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OREGON PAIN SCIENCE ALLIANCE

You’re not alone in your search for pain relief. Hear success stories from those who have gained control of their chronic pain.

Feature Life Story Resource

Our most recent archive resource is Dr. Katie Smith, occupational therapist, discusses how she integrates the concepts of pain science into her clinical practice and her own life.

Dr. Smith describes the new paradigm is an understanding based on the tools of science. Her clinical process as an OT includes both psychoemotional and cognitive factors. Using a concept from REBT (Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) helps find where and how change can happen for a person.

Interested in learning more? Click on the button below for a complete review: Alliance evaluations, summary, synopsis, and transcript.

Story Table

Explore 5 curated elements of each resource. Our resource table helps you to find answers to your pain science questions quickly and easily. Click the button below to view Resource Table.

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Have a Story to Tell? – Everyone who changed from a belief that pain means damage at the pain location, has a story to tell. We’d like to hear your story.

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