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Releasing Chronic Pain: Rick Olderman and Dawson Church in Conversation

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Rick Olderman is a sports and orthopedic physical therapist with more than 25 years of experience. Rick specializes in helping people with chronic pain experience a pain-free life. He graduated with his master’s degree from The Krannert School of Physical Therapy at the University of Indianapolis. His clinic in lovely Denver, Colorado is famous for being the place that people went when all other treatments failed. Rick has written the popular Fixing You® series of books, found on Amazon.com, to help people with chronic pain or injuries. Rick wants to show you how to live completely pain-free without the need for medication. On Rick's site, use coupon code FIXINGYOU to get 20% off any of his products.

Website: https://rickolderman.com/

Here Rick and Dawson share their insights on:

  • The secrets to healing
  • Rick's personal story
  • How the body isn’t looked at as a system, but as a series of individual components
  • The main cause of neck and head pain (shoulder misalignment)
  • Why medicine is so fragmented?
  • The non-physiological issues that contribute to pain
  • Mental tension

To explore more of Dr. Dawson Church's work: http://www.dawsongift.com/

#eft #eftuniverse #mindtomatter #blissbrain #pain #physicaltherapy #painfree #fixingyou

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Content provided by Dawson Church PhD. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Dawson Church PhD or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.

Rick Olderman is a sports and orthopedic physical therapist with more than 25 years of experience. Rick specializes in helping people with chronic pain experience a pain-free life. He graduated with his master’s degree from The Krannert School of Physical Therapy at the University of Indianapolis. His clinic in lovely Denver, Colorado is famous for being the place that people went when all other treatments failed. Rick has written the popular Fixing You® series of books, found on Amazon.com, to help people with chronic pain or injuries. Rick wants to show you how to live completely pain-free without the need for medication. On Rick's site, use coupon code FIXINGYOU to get 20% off any of his products.

Website: https://rickolderman.com/

Here Rick and Dawson share their insights on:

  • The secrets to healing
  • Rick's personal story
  • How the body isn’t looked at as a system, but as a series of individual components
  • The main cause of neck and head pain (shoulder misalignment)
  • Why medicine is so fragmented?
  • The non-physiological issues that contribute to pain
  • Mental tension

To explore more of Dr. Dawson Church's work: http://www.dawsongift.com/

#eft #eftuniverse #mindtomatter #blissbrain #pain #physicaltherapy #painfree #fixingyou

  continue reading

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