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  • Hope for Healing from Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (Evelyn Hecht, PT, ATC)
    by Laura interviews Evelyn Hecht, PT, ATC on March 21, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    When it comes to pelvic floor dysfunction, Evelyn Hecht has seen it all in her 20+ years of experience: pain with sex, vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis, urinary frequency, pain associated with endometriosis, pudendal neuralgia, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, post-surgical symptoms, and more. Throughout her career, she has found that the journey OUT of pain is just as unique and individual as the journey INTO pain. That's why she treats her patients with a more holistic approach, looking beyond the diagnosis to help them connect their symptoms with life experiences, thought patterns, learned nervous system habits, and more. Join us as Evelyn discusses the tips, strategies, and ideas that have helped thousands heal from pelvic floor dysfunctions. […]

  • Power Over Pelvic Problems: Lowri's Healing Journey
    by Laura interviews Pelvic Pain Sufferer Lowri on March 12, 2019 at 2:18 pm

    Lowri has experienced some form of pain or illness since she was a child. Over the years, her symptoms have taken many forms - including vulvodynia, endometriosis pain, IBS, migraines, and more. After years of various treatments, she resigned herself to the fact that she'd simply be in pain forever. Last year, all of that changed. Join us as Lowri shares her stunning journey into self-discovery, healing, and hope. […]

  • What Can We Learn from the Way the VA Treats Chronic Pain? (Dr. Jennifer Murphy)
    by Laura interviews Dr. Jennifer Murphy on January 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    Dr. Murphy has spent the bulk of her career scaling safe, effective ways to treat chronic pain at the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. As the VA’s master trainer in cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain, Dr. Murphy has helped to train over 500 healthcare practitioners in a whole-person treatment approach. She also served as clinical director for the VA's only inpatient chronic pain treatment program and has helped expand access to similar programs in VA. Today, she’ll give us a peek behind the curtain at how the VA approaches chronic pain, what the private sector can learn from that approach, and how civilians can start to take advantage of some of the VA’s most effective strategies from the comfort of their own homes. […]

  • How To Talk About Mindbody Medicine With Anyone (Creative Director Steve Grisko)
    by Laura interviews Creative Director Steve Grisko on December 17, 2018 at 2:05 am

    How can I share my healing experience with my friends and family without sounding overzealous? How do I recommend that someone try a mindbody approach for their pain without offending them? These are questions the Curable team gets asked every day. To help answer them, we brought in an expert who has experienced this situation from both sides: Creative Director Steve Grisko. Steve’s entire career is dedicated to simplifying complex ideas and communicating them effectively. Whether he’s creating a 60-second TV spot or making a pitch to a client, his strategies for getting his message across work every time. So whether you’re trying to explain your own healing journey to your loved ones or persuade someone to try the Curable program for themselves, there’s no reason these strategies can’t work for you, too. […]

  • Supercharged Wellness: Treating the Physical, Mental and Emotional (Katie Estridge, PT, MPT, PYT)
    by Laura interviews Katie Estridge, PT, MPT, PYT on December 6, 2018 at 12:05 pm

    As a physical therapist and yoga therapist, Katie Estridge has always been interested in treating her patients as whole-minded individuals. Depending on a patient’s needs, her unique approach will draw from pain science, traditional rehabilitation exercise, meditation, gentle yoga flows, and more. Though her techniques have helped many to live a better life, she’s only recently discovered the missing piece in her own struggle with chronic pain: the ability to connect her lifelong grief and long-forgotten emotions with the migraines that ruled her days. Join us as she shares what she’s learned from working with the Curable app, and how she’s paying it forward to her patients. […]



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