Research has now shown that there is a s

Posted July 28, 2012 by Behavioral Medicine R&T Foundation
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Research has now shown that there is a solid relationship between anxiety and non-cardiac related chest pain. For free research article visit: http://ow.ly/cvlgF

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Stress responses and anxiety frequently

Posted July 27, 2012 by Behavioral Medicine R&T Foundation
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Stress responses and anxiety frequently magnify or cause intermittent chronic pain. See free research article at: http://ow.ly/cvl5u

“Pain and the problem causing it aren’

Posted July 26, 2012 by Behavioral Medicine R&T Foundation
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“Pain and the problem causing it aren’t always in the same place”. Free 8- page PDF research report at: http://ow.ly/cvkV3

“Pain has turned out to be among the wo

Posted July 21, 2012 by Behavioral Medicine R&T Foundation
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“Pain has turned out to be among the worst of the problems amputees face.” See free article at: http://ow.ly/cl98b

“Behavioral interventions for stress an

Posted July 19, 2012 by Behavioral Medicine R&T Foundation
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“Behavioral interventions for stress and urge urinary incontinence are simple to provide with high levels of effectiveness.” Free article: http://ow.ly/cl910

If you have an autistic child in your pr

Posted July 16, 2012 by Behavioral Medicine R&T Foundation
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If you have an autistic child in your practice, you must see this video. Biofeedback works wonders! See here:
http://youtu.be/PleptHO4FN8

Did you know that an amputated limb site

Posted July 14, 2012 by Behavioral Medicine R&T Foundation
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Did you know that an amputated limb site can generate pain as if the limb were still present? Read “Pain”2e by Dr. Rich Sherman. For more: http://ow.ly/c4IqD