59 minutes | Apr 7th 2017

Ep. 12 - Jared Updike: A Chronic Pain Success Story

Jared Updike shares his story about his experience with pain in this episode. He received diagnoses of psychogenic pain, central sensitization, myofascial pain syndrome, and fibromyalgia. Jared wrote a terrific blog post ("Doctor Masseuse"), which I discovered via Paul Ingraham's post on PainScience.com.  Jared Updike is Los Angeles-based software developer who learned about chronic pain and fatigue at the school of hard knocks. He hopes other sufferers can become their own health advocates, learning to manage their issues through patient education and their own informed, considered experimentation. He dishes out life advice and writes about technology, photography and his programming projects at his blog, Jareditorial, at jared.updike.org. You can follow him on Twitter @JaredUpdike. Jared shares his experiences -- including successes and struggles -- and we discuss some of the interesting science about pain. Jared shares his thoughts for health care providers and for patients struggling with pain. I also found out that Jared has been to 56 of the 59 National Parks! We discuss many resources about the science of pain. For more information, consider the following: Dr. Lorimer Moseley's post on Body In Mind: "Resconceptualising Pain According to Modern Pain Science" Dr. Karen Litzy's Healthy, Wealthy, and Smart Podcast with Dr. David Butler about Explain Pain Supercharged The Pain Science & Sensibility Podcast with Dr. Sandy Hilton and Cory Blickenstaff. Dr. Bronnie Thompson's post: "Is Central Sensitization Really A Thing?" Dr. Thompson's blog Health Skills blog contains many other helpful articles about pain. Tedx Talk in Adelaide from Lorimer Moseley - Why Things Hurt. The Message Pod with Dr. Lorimer Moseley: The Revolution in Managing Chronic Pain. MyCuppaJo.com - A blog from Joletta Belton about her experiences with (and without) pain. If you have a story to tell as a patient, provider, or both, then contact Zach Stearns on Twitter @zachrstearns or Dave Reed @DReedPT. Please note that nothing in this episode or any episode of the Voice of the Patient podcast should be considered medical advice. ---------- *Find more helpful podcasts & blog posts at http://TheVoiceOfThePatient.org *Check out the other podcasts in the Senior Rehab Project at http://SeniorRehabProject.com
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