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HPP 131 | Integrative Pain Care

Evidence Does Not Support Invasive Procedures For Pain And How To Move Toward Integrative Pain Care with Dr. Wayne Jonas

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Wayne Jonas On this episode, we are discussing the insufficient evidence for invasive procedures and chronic pain in how we can move our sick care system toward an integrative model of pain care. Joining us is Dr. Wayne Jonas. He is a practicing family physician, an

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HPP 130 | Telehealth

Telehealth And Physical Therapy with Rob Vining, PT, MSPT

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Rob Vining, PT, MSPT In this episode, we are talking about the rapidly expanding field of telehealth, which is the use of electronic communication to remotely provide healthcare information services to patients who need physical therapy. Telehealth is gaining more and more attention as providers, patients and

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HPP 129 | Pain Catastrophizing

Cognitive Behavioral Pain Coping Skills Delivered By Physical Therapists To Patients With Pain Castrophizing And Undergoing Knee Arthroplasty with Dr. Dan Riddle, PT, PhD, FAPTA

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Dan Riddle, PT, PhD, FAPTA I am excited that you’re here with me as we discuss the latest in pain care and pain science. Today we are discussing the topic of pain catastrophizing, which has been identified as a prognostic indicator of poor outcomes for many

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HPP 128 | Interprofessional Pain Education

How To Develop An Interprofessional Pain Education Program with Zoe Letwin

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Zoe Letwin Patients have a very unique perspective on what they are going through. Yet health professionals tend to leave them out of the picture. Showing the importance of how health systems should get feedback from what patients want is Zoe Letwin. Zoe has a master’s degree in

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HPP 127 | Psychologically Informed Care

Psychologically Informed Care – Valuable Or The Catch Of The Day? with Dr. Chad Cook, PT, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Chad Cook, PT, PhD Our expert guest this week is Dr. Chad Cook who is the Program Director of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Duke University. He is a tenured professor, a clinical researcher, a physical therapist, a professional advocate with a long-term history

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HPP 126 | The Ziva Technique

Less Stress, Less Pain And More Life with Ziva Meditation Expert Emily Fletcher

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Emily Fletcher Do you know that you can use meditation to lessen stress and accomplish more in your life? This is what Emily Fletcher teaches. Emily is the founder of Ziva and the creator of The Ziva Technique, and is regarded as a leading expert in meditation

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How To Translate Research Into Practice And Improve Pain Management with Dr. Steven Kamper, PT, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Steven Kamper, PT, PhD A niche in the medical field that is rarely explored is children and pain. This is where Dr. Steven Kamper, PT, PhD found a good place to research as he reviewed its relationship to the parents’ pain. This also leads to his

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HPP 124 | Hormones And Birth Control

Hormones, Birth Control And The Association With Chronic Pain with Dr. Jolene Brighten, NMD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Jolene Brighten, NMD Women’s health is very special as it concerns menstrual cycles, fertility and infertility, menopause, and all issues involving female hormones. Birth control expert Dr. Jolene Brighten, NMD recognizes this uniqueness. She discusses links between hormones, inflammation and chronic pain, balancing your hormones naturally,

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HPP 123 | Biopsychosocial Model

The Social Component Of The Biopsychosocial Model Of Pain with Dr. Claire Ashton James, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Claire Ashton James, PhD As what has been constantly reiterated, chronic pain should not only be addressed from the physical and biomedical model. It is time to shift to what is called the biophysical model where the social ramifications of living with chronic pain should be

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HPP 122 | Impact Of Diet On Pain

The Impact Of Diet On Widespread Chronic Pain with Dr. Kathleen Holton, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Kathleen Holton, PhD Going to the nutrition side of chronic pain is Dr. Kathleen Holton, PhD and assistant professor at the Department of Health Studies at American University. With her combined background in epidemiology, nutrition, and neuroscience, she provides a great view on the positive and the negative

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