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Take Chronic Pain Treatment to the Next Level with Nutrition

In the spring of 2016, when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new guidelines questioning the safety and effectiveness of prescription opioids …

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Exploring physiotherapists’ beliefs about psychologically informed care

Our failure to address chronic pain naturally and safely has led to unacceptably high human, social, and economic costs. Nowhere is this more prevalent than …

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How to treat pain with nutrition in physical therapy practice

Not a single week goes by without media outlets advertising the newest drug or medical procedure to treat pain. Pharmaceuticals and invasive interventions are effective …

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ACT for Pain: Defusing The Threats of Language

In a recent blog, I discussed how Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can help a patient create a willingness approach (acceptance) to unpleasant thoughts, feelings …

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Surgery for chronic pain: Are the benefits worth the cost and risk?

Musculoskeletal disorders such as low back pain (LBP) and osteoarthritis (OA) are among the leading causes of chronic pain and disability around the world. In …

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Does Psychologically Informed Physical Therapy Work Better for Pain?

Is there more that physical therapists can do when addressing the psychological obstacles to pain treatment and prevention? One in five, or about 1.5 billion …

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Diet and Physical Activity: Can Diet Improve Physical Function and Prevent its Decline?

The prevalence and incidence of chronic pain and musculoskeletal-functional decline is well documented. Thus, comprehensive pain care requires a multimodal approach. Utilizing physical activity and …

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What Do Physical Therapists Think About Psychologically Informed Care?

Psychologically Informed Care: Why do Physical Therapists think? Although physical and mental health are governed by distinct mechanisms that can be conceptually separated, a bidirectional …

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Breaking Through the Psychological Barriers of Chronic Pain Clients

As a physical therapist treating chronic pain through private practice, patients’ noncompliance has no doubt led to frustration at times. Not only does it interfere …

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