, and pain, this will be an episode that you will enjoy. Carrie Falling’s work and research is around central sensitization. Carrie began as a manual therapist and digestive health...
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This episode will serve both the clinician who treats pain as well as patients who suffer from musculoskeletal pain through education about pain mechanisms and the active care necessary to recover. Orthopedic clinical specialist Annie O'Connor lectures nationally and internationally...
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Illness perception is defined as the cognitive representations or beliefs that patients have about their illness. It basically means that how you perceive your illness has an influence on the way you think, what you believe is possible, and perhaps...
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Joe discusses chronic low back pain with Dr. Peter O'Sullivan, PT, PhD. Dr. O'Sullivan shares his journey from clinician to researcher and educator, how his research and study into back pain physiotherapy and behavioral psychology has changed his own belief...
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Whether you're a physiotherapist or a practitioner who treats pain, Dr. Jo Nijs has great information with regard to healing chronic pain naturally. Dr. Nijs is one of the leading experts in the world of physiotherapy and pain research. He...
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Healing is not just one method. It varies greatly just as how one person experiences pain differently from another. Piecing out neuroscience together with the science of yoga and mindfulness for the relief of chronic pain is Dr. Sara W....
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Barbara Bald says that pain is never always physical. After being diagnosed with chronic pain, she found that healing is not just about going to various tests and taking different medications. Developing pain has much to do with patient perspective,...
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Dr. Shiroko Sokitch was originally trained in general surgery and worked as an emergency room physician for over ten years when she noticed that many of the patients she was treating were struggling with pain and other chronic health conditions....
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