New Approaches to Pain Management

From the Show: Talk Healthy Today
Summary: If you are suffering from chronic pain, sometimes even small tasks can be difficult to accomplish.
Air Date: 12/12/17
Duration: 19:45
Host: Lisa Davis
Guest Bio: Traci Stein, PhD, MPH
Traci-Stein1Dr. Traci Stein is a health psychologist in private practice, award-winning author, and the creator of a series of popular guided imagery, self-hypnosis, and meditation audio programs. 

For over two decades, Dr. Stein has explored the interrelationship among mind, body and spirit in health and well being. Prior to pursuing her PhD (Teachers College, Columbia University), Dr. Stein earned a masters degree in public health from New York University and engaged in research, education, and administration in New York City hospitals. 

Relatedly, she is the former Director of Integrative Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center, developed a course on Integrated Healthcare at Columbia University's Teachers College and is a visiting scholar at Columbia’s Spirituality and Mind-Body Institute.

Dr. Stein’s interests and experience are diverse. She is certified in clinical hypnosis by the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, is fellowship trained in pain psychology, is a casual photographer, and has formally trained in intuitive development on and off for nearly 20 years. She enjoys helping people recognize, access, and further develop their healthiest selves via health education, psychotherapy, hypnosis, imagery, and meditation. 

Her work has been mentioned in O – The Oprah Magazine, Health,, Woman’s Day, and more. For more information, visit
  • Book Title: The Everything Guide To Integrative Pain Management
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  • Guest Twitter Account: @DrTraciStein
New Approaches to Pain Management
Living with pain can be a daily struggle.

If you are suffering from chronic pain, sometimes even small tasks can be difficult to accomplish.

There is hope.

Dr. Traci Stein's book, The Everything Guide to Integrative Pain Management, offers different options for managing pain with an integrative plan that includes both conventional therapies, such as medications, devices, or procedures, with natural and mind-body therapies, such as biofeedback, meditation, proper nutrition, exercise, and more.

Dr. Stein joins host Lisa Davis to share information on:

  • Talking to health care professionals and loved ones about pain
  • The role of diet and exercise in pain management
  • Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to reduce pain severity and improve coping
  • Yoga, meditation, and hypnosis
  • Acupuncture and chiropractic
  • Herbal remedies and supplements for pain relief
  • The role of spirituality in coping with pain
  • The pros, cons, and politics of medical marijuana
  • And much more
Listen in to learn more about this new approach to pain management.

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The Everything Guide To Integrative Pain Management