Everyone Needs Support

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Mental Health Every injured worker should have access to some level of mental health support. I work with a veteran pain psychologist who is wonderful. 90% of her practice is caring for my patients. If she feels it is necessary, she will refer a patient to one of several psychiatrists … Read More

The “Five E’s” of Chronic Pain

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A few weeks ago, I sent the roundtable a short article I put together called “Ability and Motivation.”  These are the two key ingredients necessary to create true change. My point was that the current state of the worker’s comp system destroys both of these attributes.  The only logical choice … Read More

Video 14/19: Chronic Pain: Pain Free is Not Only Possible, it’s Probable.

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I talk about how powerful the DOCC Project can be and how it can break down the doors of years of chronic pain. Through patient’s stories, the DOCC project is showing that pain free is not only possible, it’s probable. For more on this, check out Reversing Chronic Pain with … Read More

Video 11/19: I Can Only Fix What I Can See

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I discuss the cultural belief system about spine surgery and it’s impact on the treatment for chronic pain. It took me years to understand that performing fusions for LBP is based on unsubstantiated belief rather than hard data. My Original Surgical Philosophy prescribed to this belief. I thought that surgery could … Read More

Video 9/19: Is Your Pain Structural or Not?

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I look at the source of the pain and it’s receptors in reference to back pain and one’s spine. I also discuss the difference between a structural and non-structural source of the pain. Read more about this topic in “Defining the Source of the Pain.” BF

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