Posts Tagged ‘pain’

100 Trauma, Women & Recovery – Drury

women, trauma, lost, alone, pain, victim
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Women with trauma need specific, highly specialized, comprehensive treatment and recovery strategies. With gender specific trauma, gender-specific care becomes mandatory.

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083 Fibromyalgia Migraines and Mind – Greenberg

fibromyalgia, migraine, NET, NEAT, EMDR, kinesiology
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Fibromyalgia Pain Matters: Fresh Connections Between Mind & Body – Think you’re traveling outside of the box? Prepare for a deeper dive from Dr. Greenberg.

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045 Friendship Ends – Dumped Recovery Livingston

friendship, alone, sad, dumped,
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Loss of adult friendship can prove devastating. Until now that loss, that transition from friendship to alone did not find serious coverage, especially from an expert in relationship management.

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007 Dr Robert Hedaya – On Biomedical Evidence

inflammation, brain, pain,
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Biomedical details improve psychiatric interventions. Dr Hedaya spells out important biomedical details that change brain function – and are too often neglected by extant standards that target behavioral appearances. He’s actively involved in both practice and research, and in this episode shares some interesting new brain and pain perspectives that arise from measurable inflammation.

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005 Dr Osborne on Specific Gluten Markers

gluten markers, gluten, casein, sensitivity, pain, inflammation, immunity
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Gluten & brain details matter: Osborne spells out the details on why treatment failure still occurs – even after excellent IgG laboratory testing results encourage dietary changes. Here gluten issues are spelled out in utilitarian detail for both professionals and the informed public.

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