The Ghost in the Machine Webinar

INTRODUCING:

THE GHOST IN THE MACHINE

Is Musculoskeletal Medicine Lacking Soul?

A Webinar with Paul Chek & Matthew Wallden

   
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The Ghost in the Machine Webinar

INTRODUCING:

THE GHOST IN THE MACHINE

Is Musculoskeletal Medicine Lacking Soul?

A Webinar with Paul Chek & Matthew Wallden
   
Register Now For Free
   

Did you miss the webinar? No problem!

Now you can watch the replay of this landmark webinar! And if you haven’t seen it yet, you need to.

Why? Because the evidence is in – the traditional approach to musculoskeletal pain has failed.

This failure has two causes:

  1. The way that the traditional medical approach conceives of the human body

  2. The assumptions by the traditional medical approach about what can “legitimately” cause musculoskeletal damage and pain

Put these two factors together and you’re left with an approach that is generally incapable of diagnosing and resolving the real causes behind our musculoskeletal challenges.

But what’s the argument for those two points?

Where is the evidence?

And what are health and fitness professionals to do if this is all true?

Watch the replay as Paul Chek and Matthew Wallden answer all of these questions in The Ghost in the Machine – Is Musculoskeletal Medicine Lacking Soul?

The first half of the webinar is a deep dive into the complexity of disease and how our human experiences can “sensitize” us, making us vulnerable to injury or illness.

   Central Sensitization   

In the second part of the webinar, Paul and Matthew explore how ancient medicinal traditions offer a different – and more helpful – perspective on the nature of pain and its underlying causes.

In specific, over the course of the webinar you will learn:

  • The scientific evidence demonstrating why the traditional approach to musculoskeletal pain is a dead-end

  • How human experience can be an important causal factor in musculoskeletal pain

  • How our experiences can “sensitize” us, setting us up for injury and illness

  • Why dance can be a powerful tool for the resolution of pain and promotion of wellbeing

  • One powerful reason why compliance with self-help approaches such as exercise, nutrition and sleep is so poor

  • Why biopsychosocial medicine may offer a unique and more useful approach to musculoskeletal pain

  • Why ancient medicinal traditions such as traditional Chinese medicine and shamanism can offer a path towards genuine pain resolution

If you work with clients who are suffering from musculoskeletal pain or you’re suffering from it yourself, we promise, this is essential viewing!

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