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This episode I will be revealing the root cause of most chronic pains. I will also share a little about how I cause the body to instantly release most kinds of chronic pain naturally without prescription drugs or surgery.
Remove Pain NAturally Show is hosted by Joshua Yamson who is an Inflammation Reduction Therapist and is the Senior Practioner at The Life Wellness Cenetr in Indianapolis, IN. He specializes in removing chronic pain from the body using a very profound non-invasive technique. After a session with Mr. Yamson, most clients never have chronic pain again.
Chronic foot pain can impair your mobility, affect your ability to exercise, and may indicate other medical issues. In this episode, we'll be talking to Dr. Roy Mathews, a podiatrist practicing in Vancouver and New Westminster. With his extensive background in Kinesiology, as well as in amateur and professional sports, Dr. Mathews focuses a large portion of his Podiatric practice on relieving the persistent foot pain of his patients. Dr. Mathews shares his wealth of experience and expertise widely, lecturing regularly to businesses and running clubs across the city, as well as to the Vancouver Sun Run clinics. Tune in to this episode if you have any questions or comments on any of the following foot ailments:
Chronic Lateral Foot Pain
Corns, Warts, or Bunions
Damage to Tendons
The National Institute of Mental Health states that Major depressive disorder, or depression, is a serious mental illness. Depression interferes with your daily life and routine and reduces your quality of life. About 6.7% of U.S. adults ages 18 and older have depression. Depression not only affects your brain and behavior—it affects your entire body. Depression has been linked with other health problems, including chronic pain. Dealing with more than one health problem at a time can be difficult, so proper treatment is important. Chronic pain is pain that lasts for weeks, months, or even years. It often does not ease with regular pain medication. Chronic pain can have a distinct cause, such as a temporary injury or infection or a long-term disease. But some chronic pain has no obvious cause. Like depression, chronic pain can cause problems with sleep and daily activities, reducing your quality of life. Join me and my special guest speaker Dr. Dale Brown who specializes and treats these medical issues. We will discuss the seriousness of how disabling chronic pain and depression can be, then we will discuss how Dr. Brown has saved my life from these diblitating disorders. He can save yours too! We will also discuss chronic Migraines and the dibilitating suffering that comes with them and how you can be relieved of them without the use of anymore harmful pain narcotics. I was addicted for 9 years to pain pills and now free from them. Let us help you with your suffering and find a new freedom and help you live life again with positive energy! We go live Friday nite Jan 9th at 9pm CT. Click on http://bit.ly/1hVx5Yv for your free BTR account to become a follower of my show, please support me! Click the follow button on my wall after your done signing up and then be in the chat room! See you there!
Being unable to chew food and speak without excruiating pain are just some of the symptoms that come with TMJ disorders. Join Dr. Ed Gigliotti and Dr. Jason Wood as they discuss how to rid yourself of this terrible condition. Listen in & let's get you expressing life again!
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NY Times bestselling author and natural healing advocate Harvey Diamond joined Teresa for a discussion about pain and why it's not necessarily inevitable as we age.
Diamond talks about his own #fibromyalgia and how he used diet and nutrition to alleviate his suffering. Harvey Diamond believes poor gut health is a major contributor to chronic pain and provides information about the use of digestive enzymes to help combat pain and inflamation.
Harvey Diamond is the bestselling author of Fit for Life and Living Without Pain and a regular guest on television and radio programs across the country.
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Tahir is passionate about expanding the role of mHealth in chronic disease management He founded ManagingLife to empower chronic pain sufferers with a market-leading app, Manage My Pain, which is the most effective way to track, analyze, and share one's pain. Tahir holds an Engineering degree and an MBA from the University of Toronto, and previously worked as an IBM technology strategy consultant.
On this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts, Dr. Michelle Robin is joined by Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., an American neurosurgeon and a pioneer in pain medicine. He is credited with the invention of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator,spinal cord stimulator, and radiofrequency ablation for back pain arising from facet arthropathy. He is considered by many to be the world's leading expert on pain and depression management, and was the first physician to specialize in the resolution of chronic pain. A pioneer in developing safe and effective treatments such as Biogenics, he founded, in 1971, the first comprehensive pain and stress management facility in the country, The Shealy Institute, respected world-wide for its innovative and successful rehabilitation approaches in over 30,000 patients.
For more information on our show host Dr. Michelle Robin go to: http://www.yourwellnessconnection.com
To learn more about Dr. Norman Shealy visit https://normshealy.com/
Do you paint, dance, sing, sculpt, do pottery, etc to help manage your pain? Call in and let us know what you do and how it helps you? Join us as we explore the pain management benefits of the Arts for easing chronic pain. Our guest is Nicki Kahnamoui, Executive Director of Arts Health Network. Nicki is a certified project manager, with over 15 years of experience managing health care and health research projects, ranging from new program and system implementations in hospitals to most recently, curating and organizing an arts and science exhibit in a genetics lab. She feels very strongly about the power of arts, in all its forms, and is passionate about empowering individuals to tap into their creativity to enhance their health and quality of life. She is fascinated by how the design and interrelationships of space, technology, and work practices impact our lived experiences and wellbeing. Nicki is also a mixed media artist. This episode is generously sponsored by the personal injury lawyers at Watson Goepel.
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Join us as we interview Gemma Isaac, an accredited (MTA) music therapist and certified in Neurologic Music Therapy. As the music therapist at the Burns, Plastic and Trauma Unit (BPTU) at VGH, Gemma facilitates music therapy programs for patients, their families, and healthcare staff alike. http://gemmamusictherapy.com/
How does music therapy work?
Music therapy is facilitated through a variety of interventions including patient song choices, music making, song writing, improvisation, and guided relaxation. Other times, the music therapist works alongside other healthcare disciplines such as nurses, physiotherapist, or occupational therapist, using music during physical rehabilitation to inspire movement and promote encouragement by accompanying movement through musical cues, which also helps peoople become distracted from the pain. Visit www.mtabc.com or www.musicheals.ca for more info.
Don't miss your chance to ask questions! How can music therapy help you and your loved ones better deal with pain?
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In this episode we will speak to three experienced and seasoned people living with various types of ongoing pain. We will discuss how to best handle the stresses of the holidays as a person living with pain. Please call in with your questions and comments on surviving (and thriving) through the holiday mayhem. We look forward to speaking with you on Pain Waves Radio.
A growing body of research suggests that massage or manual therapy can be an important part of effective pain management. This research data, and the experience of physicians, massage therapists and patients, is encouraging people in pain to consider incorporating massage therapy into their pain management programs. To help us better understand this research and the growing role of manual therapy in in the management of pain, we'll be speaking with registered massage therapist, Michael Reoch. Michael Reoch is an active Registered Massage Therapist in BC, and owner of Well+Able Integrative Health. Michael sits on the Massage Therapists' Association of BC (MTABC) board, and is Chair of the MTABC Communications Committee. As a Board Director and Committee Chair, Michael promotes the ideals and the brand of the Association, and disseminates information through communications to current and prospective members, the media, the health care industry and the general public. Michael is also the Chair of the MTABC-sponsored Professional Practice Group for Pain Management: a group of RMTs who have a special interest in studying pain as pathology, and using that knowledge to best treat patients whose primary complaint is pain. This episode of Pain Waves Radio is generously sponsored by the personal injury lawyers at the law firm of Watson Goepel.
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Join us as we discuss the latest research, as well as pain management tools and techniques in the treatment of Arthritis (including Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis). Dr. Shuckett is a Rheumatologist and a Clinical Associate Professor of UBC Department of Medicine. She has practiced in Vancouver for the past nearly 25 years. She sees an array of Rheumatologic conditions including rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. She has lectured to other physicians on the topic of arthritis and has some published articles on this topic. She is very involved in teaching through the medical school at UBC. Please call in with your questions and comments for Dr Shuckett on the topic of Arthritis and Chronic Pain!