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A New Film Inspired by a Personal Struggle to Overcome Chronic Pain

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This episode features Dr. David Hanscom’s interview with Kent Bassett and Marion Cunningham, directors of the new film “This Might Hurt” which focuses on the mind-body approach to treating chronic pain.  The film, which is being crowdfunded on Indiegogo, was inspired by Kent’s own battle with chronic pain and the solution he has found in the work of Drs. Sarno, Schubiner, Hanscom and others. During the interview, Kent talks about the steps he took to become pain-free. The film follows Dr. Schubiner’s work with several long term chronic pain patients.  He and Marion discuss the making of the film and share the impact the patient stories featured in the film had on them.

Visit their Indiegogo project at: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/this-might-hurt-film--2/reft/216797/hanscomradio  for more information.

Director Kent Bassett is an Emmy-nominated editor and filmmaker. He recently cut Standing Up, about three unlikely aspiring comedians, and Personal Statement, about youth leaders fighting to expand college access, which premiered at Doc NYC and AFI Docs, respectively. He is currently editing a film about activist Ady Barkan.

Director Marion Cunningham is a filmmaker who has produced series for Netflix, National Geographic, Fusion, Animal Planet, and A&E. She’s currently the Supervising Producer of OZY Studios.

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