Soothing Scents of Aromatherapy Part I

Do you like the scent of spices in your kitchen or flowers in your garden? More of us are turning to aromatherapy as an option for alleviating pain, managing stress, and enhancing relaxation. Anne Hill suffered from 25 years of sinusitis pressure and pain.  She’ll discuss how a combination of essential oils has produced benefits …

Posture Guru and Pain Relief Part II

If you have musculoskeletal pain and about 30% of adults do, this show is for you. We continue our discussion with Esther Gokhale, known as the Posture Guru of Silicon Valley. She discusses the sustainability of her method, details about her workshops, and which painful conditions she can best help. She’s the author of 8 …

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Posture Guru and Pain Relief Part I

If you have musculoskeletal pain and about 30% of adults do, this show is for you. We continue our discussion with Esther Gokhale, known as the Posture Guru of Silicon Valley. She discusses the sustainability of her method, details about her workshops, and which painful conditions she can best help. She’s the author of 8 …

Energy Healing from Afar, Part I

Is the art of healing bound by physical limitations?  Can healing take place over long distances – by telephone for example.  Does some universal force or energy source provide human beings with avenues to connect with each other for the purpose of healing pain? Lynn describes in even more detail the remarkable effects of energy healing …

Holistic Approaches for Pain Relief

Join us as Naomi Judd, a six time Grammy award winner, humanitarian, and spokesperson for Partners Against Pain, reveals her tips for engaging the mind/body/spirit connection in managing pain. While Dr. David Mount, Director of Community Outreach, Partnerships, and Advocacy at the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity at Wake Forest Medical School, shares his …

Playing Through the Pain

Do you enjoy playing sports? How about swimming, tennis, or basketball? You may be an elite college or professional athlete, a child athlete, or just somebody who enjoys sports for its health benefits. Have coaches, your parents, or teammates ever asked you to play through an injury, or play through the pain? You might be …

Emu Oil: Topical Triumph over Pain?

Our guest Johnny Bench is a Hall of Fame Catcher who played for the Cincinnati Reds. Like so many, Johnny suffers the pain of arthritis but he’s moved beyond a world of terrible pain that once restricted his whole life. During the show, we’ll learn about a topical pain reliever called Emu Oil and Johnny’s …

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Abdominal pain can be grueling, causing cramps, spasms and intense squeezing sensations. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can be a common cause of abdominal pain and represents one of the digestive diseases that affect 90 million Americans. Lisa Thorpe shares her experience with IBS and how she’s benefited from both traditional and integrative treatments. Dr. Gerald …

The Hidden Pain in Every Kitchen, Part I

Chefs spend their lives standing up, walking quickly, chopping, twisting, bending, and lifting heavy pots and pans. Executive Chef Mark Peel was the owner of the award-winning Los Angeles restaurant called Campanile. His work in the kitchen led to carpal tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome, and low back pain. He’s overcome all three conditions and continues …

The Hidden Pain in every Kitchen, Part II

Chefs spend their lives standing up, walking quickly, chopping, twisting, bending, and lifting heavy pots and pans. Executive Chef Mark Peel was the owner of the award-winning Los Angeles restaurant called, Campanile. His work in the kitchen led to carpal tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome, and low back pain. He’s overcome all three conditions and continued …