We are thrilled to have Greg Lehman back on the show!  Greg is a Canadian physiotherapist, chiropractor, and strength and conditioning specialist who educates on a global scale about the relationship between pain and psychosocial factors.  In addition to running a clinical practice, Greg maintains a robust teaching schedule offering his course on reconciling treatment biomechanics with pain science in locations all over the world.

As a follow up to Greg’s first interview, this discussion dives deeper into pain science and how to treat musculoskeletal disorders, pain and injuries within the biopsychosocial model. Greg and Kathryn discuss the many psychosocial factors that can affect pain and how we can use this information to understand pain as well as treat it.  They also discuss how to use and prescribe strength training, yoga, and novel movement to address pain but also the idea that if something hurts, it may be ok to just stop doing it.  Greg talks about joint centration and if lack of “good” alignment means we are compensating for something.  This episode is packed with so many take-aways for practitioners, movement educators, yoga teachers and people that deal with pain.

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GregLehman.com – download Greg’s free e-book on pain science to learn more and explore your relationship to pain.

 

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