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Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that affects one’s ability to live a full and active life and impacts both physical and emotional health. Whether you are living with chronic pain or a physical therapist or other health professional such as an occupational therapist, psychologist, social worker, nurse, or physician seeking information for treating pain, we invite you to join our global community. Welcome to The Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Joe Tatta, a podcast that promotes the late ...
 
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The words pain science and pain education are used so frequently nowadays in professional circles that we rarely take the time to explain the difference between the two or reflect on what clinical practice was like before these advancements came into our life. What was it like for people living with pain without this knowledge? Pain science is a pa…
 
The Night My Childhood Ended, Part 1 In today’s podcast, we present the first half of a therapy session with Todd, who describes a traumatic event that ended his childhood when he was eight. Next week, you will hear the exciting and inspiring last half of Todd’s session. My co-therapist is Dr. Jill Levitt, the Director of Training at the Feeling Go…
 
Do you want to further a medical cause? Are you looking to grow your practice? My guest, Dr. David Geier, can help you do both! Dr. Geier is a physician media expert who has been doing this for ten years. He reveals tips on how to reach out to media outlets, how to approach the various platforms available, and how to deliver an effective message. W…
 
Joining me is one of our faculty members, Dr. Carey Rothschild. She’s going to talk to you all about the importance of pain science and pain education in practice, whether you are a physical medicine or mental health professional. Let me first introduce Carey to all of you. Dr. Carey Rothschild is an Assistant Professor in the Doctor of Physical Th…
 
In this episode, Dr. Jonathan Charnin and Dr. Daniel Saddawi-Konefka join us to explore the evidence around perioperative stress dose steroids and adrenal insufficiency. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy our content, leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts and consider helping us offset the costs of production by donating through our Patreon at ht…
 
Ask Rhonda, Matt, and David! Tips for Joy and more! In today’s Ask David, we are honored to feature Matthew May, MD, a former student of David’s during his psychiatric residency training, and now esteemed colleague. Rhonda and David are thrilled that Matt can join us, not only because he is a dear and loved colleague, but also because he is one of …
 
Unfortunately, physician burnout continues to be a big issue in today’s world. In fact, 50 to 70 percent of doctors claim to have at least one symptom of burnout. Life coach and podcast host of Doctor Me First and Burnt out to Badass, Dr. Errin Weisman, gives us a very candid look into her experience with physician burnout, and how along the way sh…
 
It's a pleasure to be spending this time with you. In this episode, we're talking about the latest in pain science and pain education with our expert guest Dr. Carey Rothschild. Carey is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Central Florida. In addition to earning her DPT degree, she is also board certifi…
 
The Paradoxical Nature of TEAM In today’s podcast, we are honored to feature Matthew May, MD, a brilliant and beloved colleague of Rhonda and David. Rhonda suggested the topic for today’s podcast on the Paradoxical Nature of TEAM, and Matt and I were more than excited to dive into this cool topic! We reviewed the paradoxical nature of the four comp…
 
Dr. Harry Karydes created rituals and habits that helped him avoid burnout and made him a more successful and fulfilled doctor in the 21st century. His podcast Medicine Revived is giving physicians everywhere the tools to excel clinically and have more meaningful relationships inside and outside medicine. He shares his morning and evening rituals t…
 
We are joined by Dr. Ellen Zambo Anderson, who is an Associate Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Rutgers University. In addition to earning a PhD in Health Sciences, she's an Assistant Director of the Rutgers Community Participatory Physical Therapy Clinic and serves as the Special Olympics Global Advisor for Young Athletes. Dr…
 
Ask Rhonda, Matt and David! Ask David #243 May 24, 2021 David and Ronda answer your questions about the role of hope, treating court-ordered patients, suicide threats, being a virgin, and moral scrupulosity. Guest expert, Dr. Matthew May, joins us for this fascinating podcast featuring questions from fans like you! V3A asks: What is the role of hop…
 
Do you like Websites? Today, a website is something that you need to have. My guest Gavin Baker from Baker Labs goes through everything that went into designing my website https://www.doctorsunbound.com. We talk about logos, fonts, about pages, design, layout, and so much more. Baker Labs’ goal is to always prioritize the client and Gavin goes thro…
 
Thanks for joining me for this special episode of the show masterclass where we're discussing the impact of motivational interviewing on chronic pain. In this episode, I'm joined by Dr. Rose Pignataro, who is a doctor of physical therapy and an expert on how to use motivational interviewing specifically in physical therapy, chronic pain and non-com…
 
Professor Yehuda’s TEAM-CBT Israeli Initiative! Today’s podcast is the latest in a series Rhonda has created featuring people who are doing interesting and creative things with TEAM-CBT. In today’s episode, we feature Yehuda Bar-Shalom, D.H.L, TEAM CBT level 4 trainer and therapist, who will teach us all about the use of TEAM in the school system. …
 
Taking physical medicine and rehabilitation to the next level these former athletes, Dr. Altamash Raja and Dr. Darsh Shah, are reaching new heights with their podcast Medicine Redefined. Fellow members of Doctor Podcast Network, these two residents are making big waves in the world of physician podcasting helping to educate their listeners on every…
 
Live Work with Elizabeth, Part 2 (of 2) “I’m tired of being terrified. I want to be at peace!” Last week, we brought you Part 1 of a session with a women who's been struggling with anxiety and the fear of poverty every since she was 13 years old. that included T = Testing and E = Empathy, including an empathy error that David and Jill corrected. To…
 
Dr. Kirsten Limmer started investing in real estate almost by accident. What began as a $1000 dollar inheritance, became an interest and passion for investing. Dr. Kirsten turned that original inheritance into numerous investment properties across multiple states. She cut down on her clinical hours and now has real estate professional status. Dr. L…
 
In this episode, you'll get to meet my friend and colleague, David Hanscom, MD. He is an orthopedic surgeon whose practice at one time focused on patients with failed back surgeries. He eventually quit his spine surgery practice to pursue his passion and present his insights into solving chronic pain, which evolved from his own battle and struggles…
 
“I’m tired of being terrified. I want to be at peace!” Live Work with Elizabeth, Part 1 (of 2) This podcast features Elizabeth Dandenell, LMFT, who runs a successful treatment clinic in Alameda, California for anxiety disorders, The East Bay Center for Anxiety Relief (www.eastbayanxiety.com.). She is a certified Level 4 TEAM therapist and trainer, …
 
Dr. Corinne Devin is an orthodontist, Naval Officer, Beauty Pageant winner, keynote speaker, and a STEM advocate for middle school girls. This renaissance woman talks about how growing up in a military family and entering the pageantry world taught her some valuable lessons. These gave her an advantage in dealing with her Naval career and becoming …
 
In this episode, we're going to do something different. Instead of me interviewing someone, I'm going to share a simple yet powerful technique that will help you whether you're someone living with pain or a practitioner who treats people. This exercise is called Dropping an Anchor. It's typically one of the very first techniques that I teach patien…
 
In this episode, Dr. Ross Kennedy and Dr. Cas Woinarski join us to discuss the evidence on whether low-flow anesthesia with sevoflurane is safe. We discuss Compound A generation and nephrotoxicity. This episode was made possible through production and research support from Davies Agyekum, MD, PhD. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy our content, con…
 
239: Ten Days to Self-Esteem, Featuring Dawn O’Meally Dawn O’Meally is a licensed mental health professional from Westminster, Maryland who purchased my book, Ten Days to Self-Esteem workbook (link) as well as the Ten Days to Self-Esteem Leader’s Manual for at a workshop she attended in 2002. This is a 10-class self-esteem training program for pati…
 
Dr. Chrystene Nguyen takes the complicated out of dating for healthcare professionals with White Coat Romance. What started out as a Facebook community has now grown into a dating app for healthcare professionals. Dr. Nguyen knows it can be hard to find someone who not only has the same passions as you, but also understands the unique challenges of…
 
We're discussing how to train entry-level physical therapists to address the opioid epidemic. My guest is Dr. Anne Swisher. She is a Professor and Director of Scholarship for the West Virginia Division of Physical Therapy. She's been a Board-Certified Cardiopulmonary Clinical Specialist for several years and has taught in the area of cardiopulmonar…
 
238: Feeling Great Book Club Featuring Drs. Sharon Batista and Robert Schacter In today's podcast, Drs. Sharon Batista and Robert Schacter describe their visionary 16-week Feeling Great Book Club for mental health professionals that we mentioned in a podcast several months ago. The group was a great success, and I am super thankful to them for crea…
 
Dr. John Chase, a recently retired orthopedic surgeon and new author, shares his perspective on what a fulfilling career in medicine looks like and what it really means to have a successful practice. After retiring in March of 2020, Dr. Chase wrote his book You What? Humorous Stories, Cautionary Tales, and Unexpected Insights About a Career in Medi…
 
We're diving deeper into the utility of Pain Neuroscience Education and investigating if it's enough to help people overcome pain when used as a single treatment modality or should it be folded into a more comprehensive multimodal pain treatment program? My guest is Rilind Shala who is a young scientist and a physical therapist from Kosovo. He cond…
 
Podcast 237: The Gentle Ultimatum: Can We Make Our Patients Accountable? April 12, 2021 At the top of the podcast, Rhonda reads several beautiful and thoughtful comments from listeners like you. One was an enthusiastic listener who found us on YouTube and wondered why we don’t have vastly larger audiences, since the quality of what we offer is not …
 
From overcoming psychological barriers to how the vibrations of being who you are and what you want out of life translates to your kids, Dr. Amit Mirchandani and I discuss how being an entrepreneur has changed us both. It’s about the creation of something that can benefit others while also keeping the flame alive for your outside of medicine intere…
 
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