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Healthy Wealthy & Smart

The perfect combination of healthcare and business! At Healthy Wealthy & Smart, we interview THE top experts in the fields of medicine, physical therapy, fitness and entrepreneurship to allow you to increase your health, increase your wealth and live your best life.
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Now displaying: December, 2012
Dec 17, 2012
Lori and I discussed how to best bring your experiences from 2012 into the new year in the most positive way possible. Lori shares with us some great advice on how to shift your perception of the events of the past year to enter the new year full of hope, passion, and love.
Dec 10, 2012
Adriaan and I discussed neuroscience pain education: what is it, who needs it, and why are physical therapists uniquely qualified to deliver this education. We also talked about his research into neuroscience pain education for pre-op lumbar surgery patients. Tune in to find out his results and what he is working on now. Have a […]
Dec 3, 2012
This show is based on the Explain Pain course by David Butler. I discussed the importance of the features of the therapist, patient, message, and context/environment when explaining pain to the patient. The importance of letting the patient speak and really hearing their story and using that when explaining pain. I also gave some helpful […]
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