How To Save Integrative Pain Care with Dr. Joe Tatta and Dr. Peter Abaci

Dr. Joe Tatta and Dr. Peter Abaci

Dr. Peter Abaci joins Dr. Joe Tatta on The Healing Pain Podcast. 

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About This Podcast:

The technology that modern medicine possess is so powerful that it can change the life of a patient with a push of a button. The danger is that the medical community needs to be aware how to harness this technology appropriately and judiciously, because otherwise, more problems for the patient may occur. Author of Conquer Your Chronic Pain Dr. Peter Abaci believes that integrative pain care can help in chronic pain management with core principles like function, independence, and social connectivity. Find out why the medical community is at a crossroads in health and pain as patients start to look for other paths of the healing process.

If you listened to my podcast and my summits over the course of the last two years, you’ll know and have heard me say that pain really is a major and significant public health problem that really affects us all. I believe it’s a challenge that we can really tackle and one we can remedy. Just recently, we’re beginning to see the opening up, the reengagement, the renewing of interests in integrative or multidisciplinary pain care. What’s interesting to me is that this is not a new concept. It’s not something that’s experimental and in many ways, the evidence for multidisciplinary and integrated pain care had been around for years. It’s undeniable that when patients enter into multidisciplinary pain program is to get better outcomes. Their pain goes away faster. They were able to cope and get back to the life that they love and deserve.

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