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Yes, it IS all in your head (and why that’s a good thing) - My chronic pain clinic is what you might describe as an end-of-the-road destination. It’s where people come after they’ve been to see everyone else, tried any number of treatments, even gone down the surgery route. It’s a tough job – no denying it. It’s not a job I can do forever, but the years I’ve spent doing it have been rewarding. Some of the patients I see are defensive. This is because in the past, they’ve seen people for the...
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Exercise for Pain Relief & Natural Movement - “Do this for 5 minutes a day and it’ll change your life.” In this snippet from our interview, Dr Perry Nickelston of “Stop Chasing Pain” describes a wonderful exercise you can do in just 5 minutes a day – without needing any special equipment. If you’re wanting to get mobile and rediscover pain-free free movement – then this exercise could be for you. http://lap-free-vids.s3.amazonaws.com/info/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/2016-11-03-5minute-exerci...
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How to Stop Chasing Pain – and Move Naturally Again - In today’s interview, I’m joined by Dr. Perry Nickelston, founder of Stop Chasing Pain, and also author of the upcoming book of the same name. Perry is a Functional Movement Specialist, chiropractor and medical officer for LiteCure, a deep tissue laser therapy company. In this interview, you’ll learn corrective exercise, primal movement, and tactical breathing to return to active, pain-free living. Perry also shares his expertise on the ...
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How to Keep Doing What You Love When You’re in Pain - Welcome everyone, to the Life After Pain Masterclass series. We’re joined by Ruth Heidrich, Ph.D. Ruth is quite an extraordinary lady. At 81 years young, Ruth, is a raw vegan Ironman Triathlete. She has won more than 900 trophies, 6 Ironman Triathlons, 8 Gold Medals in the U.S.Senior Olympics, and 67 marathons including Boston, New York, & Moscow.  She is also a breast cancer survivor and author of: “Lifelong Running: How to Overcome the...
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The Day After…. - With the USA election results in, half the country is either in mourning or celebration. However you feel about the result – here’s one key takeaway. You can only effect things which are inside your circle of influence. When you act on things inside your circle of influence – you feel empowered and positive. When you think about things outside of your circle of influence – you feel anxious, powerless and upset. So the key is (as much a possible) to think, talk and act only...
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Exercise: Getting Started When You Have Chronic Pain - Do you know the value of exercise? Movement plays a key role in helping us heal from chronic pain; however, it is one of the first habits we neglect when pain begins. This robs our bodies of both strength and endorphins, those magical substances that relieve pain and promote happiness. In this video, I share my method for beginning to exercise while living with chronic pain. As you embark on an exercise program, remember the boom & bust...
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These 8 Muscles Gave Dramatic Back Pain Relief - In this article, you’re going to discover how treating 8 back muscles with specific exercises cured a lady’s back pain. The most interesting thing? Her pain was believed to be incurable. These exercises were administered by Dr Marcus of the Norman Marcus Pain Institute. http://lap-free-vids.s3.amazonaws.com/info/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Dr-Marcus-Excerpt.mp3   If you’re interested in seeing these 8 muscles and finding the trigger points in ...
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21 Exercises to End Back Pain - Today’s interview is with Dr Norman Marcus, author of ‘End Back Pain Forever’ and ‘Freedom from Pain.’ He is director of muscle pain research at the New York University School of medicine and has been a guest on The Today Show, CBS, This Morning, Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, The Early Show. Dr. Marcus is also the founder of the Norman Marcus Pain Institute, NYC. In this interview we’re going to explore Dr Marcus’s approach to treating back pain. We’ll...
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