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Mind & Body

  • What Does Long Term Recovery Look Like?
    by Laura interviews Susan, Nathan and Fiona on January 19, 2022 at 3:56 pm

    How long can relief from chronic pain and symptoms really last? Is any hope of recovery temporary, or can changes in the brain and nervous system last a lifetime? In this episode, we speak to real people who have recovered from chronic pain and symptoms to find out.

  • When Work Becomes Painful: Brandon’s Recovery Story
    by Laura interviews Brandon on November 17, 2021 at 3:19 pm

    Today’s story comes from Brandon, an engineer whose mysterious hand pains eventually led him into a year-long medical leave. He joins us on the show to share the specific steps he took to get from a daily pain level of 8 to a daily pain level of almost nothing.

  • What The Latest Study on Chronic Back Pain Means For You
    by Laura interviews Yoni Ashar, PhD on October 27, 2021 at 2:20 pm

    What’s more effective at treating chronic back pain: the usual standard of care, a placebo, or psychotherapy? That’s the question Yoni Ashar, PhD, sought to answer in his latest randomized clinical trial. Join us as Dr. Ashar talks through the results of his study and breaks down what it all means for people in pain.

  • Diagnosis Overload: Dr. Etrian Lim’s Recovery From Chronic Symptoms
    by Laura interviews Dr. Etrian Lim on August 18, 2021 at 1:45 pm

    After 10 years of conflicting diagnoses and mysterious flare-ups, Dr. Etrian Lim had no idea whether she’d ever find relief from the litany of symptoms that plagued her. She found herself having to lie down between seeing patients, going to her own medical appointments almost daily, and occasionally using a wheelchair. Join us as Dr. Lim shares what’s happened over the past year that led her to 80% symptom reduction and a quality of life she never thought she could find again.

  • How to Create a Safe Space for Healing (Dr. Trung Ngo)
    by Laura interviews Dr. Trung Ngo on July 21, 2021 at 3:10 pm

    Have you ever felt that you simply don’t have the time, resources, or emotional bandwidth that it would take to heal? You’re not alone. In fact, according to Dr. Trung Ngo, this is one of the most common barriers to healing success. From his experiences as a refugee from Vietnam to his clinical work with complex, chronic diseases, Dr. Ngo has gained a deep understanding of the process of overcoming hardships. He shares an exciting new tool he’s using with patients to help them create a safe space for healing in their environment, The Weave.

 

 

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