Yoni Ashar is a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist. Yoni’s research uses brain imaging and other tools to understand how beliefs and emotions influence health, especially pain, and to develop novel neuroscience-based treatments for chronic pain. Yoni is a post-doctoral associate at Weil-Cornell Medicine and completed his doctorate at the University of Colorado.
In this episode, Eric and Yoni Ashar discuss the indicators of and evidence-based treatment for Neuroplastic Pain.
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Yoni Ashar and I Discuss Neuroplastic Pain and…
- The indicators of Neuroplastic Pain
- The difference between Short Term vs Chronic Pain
- Where the body pain lives in the brain
- The evolutionary role of pain in life
- The #1 thing that drives the Neuroplastic Pain network
- How you can eliminate pain by changing various mind-brain pathways
- The 3 habits that trigger fear and exacerbate pain
- Evidence-based ways to treat Neuroplastic Pain
- The problems that come from the brain’s misperception of threat to the body
- Somatic Tracking
- Ways to pay attention without fear
- Corrective Experience
- Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT)
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If you enjoyed this conversation with Yoni Ashar you might also enjoy these other episodes:
Living with Chronic Pain with Sarah Shockley
Living with Chronic Illness with Toni Bernhard
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