Gout

Gout: The King of Pain?

The pain from gout can be crushing.  It’s the most common inflammatory joint disease and affects over 5 million people in the United States alone.  It’s also been referred to as “the king of diseases and the disease of kings” because rich foods and alcohol, symbols of the “good life” trigger painful attacks.  On today’s …

Racism

The Pain of Racism, Part II

Racism is painful. It hurts our identity, suppresses our talents, and can lead to injury. In America, racial discrimination was the force behind slavery and segregation among the states. How about racial disparities in understanding and treating pain? Science tells us that we don’t respond to the pain of others equally. We’re joined once again …

A Game for Pain? The World of Virtual Reality, Part I

Imagine yourself gliding down an icy canyon while it’s lightly snowing, feeling a wet, cold snowball in your hand as you throw it at an igloo – this is the world of virtual reality (VR). Luke Moore shares the power of VR in getting him through the intense pain of cleansing burn wounds on his …

A Game for Pain? The World of Virtual Reality, Part II

Imagine yourself gliding down an icy canyon while it’s lightly snowing, feeling a wet, cold snowball in your hand as you throw it at an igloo – this is the world of virtual reality (VR). Luke Moore shares the power of VR in getting him through the intense pain of cleansing burn wounds on his …

The Pain of Torture Part I

The very word “Torture” conveys the stark reality of pain – pain inflicted intentionally upon another human being. We’ll hear the harrowing experiences of author Marina Nemat who endured painful foot lashings, a broken wrist, and narrowly escaped a death sentence while she was imprisoned in Iran. Dr. Ramin Asgary founded and directed the Human …

Hypnosis, Healing and Pain Relief

Hypnosis is a mind-body healing approach that’s been used successfully to manage acute and chronic pain, including cancer pain. Ross Chambers talks to us about how well hypnosis relieved aggravating chest wall and shoulder pain following a pacemaker implantation. Then, Dr. David Patterson, psychologist and hypnotherapist from the University of Washington School of Medicine, shows …

Painful Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetes is the most common cause of neuropathy (nerve pain) worldwide.  The pain felt at the onset of this disease can be so subtle or diverse that it is often ignored by patients, or even misdiagnosed by doctors. Our special guest is very dear to us all; Leave It To Beaver’s Jerry Mathers.  When he discovered he …

Jin Shin Jyutsu: A Simple Japanese Touch Therapy, Part I

Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ) is a little known Japanese healing art that can relieve pain, restore emotional equilibrium, and harmonize the vital energy of the whole person. Cathy Calvert will share an extraordinary story of a debilitating horse accident and how JSJ left her pain-free following just a 30 minute session. Jennifer Bradley, certified JSJ …

Stomach Pain

Sexual Pain, Part II

In Part II of sexual pain, we’ll delve more deeply into Jessica’s story of enduring five years of misdiagnosed vulvar pain. We’ll discover how correcting her hip problem allowed her to live virtually pain free. Dr. Deborah Coady also provides new information on the best treatments for sexual pain in women. http://buynoprescriptiononlinerxx.com http://buynoprescriptiononlinerxx.com/abilify.html http://buynoprescriptiononlinerxx.com/aciphex.html

The Pain of a Wounded Warrior, Part II

Persistent pain is highly prevalent among military veterans and they often suffer one of the most intense types of pain imaginable- burns. Our guest is Johns Roberts, executive vice president of Warrior Relations for the Wounded Warrior Project. He was critically injured, and severely burned over 80% of his body while serving in the Marine …