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Changing the Brain’s Mind About Pain

Reflections from the San Diego Pain Summit. Bridging the gap between science and practice. This was the goal of February’s first annual San Diego Pain Summit, which attracted leading manual therapists and premier experts on pain…

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Often confused with a personal trainer, the practitioner who possesses the official title and credential of athletic trainer is actually on a completely different career path. Whereas personal trainers tend to focus primarily on fitness, athletic trainers are credentialed to provide therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation to people with injuries, according to the National Athletic Trainers Association…

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