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Nicole J. Sachs, LCSW is a speaker, writer, and psychotherapist who has dedicated her life and her practice to the treatment of chronic pain and conditions. She is the author of The Meaning of Truth, and the online course: FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN. Through her personal journey working directly with Dr. John Sarno as well as counseling hundreds of clients, she's shaped and evolved theories which serve to teach those suffering how to heal themselves, completely, with no medication or surgery. ...
 
Robby and Sammi have been through lots of challenges since getting together in 2011, but nothing has impacted their lives quite like Robby's car accident in 2017. Join the journey from the beginning, and follow this husband and wife duo as they share their painful truths of living with chronic pain. If you enjoyed this episode, check out http://www.LimitlessBroadcasting.com. You'll find more podcast episodes and merchandise!
 
100 Million people in the United States have chronic pain. And that's just physical pain. Well,what about pain from life stressors, negative emotions, lack of happiness, difficulties with negative thinking or a lack or fortitude? Chronic pain is reframed as "Ongoing, intermittent life challenges." Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drgeorge-beilin/support
 
Chronic: The Pain Game is six-part podcast series focusing on the personal stories of chronic pain patients including the challenges and obstacles they face with obtaining adequate treatment, particularly opioids . The podcast features interviews with pain patients, patient advocates, healthcare professionals and a governing body, which highlight and support claims of existing problems and obstacles.
 
Yes, you can manage chronic pain at Integrated Spine, Pain and Wellness.You shouldn’t have to live with the pain. At Integrated Spine, Pain & Wellness (ISPW), Dr. Goyle delivers effective, non-narcotic health solutions that alleviate the pain and suffering that is prohibiting you from living your best life. Driven by the belief that all patients are family, ISPW delivers compassionate, ethical and individualized patient care in a welcoming and relaxed environment. Enjoy our videos that focus ...
 
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In the US alone, 100 million people suffer from chronic pain. Worldwide, 1.5 billion people are afflicted with it. According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, it affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined. Chronic pain forces people to change jobs, or stop working completely. It can cause depression and anxiety, and it can make daily life nearly impossible. I am a sufferer of chronic pain and this podcast grew out of my pursuit of a diagnosis. This is my ...
 
I am the creator of the Yass method. This is the only method designed to properly identify the cause of pain. It will replace the use of the MRI as the primary method for diagnosing the cause of pain. It has been used over 2 decades to properly treat patients suffering with chronic pain. I have stopped thousands from getting unnecessary surgeries and treated thousands of others who had surgery that did nothing to resolve their symptoms. It is time to get your life back! (www.mitchellyass.com)
 
Welcome to Finding Your Range, the Podcast which uncovers the truth behind living with hypermobility, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and chronic pain. Your host is Jeannie Di Bon, a movement therapist who specialises in working with clients with these conditions. She is also the author of two books - Pilates Without Tears and Hypermobility Without Tears. She is an educator of teachers and therapists in the field of movement for hypermobile patients and speaks regularly for The EDS Society and the HM ...
 
'It's all in your head' - a phrase I have heard all too often before I was diagnosed with CRPS at age 16 and a phrase almost every chronic pain sufferer can relate to. Spilling The Tea on Chronic Pain is a safe place where I discuss all things relating to chronic pain, a place for you to realise that it isn't all in your head and you aren't all alone. So curl up on the couch with a cup of tea, or lay down in bed, whatever is more comfortable for you and have a chat with a friend that can rel ...
 
This podcast is about muscle-related pelvic pain in men and women. Dr. David Wise, co-author of the groundbreaking book “A Headache in the Pelvic,” discusses the frequent misunderstanding and mistreatment of chronic pelvic syndromes, and the relationship between anxiety and pelvic pain. Dr. Wise, who also co-developed “Wise-Anderson Protocol,” a revolutionary treatment developed at Stanford University, explains how this Protocol focuses on the importance of self-treatment. Hear stories of me ...
 
In every episode we share valuable insights from systematic research and clinical guidelines, as well as advice from experts dedicated to helping people recover from chronic low back pain. My Back Recovery promotes evidence based treatment options, safe training and expert strategies to help you make smart decisions about your rehabilitation process.
 
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Today on the pod we are talking about Anxiety, one of the favorite topics of this community. When I say fave of course I know you don't WANT to have to talk about anxiety, but alas, we are such an anxious bunch. Here's why: Anxiety and Chronic Pain/Illness/Symptoms/Syndromes/Diagnoses are interchangeable. Anxiety is one of the most common symptom i…
 
Thanks for hanging in there, Pain Warriors! Robby and Sammi are back after a struggle with Covid and television show pitches. Today's episode is the Year End Wrap Up, which would have been released right before the new year if life didn't get in the way. Robby and Sammi are so thankful for each and every one of you, and there are some awesome episo…
 
Marian is back! My first ever podcast guest 4 years ago, Marian has come so far and has sage wisdom for you all about how to live a chronic pain free life. This does not mean that things are perfect. It means that she has a toolkit and knows how to use it. We cover all the best practices (including how two crazies like us can meditate), and we talk…
 
So often we feel pulled in two directions with this work: How can I unearth and reckon with the things in my life that are causing my body to channel pain, and also hold space for a positive mindset and openness to ease? A common misconception, I have found in my many years of doing and teaching this work, is that either we can't have both, or we a…
 
** TRIGGER WARNING. EMMA IS DOING GREAT, BUT DOES DISCUSS SUICIDAL IDEATION AND THE DEATH OF A FAMILY MEMBER BY SUICIDE ON THIS EPISODE ** When Emma and I first connected, she was requesting a RTH for issues related to Lupus/other autoimmune conditions, and I jumped at the chance to highlight such an important topic, and help her to move the needle…
 
I've learned this year that we need to get lost in order to be found. The obstacles in the path are the path. Our challenging parts of life (family, work, self-worth, relationships) are our sacred spiritual practices. Happily, all of this hard work also results in the cessation of chronic pain. What a joy it is for me to be on this trip with you. I…
 
Today as we inhabit The Holidays 2022, I bring to you a revisit of an incredibly impactful concept: Pre-grieving and the attendant anxiety and lack of presence it brings. Almost a year after it originally aired, this episode holds particular significance considering what has transpired, and the lessons therein. Join me for an important reboot of a …
 
What is This, a Crossover Episode? Sammi is sprinkling some Pixie Dust on today's episode, as she brings some of her Disney knowledge to the show to share how she and Robby navigate their days at Disney World. You'll learn about the Disability Pass offered at both Disney World and Universal Studios, information about ECV and wheelchair rentals, and…
 
We received a Speakpipe that really influenced us and got us thinking. Dana piped in to say that she was experiencing insomnia and numbness after leaving her job to stay home with her kids, and also knew somewhere inside she was stuck - that her deeper worry and projection was that when she got "done" with these parts of her life, then she might ac…
 
I heard from Grace long before I met her at Omega. She was deeply struggling, and reached out for help. The only thing I could advise her (and could advise anyone) was to take advantage of the resources I offer, and do her best to do the work. Well, boy did she! Not only did Grace do the work, she came to Omega and bravely and boldly lived her jour…
 
Hello loves! Today on the podcast we are hearing from Erin, a cancer survivor who is curious as to how we can square the need to eat healthily and regulate our gut microbiomes with this mind/body work. Erin's symptoms are stuck and she is not sure where to go, so I am here to weigh in (no pun intended lol). I have found over years of practice, writ…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Painful Truth of Living with Chronic Pain! Today, Robby and Sammi are so excited to have Special Guest, Phil, back on the show! He's sharing part of his life story, including how he hooked on opioids, almost lost everything, and how he handles his chronic illness and pain now. Follow your hosts on Instagram @thepai…
 
When I got Claire's email, I was so filled with gratitude that I knew our interview had to be our Thanksgiving episode. Claire spent a lifetime (and I mean a lifetime) battling TMS in myriad forms, never knowing that there was a solution that connected all of her symptoms. Plantar fasciitis, fibromyalgia, and finally larynx and voice disorders that…
 
As we enter into what some refer to as "hurricane season" - the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year's - let's spend some time talking about the MindBody journey and getting the support that lifts us. When we need to express ourselves, it can be helpful to prepare our thoughts. So often this MindBody work is misinterpreted, and once we begin it …
 
Yes, we have been called to wake up. Yes, we were desperate to leave chronic pain and conditions in the rearview. And yes, this is fraught with anger, frustration, fear, confusion, and conflict. But here we are, and this is the road to everything you've ever wanted. I promise. It just takes what it takes to get there. Today on the pod, Christine's …
 
Robby and Sammi want to welcome you to a Very Special Episode of The Painful Truth of Living with Chronic Pain where as they discuss Substance Use Disorders aka addiction. You've heard about Robby's struggles with opioids, and on the next episode you'll get a better understanding of their friend Phil's addiction history, so it seemed like a good ti…
 
I love when your very own voices give me the chance to explain things that everyone needs to know. These concepts bear repeating again and again, reminding us always how to stick with the work alongside a mindset of healing. Today we take two Speakpipe questions from Alanna and Raquel, and tackle the "back to basics" concepts of how to do this work…
 
If you've been with me for a while, you have definitely heard me evoke the image of life's journey being analogous to climbing a mountain. Not a slog from the bottom to the top in a straight line - an ascension in concentric circles, around it like a corkscrew. This beautiful image is one we are building out today. I know how hard it is to feel lik…
 
Lisa Rinna has been on your screen for years, but rarely has the controversy over her anger been so great. We became acquainted when Lisa reached out for help with the grief of losing her mother, a beacon of strength and support in her life. Once she began a JournalSpeak practice, Lisa began to feel the relief of connection with authenticity, which…
 
Over the years in private practice, there was a theme that recurred again and again - "I can't stand the way I react to life sometimes, but I can't seem to change it!" I have found people frustrated with their seeming inability to affect transformation in their own lives. It came to me, little by slowly and working with my own journey in tandem, th…
 
Hello my loves. Today we revisit a beautiful story which is a metaphor for healing, and take a look at how I've changed in the past two years since I first told it. Tara Brach, the amazing meditation teacher and sage guide, tells us to gather the parts of us we've needed to banish, and "let them belong". Today we discuss this process, and the gentl…
 
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