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Freedom from Chronic Pain: Dr. David Hanscom, Spine Surgeon

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Are you finally ready to free yourself from chronic pain? The inspiring Dr. David Hanscom, a brilliant orthopedic spine surgeon with a life-changing approach, can show you the way. The author of Back in Control: A Spine Surgeon's Roadmap Out of Chronic Pain and a recent guest on the Dr. Oz program, Dr. Hanscom shares a transformative path out of suffering to empowerment and vitality.

The medical world often overlooks the powerful mind-body influence of our thoughts on the functioning of our nervous system. Through many wonderful success stories, Dr. Hanscom has demonstrated that pain can be mastered through greater mastery of our minds, awakening and recharging our lives in a world filled with hope. By clearing our minds of anxiety, dealing with anger, moving out of reactive mode, exploring our creative potential and taking back our lives, pain can become a distant memory.

David Hanscom, M.D., is a board certified orthopedic surgeon in Seattle specializing in complex spine problems. He is the creator of the DOCC project ("Defined, Organized, Comprehensive, Care"), a structured rehabilitation protocol for chronic pain. He also founded the Puget Sound Spine Interest non-profit and co-founded the "Awake at the Wound" process, which brings athletic performance principles into the operating room. 

Dr. Hanscom's web site:  DrDavidHanscom.com

See Dr. Hanscom on the Dr. Oz program.

Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.  This program is for informational purposes only and not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

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