Dr. Joseph McCoy | Out Smarting Pain with Dr. McCoy

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Out Smarting Pain with Dr. McCoy

by Dr. Joseph McCoy

The is a professionally guided exercise and education on how to cope with many forms of chronic pain.
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Intorduction to Out Smarting Pain
7:32 album only
2. Anxiety and Pain 101
11:51 album only
3. Pain 101
3:26 album only
4. Deep Relaxation Pain Control Procedure
31:54 album only
5. Using Your Deep Relaxation Experience
14:16 album only
6. The Concerned Christian Listener
1:15 album only
7. Disclaimer
1:42 album only
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If you suffer from chronic physical pain of some kind, you may find it helpful to get this CD instead. This CD has all of the things that the Relieving Anxiety CD has, plus some extra information on how to use these skills to outsmart chronic pain. Again, many of my patients have found it helpful to use these techniques in conjunction with other pain management treatment. I thought the first patient with chronic pain that I taught this technique to found this very unhelpful, and she discharged herself from the hospital and went home resigned to live the rest of her life in her wheelchair.

A couple months later I saw her in the outpatient physical therapy department walking with a cane. She came over to me and thanked me for making the tape (now CD or MP3), and that when she decided to not just sit in her wheelchair in pain any more, she used it to help her get through physical therapy and to walk again. Yes her foot was still in great pain, but she had learned how to ignore the pain and not need as much medication to cope with the pain as she became more functional in her day-to-day life.



Dr. Joseph McCoy, PhD
Licensed Psychologist



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