Sine Dolore European Pain Foundation 13th Annual Meeting

Dr. Christo was honored to speak at the inauguration of Sine Dolore World Park in Spain. Sine Dolore World Park is the only theme park in the world against pain and quality of life. Dr. Christo is also the keynote speaker at the event. He’s pictured here with Dr. Jordi Moya, director of the 13th annual …

“The Total Tutor” Neil Haley interviews Dr. Paul Christo

 Radio host Neil Haley introduces his audiences to well-known authors, budding authors, celebrities, famous athletes, US Congressmen, TV reality show stars, movie stars, musicians, Olympic athletes, psychologists, psychiatrists, distinguished educators, and much more. Every week, approximately 2.5 million listeners tune into The Total Radio Network in more than 180 countries. The Total Radio Network …

10 Ways to Help Deal with Acute Stress Disorder

Acute Stress Disorder (ASD) normally occurs after a person experiences a traumatic event. A relative condition to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Healthline explains that it has similar symptoms such as detachment, recurrent flashbacks, depersonalization, and even amnesia in extreme cases. The main difference is that people who develop ASD normally recover after a month while …

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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 …

War on Opioids featured on i24 News

CROSSROADS | War on Opioids with Dr. Paul Christo Watch Dr. Christo discuss the war on opioids live on air. He discusses the new proposed bill, how programs can be effective for people battling addiction, what role the drug makers play, and the pain epidemic in America today.

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Understanding Skeletal Pain

PainPathways Magazine – Spring 2018 Edition Features an excerpt from Dr. Paul Christo’s new book, Aches and Gains: A Comprehensive Guide to Overcoming Your Pain about Understanding Skeletal Pain. Read the full article on PainPathways We tend to think of our bones as hard and static, but bone is one of the most dynamic organs in …

Zero In on Peripheral Nerve Pain

Excruciating pain running up and down her spine overwhelmed Kaye Gagnon, a day after a texting driver hit her car. Six months later, pain all around Kaye’s hip region hadn’t eased. She couldn’t stand, sit, or lay down on the floor for more than 15 minutes at a time. Kaye tried everything to ease her …

Chronic pain patients report struggles under tighter opioid regulations

By Kate Masters Terri Boettcher, a chronic pain patient, in her Middletown home discusses her struggles with back and other pain and treatment. Staff photo by Bill Green. Originally published on The Frederick News-Post. For almost half a year, Susan Haller has watched her husband — a chronic pain patient — slowly erode. Until the summer …

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How Stress Can Impact Pain Perception in Endometriosis

Chronic pain can be paralyzing for women, stopping them from achieving important personal and professional goals. There are many conditions that can be caused by factors such as hormonal changes, responses to medication, and societal interference; one of these, is endometriosis: a disease affecting over five million women in America. In this post, we delve into …

The Mike Schickman Show

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