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HPP 94 | Yoga Therapy

How To Integrate Yoga Therapy Into A Modern Pain Practice with Shelly Prosko, PT, PYT

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Shelly Prosko, PT, PYT Each day, millions of yoga enthusiasts flock to yoga studios for their daily or the weekly practice, celebrating an ancient wellness tradition as well as a form of exercise and therapy that’s been validated in many studies by modern pain science. If done

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A Mechanism-Based Approach To Pain Management with Dr. Kathleen Sluka, PT, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Kathleen Sluka, PT, PhD If you’re someone who lives with pain and is trying to figure out the best therapies to utilize, you may be interested with Dr. Kathleen Sluka’s mechanism-based approach to pain management. Dr. Sluka is a neuroscientist and physical therapist who studies in

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HPP 92 | Neuromatrix Theory Of Pain

Exploring The Neuromatrix Theory Of Pain with Dr. Tim Salomons, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Tim Salomons, PhD Many researchers have devoted their entire career to exploring and learning more about what happens inside the brain when chronic pain develops and persists. Even though there is no one area for pain in the brain, neuroscientists have been able to recognize some

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Changing Paradigms For Chronic Pelvic Pain with Dr. Sandy Hilton, PT, DPT

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Sandy Hilton, PT, DPT When we think of pelvic pain, we easily associate that with women disorders which they even call women’s health therapy or women’s health section. There aren’t enough specialized care provided for men who are experiencing pelvic pain, even more so for the

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HPP 90 | Power Of A Pill

The Power Of A Pill With Nothing In It with Robbe Richman

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Robbe Richman If the red pill were real, would you take it? If you’ve seen the movie The Matrix, then you know what Robbe Richman is talking about. Robbe is the creator of the Xpill. The Xpill is not a prescription drug or a supplement. All it

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Demystifying The Role Of Spirituality In Pain Management with Dr. Amy Wacholtz, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Amy Wacholtz, PhD Many people have questions about the role of spirituality in pain management and pain relief. Dr. Amy Wacholtz, a licensed clinical psychologist, pain researcher and assistant professor of Psychology at the University of Colorado, explores the role of spirituality as part of an

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Connections Between Trauma, PTSD And Chronic Pain With Peter Levine, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Peter Levine, PhD PTSD can happen to anyone. It’s not a sign of weakness. In many ways, it’s a normal part of the traumatic healing process. Post-traumatic stress disorder can occur after you’ve experienced any type of trauma. A trauma is defined by a shocking or

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HPP 87 | Medical-Psychiatric Chronic Pain

Pain Psychology: A Paradigm Shift In Treating Pain with Dr. Les Aria, PhD

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Les Aria, PhD For a lot of practitioners, medical and psychiatric patients are difficult to treat, approach, or figure out. Dr. Les Aria is a rehabilitation and pain psychologist with over a decade of experience in working with patients with chronic pain and other types of

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HPP 086 | Alleviate Pain Through Exercise

Reset Your Body To Burn Fat, Alleviate Pain, And Get Your Energy Back with Erin Nielsen, PT.

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Erin Nielsen, PT. If you have chronic pain, you’ve been told for years, decades, and even still today, to take it easy, to rest, and to not do any type of activity that may cause pain oftentimes by people who are well-intentioned and are trying to help

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HPP 085 | Cancer Related Fatigue

Cancer Related Fatigue: The Most Common and Persistent Complaint of Long Term Cancer Survivors with Dr. Nalini Chilkov

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Nalini Chilkov The overall state of cancer care has improved over the past two decades through the widespread use of traditional therapies such as surgery, medications, and chemotherapy. Improved cancer therapy has led to an increased life expectancy and cure rates. The good news is that

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