Does your brain control you, or can you control your brain? In this interview, Dr. Evan Parks talks about how chronic pain develops and how pain can be managed by changing how the brain functions.
Standard medical care for chronic pain often fails to help. What is missing from most pain management approaches is a thorough understanding of how the central nervous system becomes oversensitive and produces pain when it should not.
You will learn about three people who overcame chronic pain:
- David, after a serious work-related injury, had several back surgeries that left him in constant pain. Robbed of sleep, he was convinced he would never work again.
- Rachel, a young mother and businesswoman with fibromyalgia, feared her life was over due to chronic fatigue and the pain throughout her body.
- Nancy, who injured her neck in a car accident, had headaches, migraines, and neck and shoulder pain for twenty years. She had given up hope for finding relief.