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Dr. Joe Tatta | The Healing Pain Podcast

Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that affects one’s ability to live a full and active life and impacts both physical and emotional health. Whether you are living with chronic pain or a physical therapist or other health professional such as an occupational therapist, psychologist, social worker, nurse, or physician seeking information for treating pain, we invite you to join our global community. Welcome to The Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Joe Tatta, a podcast that promotes the latest evidence and methods for the safe and effective treatment of chronic pain. Featuring top experts, we bring you the latest research from the fields of pain science, physical therapy, physiotherapy, pain psychology, functional nutrition, integrative and functional medicine, as well as discuss innovation and provide expert opinion every week. More and more patients are seeking integrative and comprehensive pain therapies that care for both their body as well as their mind. A biopsychosocial approach to the care of pain has arrived. Many realize that pain medications and surgery alone are not enough to address the root cause of their problems - such as fibromyalgia, chronic low back pain, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune disease, CRPS, neuropathy, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Dr. Joe Tatta is a global leader in integrative pain care and an advocate for the safe and effective treatment of chronic pain. He is the Founder of the Integrative Pain Science Institute, a cutting-edge health company reinventing pain care through evidence-based treatment, research, and professional development. For 25 years he has supported people living with pain and helped practitioners deliver more effective pain management. His research and career achievements include scalable practice models centered on lifestyle medicine, health behavior change, and digital therapeutics. He is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy trainer. Dr. Tatta is the author of two bestselling books Radical Relief and Heal Your Pain Now and host of The Healing Pain Podcast. Learn more by visiting www.integrativepainscienceinstitute.com. The Healing Pain Podcast is a great resource for patients suffering from chronic pain as well as for professionals seeking additional professional CEU credits and free continuing education on the most up-to-date information for treating pain based on a biopsychosocial model of pain care. The show covers a wide range of topics that will help you learn all about chronic pain management such us how clinicians can treat pain more effectively, learn how exercise and physical activity alleviates pain, the role nutrition plays in reversing and treating chronic pain, how to use mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy to treat many chronic conditions, and so much more! Chronic pain doesn’t have to be an obstacle in the highway of your life that makes you step on the brakes. Arm yourself with the knowledge on how you can better manage or even eliminate it so you can start living your best – and pain-free – life! Join The Healing Pain Podcast community today.
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Dec 26, 2019

I wanted to take a moment to wish you a very happy holiday season and a healthy new year as we move into 2020. It's been an honor spending this time with you in 2019. I look forward to spending more time with you in 2020 as we dive into effective ways to treat chronic pain. This podcast is important both for practitioners who treat pain and people looking for solutions. I could not do it without your participation and your help. As we move into 2020, know that I'm thinking about you and I wish you a happy, healthy and very successful 2020 filled with lots of love.

In our episode, we are discussing how food sensitivities contribute to chronic pain. Our expert guest this week is Tom Malterre. Tom has been studying nutrition since he was ten years old. He has earned both a bachelor's and a Master's degree in nutrition from Bastyr University. He is a faculty member of the Institute for Functional Medicine. He has over fourteen years of clinical experience and is the author of a book called The Elimination Diet, which we'll be talking about more.

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Dec 19, 2019

We will look at a case study as to how one physical therapist is creating and evolving peer-to-peer models for the treatment of chronic pain. Adults living with chronic health conditions are more likely than other adults to seek peer advice and support from those that are experiencing or have overcome similar health challenges.Peer-to-peer support can happen online or offline via email, phone or even through social media. In fact, a Cochrane review described positive outcomes in people with chronic health conditions,including a reduction in pain, disability and fatigue once self-management programs were led by lay individuals rather than licensed health professionals.

Here to discuss peer-to-peer models for chronic pain is Dr. Jeremy Fletcher. He is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Professor at the University of South Alabama, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.Prior to his career in academia, he served in the US Army as a physical therapist. He continues to serve his community through nonprofit board membership and organizational consultation with a focus on improving health-related quality of life. In addition to his role as a consultant, he’s also been trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and combines it with his treatment of physical therapy.

In this episode,you will learn what is missing from our current management of patients with persistent pain from the social perspective of the bio psycho social model, how peer-to-peer interaction can bring value to the recovery process, the opportunities and challenges with integrating peers into clinical practice and should peers deliver clinical interventions such as the bulls eye that is used in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I'm excited to share Jeremy's work with you,as well as to discuss peer-to-peer models for the treatment of chronic pain and other health conditions. As we move in to the next year,you're going to see a lot more group programs happening both online and offline.

With those group programs,they'll often have a peer-to-peer component, which has been very helpful for those overcoming chronic pain. We will also talk a little bit about how practitioners can infuse Acceptance and Commitment Therapy into their treatment of chronic pain and other health conditions. If you're any practitioner who treats chronic pain, make sure to hop on the waiting list for the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for Chronic Pain Program that I'll launch in mid-January. Make sure you go to the Integrative Pain Science Institute.com, click on Courses and you'll see a tab there where you can join the wait list for the ACT for Chronic Pain Program. The program is appropriate for any health and wellness professionals. Let's meet Dr. Jeremy Fletcher.

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Dec 12, 2019

We are bringing awareness to the important topic of stigma and chronic pain. People living with chronic pain are often stigmatized in healthcare settings, although they are not alone. Patients with various medical conditions, those with mental illness, people who use substances, people living with HIV, refugees, immigrants, even patients with poorly controlled diabetes can all be subjected to stigma. Here to discuss stigma and chronic pain is Dr. Whitney Scott. Whitney completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She is a post-Doctoral fellow in the Health Psychology Section within the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London. Her research focuses on psychosocial factors, including experiences of injustice and stigma related to functioning and quality of life in people with chronic pain.

Whitney also investigates psychological treatments such as acceptance and commitment therapy for people who live in chronic pain and she is finishing up a fellowship that developed and evaluated a version of an online act for people with HIV and neuropathic pain. This is an important topic for those living with chronic pain and for the practitioners who treat them. Whitney and I appreciate you tuning in and downloading this episode. If you want to continue the conversation, make sure to join The Integrative Pain Science Institute Community Facebook Page. You can find us at www.Facebook.com/groups/IPSICommunity. Let's meet Dr. Whitney Scott and learn about stigma and chronic pain.

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Dec 5, 2019

In this episode, we are exploring food, mood and its connection to chronic pain. As you head into the holiday season, I wanted to make a special episode just for you because overeating and overindulging in food can be a challenge for each and every one of us. No doubt, you will attend holiday parties, office parties, celebrations with friends and families, and run into food around every corner from Thanksgiving straight through to the New Year. This is an important topic related to chronic pain because we know the food you eat can ease your pain or the food you eat can exacerbate your pain. One of the greatest challenges with food is that it can be used as a numbing agent for times when you're feeling down or anxious. Using food to deal with chronic pain is a vicious cycle that can lead to increased inflammation, weight gain, hormonal imbalance, irritable bowel syndrome and problems with mood and sleep, all of which make pain worst.

Joining us to discuss the food, mood, pain connection is Dr. Susan Albers. She is a New York Times bestselling author and clinical psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic. She's the author of eight mindful eating books, including her book called Hanger Management: Master Your Hunger and Improve Your Mood, Mind, and Relationships. She's been a guest on popular TV shows including Dr. Oz and The Today Show. Her books, programs and tips have been featured in Oprah Magazine, Family Circle, Prevention and the New York Times. In this episode, you'll learn all about hanger management and how to successfully manage it. The connection between food, mood, emotions and chronic pain. Some tips for eating more mindfully and because preventing hanger means staying one step ahead of it. Dr. Albers will provide you with a free PDF download to her Hanger Alert Scale. This tool will help you reach for good mood foods that are nutrient-dense and packed with fiber and protein to help reduce the stress in your body. To download the Hanger Alert Scale, all you have to do is text the word, 160DOWNLOAD, to the number 44222 or www.IntegrativePainScienceInstitute.com/160download.

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