NEWS & EVENTS
October 15, 2017, London: Chronic Pain, The Role of Emotions
International Conference at the Royal Society of Medicine in London on the 15th of October, 2017. Hear leading medical experts from around the world push boundaries and challenge long held beliefs about the cause and treatment methods of chronic and persistent pain.
October, 2016, New York City: Neuroscience of Pain Conference
Leading researchers in the field of pain caused by learned neural pathways will be presenting at a one day conference.
February, 2016: Release of Documentary Trailer, This Might Hurt
From the website, “A feature-length documentary that explores the chronic pain epidemic by following a group of patients as they attempt a last-resort treatment called mind-body medicine. They undergo an intensive program that involves confronting the emotional roots of their suffering and making astonishing discoveries about the nature of mind and body. Through animation and archival footage, the film also will present recent findings in neuroscience and medical research that ask urgent questions about what’s behind this epidemic.”
February, 2016: Release of All the Rage
A feature film about Dr. John Sarno and others who are pioneering mind-body approaches to treating chronic illness. To view the trailer, click link above.
July 19-24, 2015, Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY: Rewire Your Brain to Alleviate Pain
Spine Surgeon and TMS/PPD author of Back in Control is leading a workshop “for anyone who is experiencing prolonged discomfort from physical or emotional pain, or both. Learn how to bypass existing pain pathways that have been established in your nervous system by creating new ones. Take back control of your life using proven tools, including writing, sensorimotor exercises, sharing, energy work, play, and rhythm.”
April 26, 2015, London: Chronic Pain: To Suppress, Manage, or Cure?
Inaugural conference at the Royal Society of Medicine in London on the 26th of April, 2015. Hear leading medical experts from around the world push boundaries and challenge long held beliefs about the cause and treatment methods of chronic and persistent pain.