Pain is like Memory: Dr. Jay Joshi on Central Sensitization

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJsuZFteWHI Okay.  I've really been looking forward to publishing this post. Here, we're revisiting the same great talk by pain physician Dr. Jay Joshi.  In my last post, I outlined what Dr. Joshi says are the four main categories of pain. Central sensitization is the type that is, unfortunately, the least understood.  And it's also … Continue reading Pain is like Memory: Dr. Jay Joshi on Central Sensitization

The Four Categories of Pain– Dr. Jay Joshi

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJsuZFteWHI Hi everyone! I've just discovered this awesome talk on central sensitization by pain management physician Dr. Jay Joshi.  It's totally packed with information I want to share with you all-- such as why it's so hard to get help for central sensitization, and how ketamine infusion treatments can help.  There's so much here, though, that I thought … Continue reading The Four Categories of Pain– Dr. Jay Joshi

Amazing TED Talk: The Mystery of Pain as a Disease

I can't believe I haven't seen this video until now.  It was incredibly validating, and I absolutely loved it. http://www.ted.com/talks/elliot_krane_the_mystery_of_chronic_pain.html It is given by Elliot Krane, who is a pediatrician and anesthesiologist at Stanford University.  He discusses a lot of the changes that take place in the nervous system of a person with chronic pain … Continue reading Amazing TED Talk: The Mystery of Pain as a Disease