Pain can get in the way of life. It can prevent you from being active, keep you out of work, and at times even prevent you from being social. Not only is pain a downer, but it is extremely complex which can make it challenging to navigate at times.
But with what we currently know about pain, we can remain optimistic that we can not only recover from it, but we can reduce our risk of injury in the long run. This is why we educate all of our patients on pain as we feel this helps them manage and deal with pain during the recovery process.
We had a great conversation with Doctor Greg Lehman a physical therapist and chiropractor based in Canada. He is one of the leading minds on pain science and does an amazing job putting all the literature together from the biomechanical world as well.
Regardless of whether you’re a healthcare provider or just someone living in pain, this is an interview you don’t want to miss.
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