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Mind & Body

  • Recovery Is Not a Straight Line (John Stracks, MD)
    by Laura interviews John Stracks, MD on October 16, 2018 at 10:09 pm

    John Stracks, MD, has been helping patients overcome their chronic pain for over a decade. Then last year, during a particularly stressful period of his life, he faced a case of symptoms that he couldn’t immediately solve. The patient? Himself. Join us as Dr. Stracks takes a journey inward: re-learning how to listen to his body, finding new ways to move on from his past, and discovering lessons to pass along to his patients. […]

  • What Does Psychology Have To Do With Sports Injuries? (David Schechter, MD)
    by Laura interviews David Schechter, MD on October 10, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    David Schechter, MD, runs his medical practice at the intersection of two seemingly conflicting fields: sports medicine and mindbody medicine. After a brush with mindbody symptoms of his own, Dr. Schechter was treated by Dr. John Sarno during his residency - an experience that would shape the way he approaches injury and rehabilitation. Now, in his own practice, Dr. Schechter works with athletes and individuals to help them tease out what’s physical about their symptoms, whether psychology could play a role, and how to move forward. […]

  • Minisode: Nikki’s Recovery from Chronic Pain
    by Laura interviews Nikki, a former chronic pain sufferer on September 26, 2018 at 5:27 pm

    Nikki, a former hairstylist and esthetician, is no stranger to pain. After working on her feet for hours a day, she endured excruciating symptoms in her shoulders, neck, hands, and wrists. Her search for relief spanned years, and proved to be mostly fruitless. Then one day, she saw an ad for Curable - an app that would transform her outlook on pain and her relationship to her body in ways she never imagined. […]

  • The Wheel of Awareness (Dr. Dan Siegel)
    by Laura interviews Dr. Dan Siegel on September 19, 2018 at 11:55 am

    Could daily 'mind training’ be the simple answer to a life of health and happiness? Dr. Dan Siegel thinks so. That’s why he developed the “wheel of awareness” - a practice he outlines in his latest New York Times Bestselling book “Aware.” Join us as Dr. Siegel explains how he developed the wheel, and why he believes that mind training practices like this one are a giant piece of the puzzle when it comes to chronic pain. […]

  • Perfectionism, Parenting, and Physical Pain: Katie's Story
    by Laura interviews Katie, a parent and former pain sufferer on September 12, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Recovering perfectionist Katie has always held herself to high standards. But after giving birth to two little boys, she soon realized that perfection and parenting don’t mix. In today’s episode, Katie explains how the pressure to be a perfect wife, mother, and businesswoman led to the development of frightening physical symptoms, and how cutting herself some slack became the key to finding relief. […]

 

 

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