Dr. Susie Gronski

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Because life is better without pain in your pants

The In Your Pants podcast is an honest, open, and transparent conversation about those ‘oh so embarrassing’ and difficult topics that we only discuss behind closed doors. It's a show dedicated to debunking myths around pain, pelvic health, and sexuality. 

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Heal Your Pain w/ Dr. Joe Tatta

What’s The Number One Thought About Your Pain That Consumes Your Life?

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The link between emotions and pain is often left out or ignored which can leave you in the dark.

Here are some common worries that might surface:

What if this pain never goes away?
There’s no solution for my pain.
I’m afraid I’ll keep damaging myself.
What if I can’t work?

Each circulating thought harbors an emotion that can make you feel immobile, helpless, and stuck.

On today’s show, Dr. Joe Tatta and I discuss simple strategies you can do to live a pain-free, healthy and happy life. No surgery, no pills, no harmful side effects, no gimmicks.

Dr. Joe teaches you how to retrain your brain and body so you can live the joy-filled and pain-free life you deserve. He’s a doctor of physical therapy, functional nutritionist, integrative pain expert and #1 bestselling author of  Heal Your Pain Now.  He’s known for integrating neuroscience, nutrition, psychology and movement into simple treatments for lasting pain relief. Dr. Joe’s mission is to quickly and compassionately heal your pain and reverse the global pain epidemic.

 
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Pain is a message. Dr. Joe Tatta relates it to a text message. It pings, grabs your attention and you respond. Pain acts in a similar way, grabbing your attention so that you take action. There are some messages that are easy to respond to and others that take some thought. Persistent pain requires some thought before you respond.

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So click play to learn about different approaches to heal your pain. The way you think about your pain plays a huge role in your recovery. 

You can connect with Dr. Joe Tatta at DrJoetatta.com. He’s got amazing, free, resources so be sure to follow him on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Dr. Joe’s podcast is the Healing Pain Podcast
Dr. Joe’s book is Heal Your Pain Now

If you’re a clinician looking to learn more about integrative pain treatment approaches check out Dr. Joe's newest program at IntegrativePainScienceInstitute.com