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Lisa Marie Keller wants to live in a world where it's commonplace dancing to life.
As a pain management specialist, she's been has been resolving her patient's pains for over thirteen years. Following seven years of Physical Therapy schooling, and many more at the School of Hard Knocks, resolving her own pain, she became the Queen of Conquering Pain.
When she’s not pondering on how to solve pain, you can find her dancing to music played much too loud, making snobby comments about wine and fantasizing about travel.
Her first book — Free My Back — hit Amazon August 2014
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Did you know that research is currently being done into ways in which new technologies-ranging from virtual reality and robotics to social media-may be used as a technological form of analgesia and pain management. Join us this Wednesday February 13th at 8pm on PAIN WAVES RADIO for "Emerging Technologies in Pain Management" when our guest will be Diane Gromala. Diane is a Canada Research Chair and a Professor in the Simon Fraser University School of Interactive Arts and Technology. Her research works at the intersection of computer science, media art and design, and has focused on "the cultural, visceral, and embodied implications of digital technologies, particularly in the realm of chronic pain". Dr. Gromala's work is currently in use in over 20 hospitals and clinics. BE SURE TO TUNE IN AND CALL IN TOLL FREE WITH YOUR QUESTIONS THIS WEDNESDAY AT 8PM
According to the NIOH over 116 million Americans live with chronic pain. The annual cost for pain management is between $560-635 billion dollars in medical care cost. Would you like to stop covering up your pain, and learn more holistic and natural ways to alleviate your pain? As a Traditional Naturopath, Certified Natural Health Practioner and Mind Body Fitness Practitioner, I understand that we have more control over our pain than we are led to believe. Our body operates as a whole system with many functions, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually! I look forward to the show.
Are you a landlord, a real estate investor, or a frustrated tenant who can't seem to get your repairs made timely and effeciently? Daniel Sturdevant of Bluff City Property Management in Memphis, TN, is our guest expert on ending the feud between landlords and tenants. He runs a successful real estate propety management company, eliminating all the headaches that Landlords face in managing real estate.
If you are feeling the pain of property management, Daniel shares his system, service and expertise for eliminating those concerns. You'll discover ways he helps landlords focus on the appeaciation of owning rental property rather than on the pitfalls.
Daniel will demonstrate why tenant complaints drop to almost zero because they have no maintenance concerns. His team operates like a well-oiled machine. If you're a property owner located in or outside of Memphis, an investor group or someone looking for an excellent property management team, don't miss this show.
Daniel can be contacted at: (901) 495-2120
Are you ready to go from Pain to Profit with your investment real estate? Are you an out of town investor who would like to take advantage of the hot market in Memphis and the mid-south? Are you tired of spending your extra time executing leases, fixing up and cleaning up properties for move-outs and move-ins?
Would you like to try a company that is affordable, accountable and On Wednesday at 9:00 a.m., Daniel Sturdevant of Bluff City Management joins us for a discussion on real estate property management for investors.
Daniel is the owner of a growing company that manages real estate in the Memphis and Mid-South area. He is very experienced, knowledgeable and runs a tight operation.
For property managment or to rent or buy a house, visit http://BluffCityManagement.com
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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?
Pain Waves Radio is sponsored by Pain BC
Whether you’re living with pain; supporting someone in pain; or providing care to patients in pain… we offer tools and resources to help you! Join us! Together, we can make a difference.
Thriving with Pain-- we continue with the 5 steps from Ow to Wow! Today we dive into step two: Find treatment options and pain management techniques. Once you understand your pain you can become a partner in your treatment. Explore different modalities and questions to ask healthcare providers and yourself to make informed choices as you move forward to treat your pain.
The old ways of leading don’t work in today’s business culture. Tune into this webinar and learn new leadership skills based on motivation and passion. Explore new progressive and actionable approaches to leading and influencing others. Learn the limitations on some of the traditional approaches associated with success today, and how the future lies in effective leadership approaches that are centered on advanced personal and interpersonal communication tools.
About Stephen Friedman:
Stephen Friedman is a recognized executive coach, career coach, facilitator and trainer, working in the areas of leadership and management skills development, group and team development, organizational learning and human resource management. His experience spans more than 20 years. Friedman is on the Faculty at the Schulich School of Business at York University where he teaches Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management and Leadership at both the BBA and MBA levels. He also teaches custom seminars in group development and leadership/management skills for Schulich’s Executive Education Centre.
Do you have pain? Chronic pain?
Would you like some ideas of how to treat that pain? Learn about some resources available to address these issues?
Join Doctors Hansen and Kamboj who will visit Anna's Journey to discuss services available to address patients' needs.
Listen online or by phone... 1-661-554-9121
Life happens and it is not always joyous. There are times when we are challenged so much that our soul hurts. This happens for a number of reasons. There could be an ill parent or spouse, money problems, our own health, child abuse, worries about our children and much, much more. We come to live in fear of any difficult outcome in our lives, and we begin to feel alone. In short, our soul starts to hurt, leading to a deep wounding pain that blinds us to anything other than our pain.
There are two ways we react to a wounded soul. One is anger. The other is depression. In reality, they’re one in the same, as depression is anger directed inward. When we’re depressed, we direct our anger against ourselves because we feel helpless to change what is happening in our lives.
Regardless of how anger manifests itself in our lives, we can hurt others when we are in pain. We may lash out at those around us or we may withdraw from those who love us. Either way, the quality of our lives is greatly changed. If we do not choose to address our pain, we may be in for a long-term cycle of pain.
Millions people suffer from some form of mental illness. Ongoing anger and depression are only a few of the maladies that encompass mental illness. One thing is certain—the longer we allow ourselves to be victim to our pain, the more entrenched in emotional illness we will become.
While seeking spiritual guidance to help address the hurting soul, it is also important to seek help medically or through counseling. Spiritual guidance can help us understand what we’re going through, but we can only heal by stopping the mental and emotional cycle we may be experiencing.
Guest: Veterinary Pain Management Expert Dr. Mike Petty
On Sunday January 25th we are honored to welcome Dr. Mike Petty, DVM, CVPP, CVMA, CAAPM, CCRT. As a world-renowned expert on veterinary pain management, founder of Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital in Michigan, a faculty member of the Canine Rehabilitation Institute, immediate-past president of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) and co-author of the 2014 American Animal Hospital Association Pain Guidelines (among many other distinctions), Dr. Petty’s steadfast and heartfelt dedication to pain relief is creating better lives for pets and humans alike.
On this episode we will discuss Dr. Petty's upcoming book, Dr. Mike Petty’s Pain Relief for Dogs, and how the insight it provides can help Tripawd dogs lead a long, happy, pain-free life.
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