Tactical Pain

Living with chronic pain due to Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, or other Chronic Illness can be life-changing. Finding support and information can help! In the battle against pain, we all fight together.

 

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Tactical Pain Episode 012 Ryan Stoick’s Story

 

This week Jeni Mc interviews Ryan Stoick, an entertainer with cerebral palsy.  Ryan describes his medical history and managing his life and health.  Ryan also talks about overcoming internal strife like fear and embarrassment that can come from chronic illness.  

Tactical Pain Episode 012 Ryan Stoick’s Story

Tactical Pain Episode 012 Ryan Stoick’s Story

This episode is sponsored by DiPSy Doodle Productions Voice Talent Dave Holly

https://www.dazzleshows.com/dipsy

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Tactical Pain Episode 011 Fisher Wallace Stimulator

This week Jeni Mc interviews Charles Fisher, a serial entrepreneur and the son of radio pioneer Avery Fisher.  Specifically, they talk about the Fisher Wallace Stimulator® as a possible option to reduce pain and depression.   

This episode is sponsored by DiPSy Doodle Productions Voice Talent Dave Holly

https://www.dazzleshows.com/dipsy

Fisher Wallace Stimulator®

https://www.fisherwallace.com/

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Tactical Pain Episode 010 Jen’s Story

This week our guest talks with host Jeni Mc about repetitive motion injuries, the chronic pain they can cause, and how traditional treatments like surgery are not always effective.  The two discuss how isolating pain can be and how finding others and a support network is crucial to persevering.

This episode is sponsored by DiPSy Doodle Productions Voice Talent Dave Holly

https://www.dazzleshows.com/dipsy

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Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic fatigue syndrome, repetitive motion injuries, surgery, Opioids, Medications, genetic testing, aromatherapy, comfort animals

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Tactical Pain Episode 009 Higher Ground Consulting Part 2

In part 2 Jeni sat down with Ryan Ostgaard for Higher Ground consulting to talk about cognitive therapy, what it is, and how it can help.  

Higher Ground Consulting

https://www.facebook.com/highergroundconsultant/

This episode is sponsored by DiPSy Doodle Productions Voice Talent Dave Holly

https://www.dazzleshows.com/dipsy

 

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Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Migraines, myalgic encephalomyelitis, Pain management, Jeni Mc, Robert Mehling, Ryan Ostgaard, psychology, life coaching, consulting, Higher Ground Consulting, mediation, sociology, Addiction, cognitive therapy, holistic medicine, stoicism, shame, guilt, family, isolation, post-exertion malaise

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Tactical Pain Episode 008 Higher Ground Consulting Part 1

 

Tactical Pain Episode 008 Higher Ground Consulting Part 1

This week Jeni sat down with Ryan Ostgaard for Higher Ground consulting to talk about mental strategies in dealing with all of life’s challenges including pain.

Higher Ground Consulting

https://www.facebook.com/highergroundconsultant/

http://www.highergroundconsultant.com/

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Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Migraines, myalgic encephalomyelitis, Pain management, Jeni Mc, Robert Mehling, Ryan Ostgaard, psychology, life coaching, consulting, Higher Ground Consulting, mediation, sociology, Addiction

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Tactical Pain Episode 007 Spa Utopia with Lucinda Larson

This week Jeni Mc meets with Lucinda Larson of Spa Utopia.  They different techniques that can be used to manage and reduce chronic pain with massage and Reiki.  Lucinda also offers advice for first-timers and the importance of stretching.  

This episode is sponsored by DiPSy Doodle Productions:

DiPSy Doodle Productions

DiPSy Doodle Productions

Spa Utopia

https://www.facebook.com/lucindalarson247/

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Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Migraines, myalgic encephalomyelitis, Pain management, Jeni Mc, Robert Mehling, Message, Lucinda Larson, Peace of Mind, BioMat, Reiki, stretching, aromatherapy, Hot Stones, touch

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Tactical Pain Episode 006 Acknowledging Pain Life Dynamics

Jeni Mc discusses vocalizing pain in a way that family and others who have not experienced chronic pain can empathize with.  

This episode is sponsored by DiPSy Doodle Productions:

DiPSy Doodle Productions

DiPSy Doodle Productions

 

OODA Loop

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Jeni Mc, Pain Management, Comfort, Quality of life, Mental Health, OODA Loop

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Tactical Pain Episode 005 Susan Meier with Sioux Falls Cryo


Jeni Mc confronts her fear of cold with Susan Meier from Sioux Falls Cryo.  Susan explains how for some people cryotherapy can help to reduce pain and help with recovery for athletes.  Originally developed as a rheumatoid arthritis treatment, cryo has helped many people reduce inflammation.

https://www.siouxfallscryo.com/

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Jeni Mc, Cryotherapy, Pain management, athletes, inflammation, Susan Meier, Cryosauna, Healing, recovery, aging, rheumatoid arthritis, fear, endorphins, compression therapy, non-invasive, maintenance

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Tactical Pain Episode 004 Dr Chris Lane

“Movement is Life.” – Dr. Chris Lane, Tea Chiropractic

This week Jeni sits down with Dr. Chris Lane from Tea Chiropractic to talk about treatment options for chronic pain.  Dr. Lane discusses how movement is important to health and how our modern lifestyle can interfere with that and also describes the difference in treating a pain patient vs a chronic pain patient.  

 

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Jeni Mc, Dr. Chris Lane, Tea Chiropractic, Light Tissue Work, Rehabilitation, Breathing Retraining, Weight Loss, Lifestyle, Chiropractic, Nutrition, Information Overload, Breathing, Sleeping, Hard Work, Mindfulness, Acupuncture, Opioid Epidemic, Allergy Panel, Food Sensitivity Testing

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Tactical Pain Episode 003 Amanda’s Story

Amanda was a care free 19 year old starting college when one day she found a lump on her leg that changed her life forever, and very nearly ended it.  Twelve years later she struggles with the the long term aftermath of the treatments that were used to save her and wrestles with the choices made for her by doctors and family during treatment.

 

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University of Minnesota, Cancer, Melanoma, Dermatology, malignant metastatic melanoma, Interferon, Research, Side Effects

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