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Pain Reframed is a podcast about pain and how pain is managed in our society. Pain is a large issue right now and we will bring powerful and helpful insights on how we can manage pain in a much more efficient and effective way. Pain Reframed is committed to changing language and practice patterns across disciplines and points of care in order to reduce the unnecessary suffering that results from the propagation of misinformation, insufficient understanding of the pain experience, and the over-medicalization of pain in society. Dr. Tim Flynn and Dr. Jeff Moore will share their expertise, as well as the expertise from others in the medical and psychological fields, about pain management and our roles in dealing with pain. We want to create a sustainable, multi-disciplinary, international conversation on pain.

Pain Reframed is a podcast about pain and how pain is managed in our society. Pain is a large issue right now and we will bring powerful and helpful insights on how we can manage pain in a much more efficient and effective way. Pain Reframed is committed to changing language and practice patterns across disciplines and points of care in order to reduce the unnecessary suffering that results from the propagation of misinformation, insufficient understanding of the pain experience, and the over-medicalization of pain in society. Dr. Tim Flynn and Dr. Jeff Moore will share their expertise, as well as the expertise from others in the medical and psychological fields, about pain management and our roles in dealing with pain. We want to create a sustainable, multi-disciplinary, international conversation on pain.

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United States

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Pain Reframed is a podcast about pain and how pain is managed in our society. Pain is a large issue right now and we will bring powerful and helpful insights on how we can manage pain in a much more efficient and effective way. Pain Reframed is committed to changing language and practice patterns across disciplines and points of care in order to reduce the unnecessary suffering that results from the propagation of misinformation, insufficient understanding of the pain experience, and the over-medicalization of pain in society. Dr. Tim Flynn and Dr. Jeff Moore will share their expertise, as well as the expertise from others in the medical and psychological fields, about pain management and our roles in dealing with pain. We want to create a sustainable, multi-disciplinary, international conversation on pain.

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@ispiteam

Language:

English


Episodes

139: Art, Ethics, and Opioids

7/9/2020
In this episode, Liz and Adam talk to artist and educator Emily Lanctot about how art and pain cross paths. She discusses the ethics of museums accepting donations from families such as the Sacklers, who were largely responsible for the devastation of the opioid crisis. Emily also gives her insight on how to cope with grief, anxiety and pain through art and creativity. Links: emilylanctot.com @eimly_lanctot DeVos Art Museum @LizPeppin @adampaulryan Opioid Addiction Helpline:...

Duration:00:38:10

138: An Attorney General Fighting the Opioid Epidemic |Phil Weiser

6/4/2020
On this week's episode of Pain Reframed, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser joins Tim Flynn to discuss how trauma affects every part of your life. His own family history of trauma has driven his mission as the Attorney General to fight the opioid epidemic by first, stopping and listening to his constituents, then addressing those issues through lawsuits and opioid-related task forces. Links: @COAttnyGeneral coag.gov/about-us/colorado-attorney-general Opioid Unit Connect on Facebook

Duration:00:18:51

137: Fifty Shades of Pain | Danesh Mazloomdoost

5/29/2020
On this week's Pain Reframed episode, Tim and Jeff are joined by Danesh Mazloomdoost, MD the author of Fifty Shades of Pain: How to Cheat on Your Surgeon with a Drug-Free Affair and fellowship-trained and dual board certified clinician in Anesthesiology and Pain Management. Dr. Mazloomdoost discusses different chapters in his book that cover topics like how pain medications can cause more pain in the long-term, how people should view surgery to relieve pain and how powerful hope can...

Duration:00:33:36

136: Pain and Training in the Athlete | Chris Johnson

5/21/2020
Chris Johnson, MPT, ITCA, joins Liz and Jeff to discuss the unique challenges of treating pain in athletes. Chris worked at the world-renowned Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma of Lenox Hill Hospital as a physical therapist and researcher. In 2014, he opened Zeren PT to provide unparalleled physical therapy and performance coaching for multi-sport athletes in the Pacific Northwest. Chris is also the co-founder and CEO of RunCadence LLC, which is an IOS app that helps...

Duration:00:35:04

135: The Curable Universe | Laura Seago

5/14/2020
In this episode, Liz and Jeff talk to Laura Seago, co-founder and Head of Content at Curable, about using the mind-body connection to treat pain. Laura focuses on creating virtual, neuroscience-based recovery programs for chronic pain. Her passion for creating these programs stems from her personal experience of recovery from migraines, sciatica, and chronic knee pain. She is an alumna of BuzzFeed and Google, both of which helped her to develop the digital storytelling skills Curable uses to...

Duration:00:34:07

134: Psychological Flexibility and Relational Frame Theory | Leonard Van Gelder

5/8/2020
Liz and Jeff chat with Dr. Leonard Van Gelder, DPT, CSCS, TPS, CSMT about relational frame theory, the most empirically-studied theory of human language and cognition and how this relates to the psychological flexibility of patients' ability to incorporate new concepts into their existing stories, and prognosis for recovery. Leonard Van Gelder has been involved in the movement and rehabilitation field for over 15 years. During this time, he has studied, published research, and presented at...

Duration:00:26:47

133: Stressing a Patient-led Experience | Walt Fritz

4/30/2020
In this episode, Liz and Jeff chat with Walt Fritz. Walt has been a physical therapist since 1985 and has integrated manual therapy into that model ever since 1992. He trained with many traditional tissue-based instructors, including myofascial release and craniosacral therapy, but became dissatisfied with the narratives used to describe the work and effects and began to move into a more biologically plausible explanation. While continuing to use a hands-on approach that visibly resembles...

Duration:00:35:47

132: Outpatient Chronic Pain Program |Dr. Evan Parks

4/24/2020
On this episode of Pain Reframed, Liz and Jeff talk with Evan Parks, Psy. D., a clinical psychologist on staff at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital and an adjunct assistant professor at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. He is also the host of the Pain Rehab podcast and writes a regular column for Psychology Today. We discuss the 10-week outpatient chronic pain program at Mary Free Bed, explaining pain to patients, and...

Duration:00:35:37

Replay | 4: Understand the Patient to Understand the Pain | Dr. Justin Dunaway

4/9/2020
Dr. Justin Dunaway joins Pain Reframed this week! Justin has extensive experience in outpatient orthopedics, not only in the United States, but also in Haiti. Justin and his wife, Dr. Morgan Denny, founded and run the organization STAND Haiti. The STAND Haiti Project establishes permanent access to orthopedic rehabilitative services in the country of Haiti through direct patient care and clinical training of its citizens. Through STAND Haiti, Justin and his team go to Haiti multiple times a...

Duration:00:35:40

Replay | 44: Sleep and Physical Therapy with Dr. Catherine Siengsukon

4/2/2020
Sleep is SO important. Sure, the topic has been batted around on Pain Reframed, but do we really know and believe that sleep is essential? Today, we’ll be chatting with Dr. Katie Siengsukon about sleep, as well as screening and sleep hygiene tactics that you need as a clinician and also that you need as a patient. Dr. Siengsukon provides instruction in neuroscience, neurorehabilitation, and sleep health promotion in the physical therapy and rehabilitation science graduate programs. She is...

Duration:00:27:44

Replay | 56: Higher Order Skills with Dr. Jessie Podolak

3/31/2020
We have Dr. Jessie Podolak joining us this week to share her story and journey as a physical therapist working with patients who have chronic pain. Jessie shares a wealth of, not only knowledge and great tips, but incredible wisdom that is absolutely helpful to, not only your professional pursuit, but also your personal life. Jessie talks quite a bit about the need for PT’s to have self-care. Take care of yourself in order to take care of others. Additionally, rather than saying “soft...

Duration:00:34:13

131: Chronic back pain through a historical perspective|Britt Smith

3/26/2020
In this episode of Pain Reframed, hosts Tim Flynn and Jeff Moore are joined by Dr. Britt Smith, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, a physical therapist and private clinic owner, to discuss the importance of taking a historical perspective during challenging times. Dr. Smith has spent his life studying history and the humanities and bringing that mindset into the care of his patients and into the care of society. His research focuses on back pain through a historical perspective and this discussion...

Duration:00:25:14

Replay | 88: It's Your Presence That is So Important | Dr. Marc Ringel

3/26/2020
Dr. Marc Ringel joins us on Pain Reframed to discuss the humanistic perspective on healthcare. Dr. Ringel has served in so many different aspects of the healthcare profession, but his perspective on the humanistic side is very powerful. This week, Marc, Jeff, and Tim will be talking about what it is to be human and how to deliver kind care. The power of touch and face-to-face communication can’t be replaced with technology, no matter how helpful technology is for us. Also, as a philosophy...

Duration:00:27:01

Replay | 107: Keeping Patients Out of the Clinic | Dr. Marc Rubenstein

3/24/2020
Dr. Marc Rubenstein is the owner of Jersey Physical Therapy and Jersey LiveWell, a health management company that works with individuals to reduce chronic disease burden and partners with companies to save on healthcare costs. A long-time listener of Pain Reframed, Marc is dedicated to helping chronic pain patients throughout his community. LINKS: Twitter - @EIMTeam Twitter - @MarcRubyDPT Twitter - @BethDarnall Listen to Dr. Beth Darnall's episodes - Pain Catastrophizing and We Have...

Duration:00:32:32

Replay | 118: Creating Relationships in Difficult Environments | Scott Mann

3/19/2020
Scott Mann, a retired U.S. Army Special Forces officer, story-teller and human connections coach is joining Tim and Jeff to talk through how finding your personal story can help you overcome trauma and find healing. Scott discusses his time in the military and how that has affected his life moving forward, including his organization, Rooftop Leadership; his play, Last Out: Elegy of a Green Beret; his book, Game Changers; and his non-profit, The Hero’s Journey. Scott also gives his...

Duration:00:30:02

Update on Podcast Schedule due to COVID-19

3/18/2020
Listen in for an update from your Pain Reframed host, Tim Flynn, PT, PhD, on how COVID-19 will be affecting new episodes of the podcast. We appreciate your continued support, and we hope we can continue to add value to your practice and to your lives.

Duration:00:00:31

130: Wrinkles on the Inside | Jim Heafner and Jarod Hall

3/6/2020
On this week's episode of Pain Reframed, Jarod Hall, PT, DPT, OCS and Jim Heafner, PT, DPT, OCS join Jeff and Tim to discuss a pamphlet called "Wrinkles on the Inside: The Good News about Aging." This pamphlet talks about how the relationship between imaging and aging to educate patients and health care providers at clinics. Links: Wrinkles on the Inside: The Good News about Aging @Jarod_Hall @jheafner @timothywflynn @jeffmooredpt

Duration:00:29:24

129: How NPs are Bringing Care to Underserved Populations |Sophia Thomas

2/20/2020
Sophia L. Thomas, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, PPCNP-BC, FNAP, FAANP, is president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners® (AANP). A family and pediatric nurse practitioner (NP) at the Daughters of Charity Health System in Kenner (New Orleans), Louisiana, Dr. Thomas’ clinical practice has focused on providing care to the medically underserved families. Dr. Thomas is active within several professional organizations, including the Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners (LANP). She has...

Duration:00:33:53

128: The Role of the Dorsal Root Ganglion in Neuropathic Pain | Robert North

2/13/2020
In this episode of Pain Reframed, Liz and Adam interview Robert North, MD, PhD regarding a study published in Brain, "Electrophysiological and transcriptomic correlates of neuropathic pain in human dorsal root ganglion neurons." This study provides important foundational evidence for spontaneous firing observed in dorsal root ganglia from symptomatic dermatomes, and sets the stage for future investigations which may lead to novel clinical treatments for peripheral neuropathic pain. North is...

Duration:00:35:31

127: The Relationship Between Food and Pain | Joe Tatta

2/7/2020
What is the relationship between food and pain? On this week's episode of Pain Reframed, Joe Tatta, PT, DPT, joins Jeff to talk through how nutrition affects pain and the nervous system and how a licensed health care professional can address nutrition with their patients. Links: Can a Physical Therapist Give Nutrition Advice? What the law says about a PT counseling on nutrition Heal Your Pain Now @DrJoeTatta joe@integrativepaininstitute.com @JeffMooreDPT

Duration:00:24:26