Chronic Pain, the Brain and Neuroplasticity
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Did you know that pain and in particular chronic pain is an issue with the brain and nervous system? When we have a tissue that is injured or damaged the body will heal that tissue if it has the right amount of nutrients and co-factors but what happens with the software system of the body? All tissue damage also leaves sensory dysfunction and sometimes no tissue damage but sensory mismatch causes pain which can only mean one thing. An elevated threat response... In this webinar, we explore the latest pain science research and how neuroplasticity and functional neurology can change how the brain's sensory systems perceive Pain. Some of the topics you will learn are: - How the brain perceives pain - How pain = threat and not always tissue damage - The different types of neurological pain - How emotions effect the pain response - Therapies and lifestyle practices that are effective for pain relief You will be taught by Nick Moss, Director of Functional Neuro Health and a Functional Neurology practitioner with a wealth of experience working with chronic pain using a clinical neuroscience, brain-based approach that has yielded some amazing results. Note: This is the early bird price and it will increase to $77 after the 24th of Feb. By registering you will also receive a link to the recording of the webinar.