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Pain Speak

Deepak Ravindran

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The Pain Speak podcast is presented by Dr Deepak Ravindran, a full time NHS Consultant specialising in Pain, Anaesthesia, MSK and Lifestyle Medicine. Dr Ravindran is also the author of the book, 'The Pain Free Mindset'. In this podcast Dr Ravindran explores all things related to pain including physical, emotional and social issues. He also looks at the neuroscience of pain and the fantastic advances which have been made in this area of medicine. He also discusses the business of healthcare a ...
 
Tune in to hear inspiring stories from people with purpose through intimate and honest conversations. You will glimpse into the lives of our guests who will shine a light on how they are making their contribution to society. Become inspired by their journeys and reflect on your own social purpose. Hosted by Danny Attias, recognised by CIO 100 as one of the UK’s most transformational technology leaders. Involved in both charity work and social enterprises, Danny is a strong supporter of tackl ...
 
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Dr. Deepak Ravindran is an ‘upstreamist’ with a trauma informed approach to pain practice. In this episode we discuss the many layers to pain and how working through a thoughtful and functional lens can be beneficial to our clients and patients, and their outcomes. Click here to learn more about Dr. Ravindran and his book “The Pain Free Mindset” Cl…
 
Dr. Adriaan Louw joins me on this episode to discuss the brain, its role in pain, and how pain goes beyond the biological function of the body. The neuroscience of pain is a fascinating topic! Dr. Louw helps us to understand why educating clients on pain is key to their clinical outcomes. Click here to visit Dr. Louw’s website and learn more about …
 
Star Khechara, health and nutrition educator, joins me on this episode to talk about all things collagen. Star educates us on whether there are benefits to supplementing with collagen and how we can best support our skin and natural collagen production through diet and lifestyle modifications. Click here to learn more about Star Khechara and her ac…
 
There are 3 primary types of dysfunction that can occur within the prostate. One of them is cancer. Today I welcome Dr. Geo Espinosa to the mic to discuss the many ways we can support the men we work with who are diagnosed with prostate cancer or looking to prevent it, and the key factors to consider with the modifiable diet and lifestyle factors. …
 
Dr. Jeff, a Senior Bioinformatics scientist at Illumina and host of the podcast ‘In Those Genes’, joins us today for an insightful conversation around genetics and race, helping us to understand that race is, indeed, a social construct. What does science tell us and how can we adapt our care both now and in the future based on our understanding of …
 
Today’s episode features twin sisters, Sasha and Sable Boykin and promises twice the wisdom. Sasha and Sable are on a mission to uplift, educate, and activate people into remembering their potent healing power through radical self care. Sit back, listen and absorb what it takes to truly practice self care. It may be different than you think! Click …
 
Today I’m joined by Dr. Blair Peters so that we can scratch the surface of the all-important topic of gender affirming surgery and care. Get ready for a thoughtful and thought provoking discussion on gender and body dysphoria, common misconceptions about gender affirming care, and how we clinicians can support a part of our patient population that …
 
In this episode I welcome back my friend Eileen Laird to discuss her new book, “Healing Mindset.” Using her own experiences and deep research, Eileen explores concepts of psychoneuroimmunology and does a brilliant job of outlining a vast array of tools we can employ to help clients and patients on their healing journeys. This conversation (and the …
 
Dr. Jay Lombard joins me this week to discuss “leaky brain.” But get ready for a deep dive into biochemistry and many clinical pearls illuminating how we can better support clients and patients diagnosed with complex neurological diseases like Parkinson’s, ALS, and Alzheimers, as well as those with autism and Asperger’s syndrome. Click here to lear…
 
Roudy Nassif joins me today to discuss the fascinating subject of light, and more importantly the light frequencies we receive from the sun. Roudy has made it his mission to educate as many people as possible about the importance of getting outside and shifting our exposures to certain light frequencies and, ultimately, how this can be a missing in…
 
I’m pleased to welcome Dr. Martin Rosen back to the podcast along with his wife, Dr. Nancy Watson, to discuss the fascinating topic of fascial distortion patterns, especially as they relate to children and child behavior and development. They dive into the importance of a healthy pregnancy as well as the first few years and […] The post #321: Mappi…
 
On today’s episode, I’m joined by Registered Dietician Katie Morra to take a deep dive into bloating. This is a “masterclass”! Katie clears up a common misconception that bloating is only caused by the food we eat and highlights the different root causes of chronic bloating walking us through the Matrix with expertise. Click here […] The post #320:…
 
Gastroenterologist, Dr. Chris Damman, joins me in this episode to discuss why fiber and more specifically, resistant starch, should be a foundational part of every diet. Tune in to learn how resistant starch helps transform gut, immune and metabolic health by engaging the microbiome! Click here to learn more about Dr. Damman’s website and products …
 
Dr. Frederic Luskin, Director of the Stanford Forgiveness Projects, joins me today to talk about forgiveness. While we hear “easier said than done”, forgiveness is a lifelong habit. Dr. Luskin provides insight and direction on ways to create this healthy habit, and he reminds us that forgiveness is a teachable skill. Click here to learn […] The pos…
 
Dr. Monique Andrews, aka “Dr. Mo,” joins me to discuss the meaning behind “embodied” neuroscience. Dr. Mo is passionate about helping clients feel better by approaching their care from a bottom-up perspective, incorporating somatic practices, and polyvagal exercises as a route to help patients regain more sovereignty through their health and healin…
 
James LaValle, an internationally recognized clinical pharmacist, author, board-certified clinical nutritionist, expert and educator in integrative and precision health, joins me today to discuss “metaflammation”. We’ve all heard of inflammation and today James breaks down how chronic inflammation underlies metabolic dysfunction and why it’s now re…
 
Megan Barnett, Functional Medicine Nutritionist and founder of Florasophy™ organic soluble fiber blends, joins me today to discuss the importance of the role soluble fiber plays in our health and health outcomes — from digestive health to blood sugar balance to hormone health and everything in between! Megan sheds critical light on why (and how) [……
 
In today’s episode, I’m joined by Registered Dietitian Desiree Nielsen to discuss “anti-nutrients”. Do foods like lectins and oxalates really need to be avoided? Desiree’s expertise with plant-based eating allows her to shed light on why plants are good for us, and why our focus needs to shift to the body’s function and away from […] The post #314:…
 
In this episode we take a deep dive into elimination diet Do’s and Don’ts with Functional Nutritionist Ali Segersten. Ali walks us through the concepts outlined in her book “The Elimination Diet”. She also shares tips and debunks myths on how to be successful with elimination diets in your practice (and in your life!) I’ve […] The post #313: Mappin…
 
Dr. Jeff, a Senior Bioinformatics scientist at Illumina and host of the podcast ‘In Those Genes’, joins us today for an insightful conversation around genetics and race, helping us to understand that race is, indeed, a social construct. What does science tell us and how can we adapt our care both now and in the […] The post #312: Mapping Genetics a…
 
This Nutrition Therapy episode of the 15-Minute Matrix delves into the realm of habit and habit change as it relates to dietary change. Dr. Gina Cleo helps us to recognize that when we understand the theory of habit, we can apply it to any area of our lives, and help our clients and patients to […] The post #311: Mapping Dietary Habit Change with D…
 
We all deserve to be happy, yet many consider their focus on happiness to be selfish or a luxury. Join me as I discuss happiness and “living our lives in color” with Margie Bissinger and uncover why the cultivation of happiness is anything but a luxury. There’s plenty of research around the impacts that happiness […] The post #310: Mapping Happines…
 
When it comes to fertility, much of our attention goes to female reproductive challenges. But today on the podcast, Registered Dietician and Fertility expert Brooke Boskovich explores the male side of the equation with a deep discussion focused on sperm health. I learned things in this episode that I did not know, and I think […] The post #309: Map…
 
Dr. Aimie Apigian, medical expert in stored trauma, joins me to discuss biological trauma, its origins and its impact on overall health. Listen-in to learn how cellular resilience translates to emotional resilience. This episode really helps us to see the full web of interconnections! Click here to learn more about Dr. Apigian and her offerings […]…
 
Today’s discussion with Dr. Rachel Goode centers around her important work at the Living FREE Lab and their research around food scarcity and binge eating. We discuss the root causes that contribute to food insecurity and the steps that can be taken to help those that may be facing the challenges experienced by feast and […] The post #307: Mapping …
 
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