invisible illness

Invisible Illness

Published in Family First, Mishpacha Jewish Family Weekly Dr. Paul Christo sat down with Family First to discuss illnesses that can baffle doctors, and how most are left with chronic pain. When you go to the doctor you are typically asked to rate your pain. He answers the question that many people suffering have asked before, “Is …

The Mike Schickman Show

Dr. Christo Speaks about Pain Management on The Mike Schickman Show  You can listen to the recording below:

Four New Year’s Resolutions You Haven’t Made Yet

We are all aware of standard New Year’s resolutions – eat healthier and exercise more to lose weight and improve our lives. Both foods and exercise can have important pain-reducing effects. In addition, let’s consider lesser known strategies for feeling better, and overcoming pain in the New Year. Find someone who inspires you: Many celebrities …

YOU The Owner’s Manual

Dr. Christo was a guest on YOU The Owner’s Manual Radio Show with Dr. Michael Roizen, MD Tune in to hear his recommended solutions to common issues such as migraines, knee pain and pelvic pain… it’s not just physical therapy! Find out how cutting-edge treatments such as Botox may be able to help you feel …

28th Annual AIPM Meeting

Dr. Paul Christo Speaks at the 28TH Annual Meeting of the Academy of Integrative Pain Management Clinicians and healthcare professionals were able to: -Learn about the newest, evidence-based, integrative approaches to pain management — for everything from headache and neuropathic pain, to fibromyalgia and back pain. -Hear about best practices in team-based care for the …

Relationships 2.0 with Dr. Michelle Skeen

Dr. Christo was a guest on Dr. Michelle Skeen’s Radio Show Relationships 2.0 He was able to discuss how chronic pain can affect our relationships. On Dr. Skeen’s radio show, she interviews guests who present their unique perspectives and expertise on topics that cover all aspects of relationships. These authors and experts offer advice for …

pain awareness month

Pain Awareness Month: The “Give a Squat 4 Pain” Campaign

September is Pain Awareness Month, and with a new campaign, the American Chronic Pain Association wants people to “Give a Squat 4 Pain”. To participate, ACPA is asking people to squat against a wall (or any vertical surface), holding the position for as long as they can. After feeling the burn, they should head over …

Dr. Christo Contributes to Thrive Global

Overcoming Pain Advice from an expert. Originally published on Thrive Global.  Chronic pain affects 116 million U.S. adults, and 40% of people living in developing countries. It doesn’t spare the more vulnerable members of society either. For instance, 20% of all children are affected by chronic pain and the prevalence increases among older adults. Pain-relief …

Chronic Pain Women

Why Chronic Pain Can Be Paralyzing for Women

Throughout the month of March, Aches and Gains will be celebrating Women’s History Month. As a time to reflect on the many challenges women have faced over the past few centuries, we also look at the many ways the gender gap still exists. For the Aches and Gains team, that means analyzing the gender gap …