“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 is …

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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 …

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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 …

Dr. Christo LIVE on Clear Cut with Michelle Makori

CLEARCUT | Report: drugmakers paid to promote opioids Dr. Paul Christo was a guest expert LIVE on Clear Cut with Michelle Makori on i24 News. He discusses how drugmakers are paid to promote opioids and answers tough questions about being a chronic pain physician in the age of opioid addiction.

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Futuristic Pain Relief

The excruciating pain of having a burn wound cleaned can make you wish that you could be anywhere else—as far away as possible. An arctic snowscape, perhaps. With immersive virtual reality (VR), that option is transcending the hypothetical. Immersed in a VR world while undergoing painful treatment, people reported a 20-40 percent reduction in pain. …

[FREE DOWNLOAD] Text Neck Stretches

More of us are developing neck pain from smartphones and other handheld devices. More than likely, you are bending your head forward in a slouched position looking at those screens for long periods of time between working on your computer and using your smartphone. In fact, when you bend your head to a 60 degree angle, it’s …

Understanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

Almost everyone deals with a minor fracture or sprain at some point. A slip on icy pavement, a fall that results in a twisted ankle, or any other trivial accident is a normal part of life. Most of us experience some moderate pain, ice the injury, take some ibuprofen, and expect a full recovery within …

Summit on Balanced Pain Management Underscores Need for Access, Coverage

“I didn’t like feeling like a victim.  I liked feeling like a warrior.”  So explained Ally Hilfiger – artist, author and daughter of fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger – who told her story of overcoming Lyme disease at the annual National Summit on Balanced Pain Management.  The summit featured U.S. Representative Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) as well as members of the …

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Addiction And Sleep

This Article Originally Appeared On bestmattressreviews.com Addiction and sleep share a problematic bidirectional relationship, where each influences the other. Many people treat sleep problems with drugs and alcohol, which can lead to addiction. People who are already addicted to drugs and alcohol undergo changes in their sleep architecture and sleep needs, forcing them to increasingly rely …

Opioids: A U.S. Public Health Emergency

President Trump made it official last week: The opioid crisis confronting the United States qualifies as a public health emergency. For a country ravaged by opioid abuse and overdoses, consensus that the federal government must do more is growing. Consider these statistics on opioids in the US, from the CDC: Opioid overdoses have quadrupled since …