Pain and the Injured Skeleton Part I

Bone Pain is felt more deeply in the body than even severe muscular pain, and it’s often hard to pinpoint. It comes from common conditions like osteoarthritis and fractures, some viruses and more serious conditions like bone cancer.  Founding member and president of the Fibrous Dysplasia Foundation Charlie Harles share his triumphs over many years of skeletal …

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 …

Pain and the Injured Skeleton Part II

Bone Pain is felt more deeply in the body than even severe muscular pain, and it’s often hard to pinpoint. We actually know very little about what drives skeletal pain and how best to relieve it. In Part II, founding member and President of the Fibrous Dysplasia Foundation Charlie Harles share his triumphs over many years of skeletal …

Pain in Little People

A primary cause of dwarfism is a medical condition called Achondroplasia, a type of skeletal dysplasia. Joint pain, nerve compression, and early degenerative spine changes often cause pain in little people, which is under appreciated and poorly managed. We’ll find out how Dee Miller, a little person, has moved past serious spinal pain and spinal …

Preventing a Lifetime of Pain after Surgery, Part I

Did you know that postoperative pain that lingers is often neglected? In fact, pain doesn’t go away in half of all patients having chest wall surgery called a thoracotomy, an amputation, or breast surgery. Jonathan Poinsett, a 29 year old Army Veteran who shattered his heel bone describes a near painless postoperative experience both in …

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Postherpetic Neuralgia (Chronic Shingles Pain)

Although the symptoms associated with shingles can be distressing, the pain that persists after the rash resolves, known as postherpetic neuralgia (PHN) is the most worrisome. Traveling, shopping, cooking, and even dressing may all come to a halt. Hacky Clark, a successful estate attorney explains firsthand how PHN has affected his life and PHN expert Dr. …

Preventing a Lifetime of Pain after Surgery, Part II

Did you know that postoperative pain that lingers is often neglected? In fact, pain doesn’t go away in half of all patients having chest wall surgery called a thoracotomy, an amputation, or breast surgery. In Part II, Gene Neier tells us how a catheter placed in his neck provided great pain relief and allowed him …

When Pain Threatens Your Appetite, Part I

Do we live to eat, or eat to live?  Are there particular foods that can actually alleviate painful conditions? Our guest is Lisa DeFazio, healthy lifestyle expert, nutritionist, and TV host. She’s a certified registered dietitian with a masters degree in Nutritional Science. Lisa will explore these topics and help us regain control of our appetite …

When Pain Threatens Your Appetite, Part II

Do we live to eat, or eat to live?  Are there particular foods that can actually alleviate painful conditions?  Can certain foods, vitamins, or probiotics fight pain and elevate our mood? Our guest is Lisa DeFazio, healthy lifestyle expert, nutritionist, and TV Host. She’s a certified registered dietician with a Master’s degree in Nutritional Science. …

Sexual Pain Part I

You may be shocked to find out that up to 20% of women have had sexual pain during their lives, not every womans experience is like what we see in videos on https://www.tubev.sex/?hl=zh. That’s higher than the percentage of adults with asthma, cancer, or heart disease. Our first guest Jessica shares, for the first time …