16 episodes

If you struggle with chronic pain, the Pain Rehab podcast can help. Followers of the podcast enjoy the way Dr. Evan Parks guides you through short, easy to follow exercises that help you calm your nervous system, focus your attention, reduce stress, and get back to the life you want to live. Learn more at: www.PainRehabSource.com

Pain Rehab Podcast Dr Evan Parks

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If you struggle with chronic pain, the Pain Rehab podcast can help. Followers of the podcast enjoy the way Dr. Evan Parks guides you through short, easy to follow exercises that help you calm your nervous system, focus your attention, reduce stress, and get back to the life you want to live. Learn more at: www.PainRehabSource.com

    Noticing the Body and the Breath

    Noticing the Body and the Breath

    In this guided meditation, you will be bring your attention to your body and breath. As you focus your attention, allow your mind to fully focus on what you are experiencing and gently bring it back as it wanders. Using this exercise each day will help settle and ground you, calming down your body and nervous system. To learn more, go to PainRehabSource.com

    • 9 min
    The Body Scan

    The Body Scan

    In this guided meditation, you will bring your attention to your body. As you focus your attention, allow your mind to fully focus on what you are experiencing and gently bring it back as it wanders. Develop the skill of aiming the focus of your attention on one area of the body, avoiding the pull evaluate or judge what you notice, and letting go of any effort to change, relax, and relieve any discomfort that you notice. To learn more, go to PainRehabSrouce.com

    • 13 min
    Progressive Muscle Relaxation

    Progressive Muscle Relaxation

    Progress Muscle Relaxation is designed to help you reduce tension throughout your body. As you are learning to do this exercise, practice at least once per day for two weeks so that you can train your nervous system and muscles to relax quickly and efficiently. This is a good exercise to use when you are sitting in a car, train, or plane and cannot get up to move around. This is also helpful to use if you are sitting at your desk, in a meeting, and when standing in line for a long period of time. If you have problems with pain or other physical limitations, be sure to have clearance from your healthcare professional before using this exercise. To learn more, go to PainRehabSource.com

    • 11 min
    Progressive Muscle Relaxation: Short Version

    Progressive Muscle Relaxation: Short Version

    Progress Muscle Relaxation is designed to help you reduce tension throughout your body. This podcast is present the relaxation exercise without the additional explanation and instructions at the beginning. As you are learning to do this exercise, practice at least once per day for two weeks so that you can train your nervous system and muscles to relax quickly and efficiently. This is a good exercise to use when you are sitting in a car, train, or plane and cannot get up to move around. This is also helpful to use if you are sitting at your desk, in a meeting, and when standing in line for a long period of time. If you have problems with pain or other physical limitations, be sure to have clearance from your healthcare professional before using this exercise. To learn more, go to PainRehabSource.com

    • 10 min
    Five Sense Awareness Exercise

    Five Sense Awareness Exercise

    This will be a guided awareness exercise designed to help you focus your attention and keep you connected to the present moment. When we experience stress and find that we are feeling upset, have difficulty staying focused, and cannot stop worrying, this exercise is a simple method to get centered and grounded again. To learn more, go to PainRehabSource.com

    • 7 min
    Leaves on a Stream

    Leaves on a Stream

    This is a guided awareness exercise designed to help you focus your attention and keep you connected to the present moment. When we experience stress and find that we have difficulty staying focused and are caught up with or emotions and upsetting thoughts, this exercise is a simple method to get centered and grounded again. Our brains are designed to think, plan, and problem solve, but we can learn to stand back and look at our thoughts rather than be controlled by them. This exercise will help you stand back, notice that thoughts and emotions come ago like leaves on a stream. To learn more, go to PainRehabSource.com

    • 9 min

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