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The Healing Pain Podcast - Reset Your Brain and Body For a Pain-Free Life
 
Please join co-hosts Danna Bowman and Tiffany Mladinich to lightheartedly, yet thoroughly discuss thyroid disease with some of the most advanced, innovative physicians, educators, bloggers, thyroid thrivers and advocates available.In easy-going 'talk show' style, we set out on a mission to ensure that no one ever goes undiagnosed and/or undertreated and that all are aware of the intricacies that involve living life to the fullest with thyroid disease.United and informed, we will change the a ...
 
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Overcoming pain is not limited to the usual remedies we take like medication. It goes far reaching into multiple traditions. Sharing his interest on movement therapy and pain science is Todd Hargrove. He is a Seattle-based Feldenkrais practitioner, Rolfer, and author. Todd shares his own journey from being an attorney to getting into Feldenkrai ...…
 
As the world becomes transformed with the advances of technology, so does the face of health care. Tackling the side of pain care through physical therapy is Dr. Alan Lee, DPT, PhD who takes us into the emerging world of Telehealth or telephysical therapy. He is a professor of physical therapy at Mount Saint Mary's University, Vice President of ...…
 
If you are interested in the intersection between gut health, nutrition, and pain, this will be an episode that you will enjoy. Carrie Falling’s work and research is around central sensitization. Carrie began as a manual therapist and digestive health specialist. Illinois. After eight years of practice, she relocated to New Zealand where she be ...…
 
This episode will serve both the clinician who treats pain as well as patients who suffer from musculoskeletal pain through education about pain mechanisms and the active care necessary to recover. Orthopedic clinical specialist Annie O'Connor lectures nationally and internationally on the Pain Mechanism Classification System, neurodynamic eval ...…
 
Illness perception is defined as the cognitive representations or beliefs that patients have about their illness. It basically means that how you perceive your illness has an influence on the way you think, what you believe is possible, and perhaps most importantly, what you do moving forward. Physiotherapist Edwin de Raaij recently completed a ...…
 
Joe discusses chronic low back pain with Dr. Peter O'Sullivan, PT, PhD. Dr. O'Sullivan shares his journey from clinician to researcher and educator, how his research and study into back pain physiotherapy and behavioral psychology has changed his own belief system, treatment approach, and practice in treating chronic low back pain. Dr. O'Sulliv ...…
 
Whether you're a physiotherapist or a practitioner who treats pain, Dr. Jo Nijs has great information with regard to healing chronic pain naturally. Dr. Nijs is one of the leading experts in the world of physiotherapy and pain research. He defines central sensitization and the role that it plays in chronic pain. He also discusses why the pain m ...…
 
Healing is not just one method. It varies greatly just as how one person experiences pain differently from another. Piecing out neuroscience together with the science of yoga and mindfulness for the relief of chronic pain is Dr. Sara W. Lazar, PhD. She is an author, associate researcher in the Psychiatry Department at Massachusetts General Hosp ...…
 
Barbara Bald says that pain is never always physical. After being diagnosed with chronic pain, she found that healing is not just about going to various tests and taking different medications. Developing pain has much to do with patient perspective, and to overcome that could eventually also overcome chronic pain. She takes us into her journey ...…
 
Dr. Shiroko Sokitch was originally trained in general surgery and worked as an emergency room physician for over ten years when she noticed that many of the patients she was treating were struggling with pain and other chronic health conditions. She decided to attend to acupuncture school and later studied functional medicine. She now owns and ...…
 
People tend to think that having no pain is normal when in fact, having a little is. While that is the case, there are still some ways that can help us manage pain. Talking about effective strategies for pain management is Dr. David Cosio. He is a pain psychologist in the Pain Clinic and interdisciplinary pain program at the Jesse Brown VA Medi ...…
 
The microbiome is an interesting and rapidly growing area of research. There are trillions of microbes inhabiting our bodies, and we have more microbial cells than we do human cells. Dr. John Cryan, PhD, professor and Chair of the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience at the University of Cork, Ireland, talks about everything involved with the ...…
 
Is our American diet affecting us? We know that it's affecting our weight, our metabolic syndrome. We know that it's leading to diseases such as diabetes and prediabetes. However, it's also effecting neuropathic pain. Neuropathic pain is pain caused by damage or disease affecting the somatosensory nervous system, a part of the sensory nervous s ...…
 
Whether you are a practitioner or a patient interested in learning more about psychological informed care, you will benefit a lot from Dr. Beverly E. Thorn’s research which focuses on investigating the important components of cognitive behavioral therapy for chronic pain. Beverly is Professor Emerita of psychology at the University of Alabama. ...…
 
Suffering from chronic pain can be challenging. It makes you feel powerless either because you’re unable to heal your body or can’t find a way get the pain to stop. As a result, you feel victimized by the pain. Helping you overcome the effects of victimization is transpersonal psychologist, Dr. Meg Haworth, PhD. Learn how the emotions affect th ...…
 
So many factors can cause and modify pain, not only physical but mental and emotional as well. Taking the psychological aspects of it, Dr. Mark Bishop tackles how expectations and biases influence the outcome for patients who have chronic pain. Dr. Bishop is a physical therapist with 30 years of experience in managing musculoskeletal disorders. ...…
 
Self-compassion is a tool that you can use to improve your well-being, your self-confidence, and your resilience. It’s one that we need to pay a lot more attention to in the world of pain care. What's interesting about self-compassion is that oftentimes it's easy for us to be compassionate towards others, but applying the same kindness to ourse ...…
 
Talking- 5 Things You Didn't Know About Danna & Ginny Join co-hosts Danna & Ginny. Danna is founder of www.ThyroidNation.com and host of Thyroid Nation Radio. She is joined by her co-founder, Ginny Mahar, of their new lifestyle support platform and Thyroid30 Wellness adventure, www.ThyroidRefresh.com. This amazing episode brought to you by, Thr ...…
 
Tackling about an interesting topic that does not often receive enough attention in the world of chronic pain management, Roshi Joan Halifax talks about the intersection of compassion and empathy in chronic pain care. She is the founder and head teacher of the Upaya Institute and Zen Center, and a pioneer in the field of end-of-life care. Growi ...…
 
Talking- 3 Tips to Creating a High Frequency Body + Life! Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Shanna Lee, author of The Soul Frequency. Shanna is southern California girl, a spirit-seeking renegade, with a deep passion for creating miracles and inspiring action and is proud to be a catalyst in the lives of women aroun ...…
 
Pain goes beyond what we physically feel in our bodies. It reaches back into other aspects—from the mental to emotional. Take a deeper dive and explore the neuroscience of nociception and the perception of a painful stimulus with Dr. Tor Wager, director of the Cognitive and Affective Control Laboratory and Professor of Psychology and Neuroscien ...…
 
Talking-Listening to Your Body w/Author of BodyWise Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Dr. Rachel Abrams, author of BodyWise: Discovering Your Body's Intelligence for Lifelong Health and Healing. Dr. Rachel Abrams graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Standford University, received her MD from UC San Francisco and a master's ...…
 
Traveling around Asia and in Tibet for a little bit, meditation expert Sean Fargo became fascinated by the simplicity of the life of Buddhist monks. Sean found a Dallas master who took him under his wing and taught him a lot of mindfulness exercises like mindfulness of walking, mindfulness of standing, and mindfulness of breathing. The combinat ...…
 
Nothing rounds up our understanding better about chronic pain than listening from a patient’s perspective. To have undergone through that pain with all the struggles and medications that come with it, a person could give the best account of dealing and overcoming all of it. Carol Kugler Ellis was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. As she shares her s ...…
 
Talking- Emotional Side of Healing & Limiting Beliefs with Autoimmunity Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Sarah Small, founder of AutoimmuneTribe.com. She's a health and lifestyle coach, yoga and meditation teacher, vibrational crystal healer and energy worker, and author-in-the-making.Sarah suffers with celiac dise ...…
 
Nutrition is often one of the first interventions that I recommend for pain relief, especially if you have pain from an inflammatory disease such as fibromyalgia, CRPS, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, or even headaches. Anti-inflammatory nutrition has a sound evidence base to support it, but it's often ignored when it comes to chronic pai ...…
 
Talking- Life with Thyroid Disease and The Golden Butterfly Journey Join co-hosts Tiffany & Mary Shomon as they talk with special guest, Michael Ruscio, DC. He's a clinical researcher and best-selling author whose practical ideas on healing chronic illness have made him an influential voice in functional and alternative medicine. His research h ...…
 
The treatment of chronic pain has been placed under a microscope because of the fallout from the widespread opioid epidemic. As we turn away from using opioids as a treatment for long-term pain, what many of you want to know is what are the alternatives? What are the non-drug alternatives or the non-pharmacological treatment and pain management ...…
 
Talking- Life with Thyroid Disease and The Golden Butterfly Journey Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Celia Aily Carranza, author of the fabulous new book, The Golden Butterfly. Every caterpillar eventually turns into a butterfly. For nearly four decades, Celia crawled through life, filled with fears and insecuritie ...…
 
Pain is a feeling we’re conditioned to heal without fully understanding it first. This leads us to taking the wrong medication that we suffer more from in the end. Pain master David Butler explains not only what pain is but dives deeper into the psychosocial model of pain care. He wrote a book called Explain Pain where he went beyond the tradit ...…
 
Talking- Intermittent Fasting and Thyroid Disease Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Adrienne Klein, CTNC. As an Autoimmune Hypothyroid patient of 20 years herself, she’s been through the blood, sweat and tears that is an autoimmune disease. After graduating from the Institute of Transformational Nutrition as a CTNC ...…
 
The chronic pain epidemic has opened up many doors as to the way practitioners approach pain and how the multiple systems of our body are intimately connected. It has also made us realize that this metaphor of the mind-body connection is no longer just a metaphor. Nowhere is this more exquisitely expressed than in the connection between our gut ...…
 
According to a report by the American Joint Replacement Registry, there were 860,000 hip and knee replacement surgeries in 2017. That means by the end of 2018, we will be over the 1 million mark in the United States. Thousands of these orthopedic surgeries are performed yearly within the Veterans Affairs. Patients are offered surgery as an opti ...…
 
Each day, millions of yoga enthusiasts flock to yoga studios for their daily or the weekly practice, celebrating an ancient wellness tradition as well as a form of exercise and therapy that's been validated in many studies by modern pain science. If done under the guidance of a skilled instructor or therapist, it can bring several health benefi ...…
 
Talking- Healing When it Seems Impossible Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Shiroko Sokitch, MD. Founder of Heart to Heart Medical Center in Santa Rosa, CA and author of The Hero's Journey. Combining modern technology and advancements in BHRT with the ancient remedies of Eastern Medicine has allowed Dr. Shiroko to r ...…
 
If you're someone who lives with pain and is trying to figure out the best therapies to utilize, you may be interested with Dr. Kathleen Sluka’s mechanism-based approach to pain management. Dr. Sluka is a neuroscientist and physical therapist who studies in neurobiology of chronic pain at the University of Iowa. She says the mechanism-based app ...…
 
Many researchers have devoted their entire career to exploring and learning more about what happens inside the brain when chronic pain develops and persists. Even though there is no one area for pain in the brain, neuroscientists have been able to recognize some key brain structures involved in the various components of the pain process. This i ...…
 
Talking- New Alternative to Health Insurance w/Functional Medicine? Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, James Maskell. He has creatied significant positive shifts in health care for a decade toward a wellness-centered, functional medicine model. In light of this, he created the Functional Forum, the world’s largest in ...…
 
When we think of pelvic pain, we easily associate that with women disorders which they even call women’s health therapy or women’s health section. There aren’t enough specialized care provided for men who are experiencing pelvic pain, even more so for the LGBT community. Dr. Sandy Hilton is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and one of the world's le ...…
 
Talking- Stress, Trauma and a Healing Mindset Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Niki Gratrix, an award-winning internationally renowned transformation coach, nutritional therapist, and bioenergetic practitioner, helping people to optimize energy. Since 2004 she has completed over 10,000 consultations in over 40 coun ...…
 
If the red pill were real, would you take it? If you’ve seen the movie The Matrix, then you know what Robbe Richman is talking about. Robbe is the creator of the Xpill. The Xpill is not a prescription drug or a supplement. All it is is brown rice protein with no active ingredients. On its own, it has no healing properties, and yet the moment pe ...…
 
Talking- Healing Your Hunger Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Tricia Nelson. Tricia lost fifty pounds by identifying and healing the underlying causes of her emotional eating. Tricia has spent nearly thirty years researching the hidden causes of the addictive personality. Tricia is an Emotional Eating Expert and au ...…
 
Talking- The Link Between PCOS and Autoimmune Thyroid Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Amy Medling. She is a certified health coach who specializes in working with women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS. She is the founder of PCOS Diva and has developed a proven protocol of diet and lifestyle programs that o ...…
 
Many people have questions about the role of spirituality in pain management and pain relief. Dr. Amy Wacholtz, a licensed clinical psychologist, pain researcher and assistant professor of Psychology at the University of Colorado, explores the role of spirituality as part of an integrative pain management program. Spirituality can be defined as ...…
 
Talking- 30 Days To Reset Your Thyroid Health Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Dr. Becky Campbell, a board-certified doctor of natural medicine who was initially introduced to functional medicine as a patient. She struggled with many of the issues her patients struggle with today, and she has made it her mission to ...…
 
PTSD can happen to anyone. It's not a sign of weakness. In many ways, it's a normal part of the traumatic healing process. Post-traumatic stress disorder can occur after you've experienced any type of trauma. A trauma is defined by a shocking or a dangerous event that you see or experience. Depending on which study you read, approximately 15% t ...…
 
Talking- A Prescriptive Look at Longevity Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Jason Prall, a former mechanical engineer turned entrepreneur, filmmaker, and Health Optimization Practitioner. Due to 20 years of his own health challenges, Jason was given the opportunity to discover the reality behind his symptoms. In May ...…
 
For a lot of practitioners, medical and psychiatric patients are difficult to treat, approach, or figure out. Dr. Les Aria is a rehabilitation and pain psychologist with over a decade of experience in working with patients with chronic pain and other types of chronic diseases. He specializes in treating complex medical-psychiatric chronic pain ...…
 
If you have chronic pain, you’ve been told for years, decades, and even still today, to take it easy, to rest, and to not do any type of activity that may cause pain oftentimes by people who are well-intentioned and are trying to help you feel better. With the latest research and data coming out in the new world of pain science, exercise in its ...…
 
Talking- Igniting the Body's Capacity to Heal Join co-hosts Danna & Tiffany as they talk with special guest, Dr. Kim D'Eramo, bestselling author of the MindBody Toolkit, and Founder of the American Institute of MindBody Medicine. She's been seen on national television networks including Fox, NBC, and CBS, as well as being featured regularly on ...…
 
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