Dr. Katinka van der Merwe has spent the last twelve years of her career developing her patented treatment system, addressing neurologic dysfunction and severe chronic pain. She was raised in a holistic background and believes that the human body is more than a collection of parts, each to be analyzed and treated separately. Based on the success of her program where every other treatment failed, she is now sharing her knowledge with the world. She believes that there ought to be better answers for those living with the hell of daily chronic pain. After treating hundreds of patients, she and her staff have noted repeated patterns in the chronic pain population. This knowledge provides a wealth of information previously unavailable to chronic pain patients. You deserve more answers and a better approach than chasing inadequate pain management. You deserve the chance to regain the life you were meant to live.
121: The Power of a Balanced Brain
Dr. Melillo is one of the world’s most respected and sought after experts in developmental functional neurology. Listen to him discuss the importance of balancing the brain specifically as it relates to chronic pain.
120: Perseverance Heals
Doug Lindsay has defied the odds and surged through two decades of medical adversity - first healing his own family, then offering groundbreaking help to others as a personal medical consultant. People magazine, TED talks, and CNN have featured this remarkable story; now you can listen as he shares how years of determined research helped him beat incredible odds.
119: Powerful Foods and Supplements You Can Avoid and Add to Decrease Pain
Sometimes, what you don’t know may hurt you. Literally. Listen to world renowned nutrition expert Dr. Dan Murphy as he shares a lifetime of knowledge of simple changes you can make today that will improve your health and maybe even lower your pain. All backed up by proven science.
118: Channelopathy: The Breakthrough Scientific Discovery You Have Never Heard About with Dr. Angela Stanton
It is rare to hear about new science when it comes to chronic pain and migraines. Enter doctor Angela Stanton and her groundbreaking research, changing everything you think you know about chronic pain. Do not miss this podcast!
117: Hunter of Hope
Each guest brings a unique message that is important for everyone living with chronic pain to hear. Ken is a PGA golfer that has not only survived immeasurable losses, but has thrived in spite of them. No matter what your circumstances, you can always find someone better off than you, and someone worse off than you. Listen to Ken's wisdom about how life remains precious, no matter what losses you may have suffered.
116: How To Heal Like A Warrior
When you are in chronic pain, you probably picture pain-free as something that will feel only amazing. The secret that few know, however, is that healing is messy. It can be frightening, and it is hard work. It most often requires forgiveness. Shawn describes his journey from hell to healing honestly and beautifully, and we think that he holds great lessons and truths for you.
Every podcast is enriched on how to get your life back. These doctors have worked tirelessly on helping people that are tremendous pain. They care about what happens to the people. Each doctor has their own gifts to bring to the table and teaching people on the things to help them. These podcasts are amazing tools to help people to see and learn about the different types of people they see and help. It’s such informative and you will learn so much about the mind and body.
Very interesting podcast but….
I love this podcast but a chiropractor is not a physician or a doctor. You may have a doctorate but you are not a medical doctor and I do not believe you should call yourself a physician ! I am a registered nurse and this is a huge pet peeve of mine and many other people that I know! Because of this, I’ll give you four stars
I appreciate Dr. K’s wealth of knowledge on CRPS and associated conditions! This podcast is always informative & gives lots of actionable tips to people (even those without chronic pain) trying to improve their health. Can’t wait for more episodes