Their teachers hope that students are beginning to realize that medicine is not black and white, but many shades of grey. The museum sessions are designed to get these students thinking about the importance of a diagnosis that is not just based on physical symptoms, but also on the larger narrative that informs a patient’s health story.
Forgive my bossiness but this post comes from a desperate experience that I lived for 4.5 years. That’s a long time for someone with increasing chronic pain levels and not much hope. I felt isolated and alone in a very [...]
But Dr Echenberg found something and shared it with me during our last skype meet: He informed me about three New York based physical therapists; Elan Schneider, Rob DiLillo, and Greg Hullstrung, and their project retrainpain.org
Full agenda and topics available at www.bridgeforpelvicpain.org Sat, Jul 16 at 8:00 AM, Colorado Springs, CO, United States This seminar will be an immersion in learning about chronic pelvic pain from diagnosis and treatment to the patient perspective encompassing a [...]
I can’t stand TV as it hurts to sit or lie back and watch but recently, while tuning in to one of the very few shows I do watch, I caught a message from a Pharmaceutical (Pharma) advertisement about pain [...]
A new DVD resource, Healing the Pain ‘Down There’: A Guide for Females with Persistent Genital and Sexual Pain
There have been many times during my years of chronic pain where I wondered, ‘Why didn’t I know that?’. Usually, the information is quite basic and I feel as though I’ve been deprived by never knowing something so crucial and [...]
(Official site www.cakemovie.net) Story Claire Bennett (Jennifer Aniston) is in pain. Her physical pain is evident in the scars that line her body and the way she carries herself, wincing with each tentative step. She’s no good at hiding her [...]
We offer health professionals a unique opportunity to update their knowledge and skills and to effectively transfer them into their clinical practice setting.
I never shop from my phone, but given Theo and I were away for the weekend (researching our next phase of life), I felt it was worth the risk responding to The School of Life’s Dr Norman Doidge event and [...]