HPP 057 | Biopsychosocial Model

The Biopsychosocial Model Of Pain with Dr. Lorimer Moseley

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Lorimer Moseley This week on the Healing Pain Podcast, I had the privilege of interviewing Professor Lorimer Moseley. Whether you’re a practitioner or a patient, you may very well be aware of his work, as he is one of the global leaders in the revolution to

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HPP 056 | Psychosocial

The Importance of Embracing Psychosocial Factors Of Pain with Dr. Steven George

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Steven George The biopsychosocial model of care is currently the model for which all healthcare professionals, including physical therapists, are expected to evaluate and treat patients with chronic pain. Physical therapists are now expected to recognize pain associated with psychosocial distress and to modify their treatment

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HPP 055 | Unwanted Variation

Resolving the Issue of Unwanted Variation in Clinical Practice with Dr. Tara Jo Manal

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Tara Jo Manal Today, I’m broadcasting the second interview I recorded live at the Physical Therapy NEXT Exposition & Conference back in June. I want to thank the APTA for arranging this great interview on what’s a very important topic for the profession. Each year at the convention, the John

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HPP 054 | Noncommunicable Diseases

Why Physical Therapists Must Take On The Challenges of Noncommunicable Diseases with Dr. Lisa Saladin

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Lisa Saladin Back in June, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Physical Therapy NEXT Exposition Conference on the topic of nutrition and its implication for musculoskeletal pain. It was a lot of fun and I spoke to a sold out room of about 600 physical

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HPP 053 | Self-Care

Remember Self-Care: The Most Important Part of Chronic Pain Treatment and Relief with Cynthia Toussaint

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Cynthia Toussaint My next guest is the author of Battle for Grace: A Memoir of Pain, Redemption and Impossible Love. Cynthia Toussaint serves as a spokesperson at For Grace and has had complex regional pain syndrome or CRPS for the past 35 years which later developed into fibromyalgia and overlapping

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HPP 052 | Anxiety

Breaking The Cycle Of Anxiety with Gina Ryan

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Gina Ryan Breaking The Cycle Of Anxiety: The definition of anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. If you live with chronic pain for any period of time, you know that chronic pain is likely to

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How To Heal Your Hunger With Tricia Nelson

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Tricia Nelson How To Heal Your Hunger: If you follow my podcast for the past year plus, you know that pain is both a sensory and an emotional experience. The emotional experience is so often the part that people struggle with. They turn to various types of

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HPP 050 | Fermented Food

Rebuilding the Gut with Fermented Food with Summer Bock

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Summer Bock A new era in science has dawned with the realization of the critical role of the forgotten organ, which is the gut microbiome. Central to this beneficial interaction between the gut microbiome and the rest of our human body is the matter in which bacteria

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HPP 049 | Direct Access

The Future Of Direct Access And Primary Care For Physical Therapists with Dr. Bill Boissonnault

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Bill Boissonnault In 2002, the American Physical Therapy Association House of Delegates adopted a resolution that stated, “Physical therapists participate in and make a unique contribution as individuals or members of the primary care team.” In recent years, there’s been a growing interest in the role of

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HPP 048 | Depression

Healing Depression and Chronic Pain with Dr. Kelly Brogan

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Kelly Brogan Upwards of 50% of those diagnosed with chronic pain also receive a diagnosis of depression. Along with this diagnosis, they are frequently prescribed a narcotic painkiller, for the pain of course, and an SSRI medication for the treatment of their depression. The question we ask

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