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Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT) Crash Course

Join Dr. Yoni Ashar for a comprehensive overview of the PRT treatment framework and get practical tools to learn and practice on your own.

Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT) Crash Course

Tuesday, June 14th, 1-2 pm EST / 10-11 am PST

Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT) Crash Course

What to expect:

Pain reprocessing therapy (PRT) is an approach to pain management that focuses on simple techniques for “rewiring” the neural pathways in the brain to deactivate pain.

PRT focuses on the pain signaling system rather than the parts of the body where the pain is felt.  Dr. Yoni Ashar tested this approach in 2017, with his groundbreaking study affectionately known as The Boulder Back Study.

Dr. Ashar published his results in JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, clinically proving the effectiveness of the PRT approach. 98% of participants who received PRT treatment lowered their pain, and 2 out of 3 people who did this treatment got their pain into remission.

This workshop covers:

• The psychological and neurobiological processes that cause primary pain

• The PRT treatment framework

• Practical instruction about how to apply PRT principles to your life

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Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT) Crash Course

What to expect:

Pain reprocessing therapy (PRT) is an approach to pain management that focuses on simple techniques for “rewiring” the neural pathways in the brain to deactivate pain.

PRT focuses on the pain signaling system rather than the parts of the body where the pain is felt.  Dr. Yoni Ashar tested this approach in 2017, with his groundbreaking study affectionately known as The Boulder Back Study.

Dr. Ashar published his results in JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, clinically proving the effectiveness of the PRT approach. 98% of participants who received PRT treatment lowered their pain, and 2 out of 3 people who did this treatment got their pain into remission.

This workshop covers:

• The psychological and neurobiological processes that cause primary pain

• The PRT treatment framework

• Practical instruction about how to apply PRT principles to your life

About your hosts

Yoni Ashar, Ph.D.

Yoni Ashar, Ph.D.

Pain Psychologist, Clinical Advisor

Yoni is a clinical psychologist, neuroscientist, and father of three. Yoni’s research uses functional MRI brain imaging, natural language processing, and other tools to understand how mind and brain processes influence health and chronic pain. Yoni is an NIH-funded postdoctoral associate at Weill Cornell Medicine. He completed his doctorate at the University of Colorado Boulder. His research in chronic pain has been featured in several news outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and CBS.

Deb Malkin

Deb Malkin

Lin Health Coach

Deb is a plus-size, body-positive massage therapist, movement enthusiast, host of the "Move With Deb" Podcast, and client zero of her pain recovery coaching work. She's learned a lot about the body in her years of practicing bodywork, studying biomechanics, and the lymphatic system. She had an overnight experience with chronic pain relief that changed her mind understanding about pain forever. Her mission is for people of all sizes, abilities, and genders to feel at home in their bodies.

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