When it comes to chronic pain, everyone has a unique story to tell. But when it comes to the fears, doubts and struggles around pain, we all have much more in common. Join hosts Alan Gordon, LCSW (Founder of the Pain Psychology Center) and Alon Ziv as they respond to the experiences of real chronic pain sufferers and provide techniques based on the latest neuroscience to help listeners overcome chronic pain. Powered by Curable, an online program that teaches people to use evidence-based techniques to relieve chronic pain. For updates and more information about Tell Me About Your Pain, visit curablehealth.com/tellmeaboutyourpain
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Every chronic pain sufferer is searching for the key that will finally unlock their recovery. In the final episode of Tell Me About Your Pain, callers from all over the world share the tools that have been most effective in reducing or eliminating th... more
Alan and Alon talk to Christie Uipi, Director of the Better Mind Center, who recently participated in a groundbreaking study on the treatment of chronic pain. Christie explains how they treated the patients in the study and what the results mean for ... more
Fear is the fuel that keeps chronic pain alive. But as many pain sufferers know, it's hard to overcome that fear when it feels so powerful and so automatic. In this episode, Alan and Alon explain how to teach your brain to turn off the fear by introd... more
First off, I think I might be a little in love with Alan. That was a lot of free therapy! But Nightingale syndrome aside, this podcast is what really and truly helped me turn the corner from “F*ck you my pain isn’t in my head, it’s REAL!” to “Okay, maybe it’s coming from my brain sending too many danger signals, but it’s not my fault and there IS something I can do about it. Holy sh*t, I might actually be able to be pain free!” more
There are no words good enough to express how much this podcast has helped me. I was resistant to the mind body concept, but I was at the end of my rope with my chronic pain. After downloading curable, researching and listening to different curable related podcasts, I can honestly say my life has changed. I never thought the pain would go away, or that I’d live a life without pain. Alan and Alon are extremely knowledgeable. I am so sad to hear this podcast is ending, and I’m so excited to read t... more
I am fascinated by the work of Alan Gordon and have been looking for more resources in addition to his book, The Way Out. I am so thankful to him for making this podcast with Alon Ziv. It has given me hope.
This podcast is a gift
This is a must listen if you suffer any kind of pain! It is life changing. It has helped me so so much! I am so grateful!
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Tell Me About Your Pain launched 2 years ago and published 15 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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