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SMW Workshop: Chronic Pain Management

Great news: You do not have to live with chronic pain.

Chronic pain can be debilitating, emotionally wrecking and have dramatic negative consequences on a person’s life. At the very least, it is an annoyance to daily living. Fortunately, what was not understood before about pain has been researched, revealed and put into action. Smart Move Wellness presents Chronic Pain Management through Neural Integration, a 3 session series geared to educate, rehabilitate and empower you to live a pain-free life.

What is neural integration?

Neural integration is a sensory input-based training developed to open up the communication pathways in the brain that may have become blocked due to stress, injury, poor movement habits, or other traumas. Neural blockages often lead to chronic pain. In short, this workshop will calibrate your major senses to function optimally, allowing for better brain function and therefore, less or zero pain. In this workshop you will learn about pain, your unique brain, and dozens of simple, neurologically based exercises for relieving chronic pain.

What will I get out of this workshop?

The goal of this workshop is to teach you the tools to manage and heal your chronic pain. As much as you will be learning about pain, you will be using what you have learned towards sequences, strategies and actionable steps towards pain-free living. Every exercise is simple, non-invasive and beneficial to your brain health.

Register here and reserve your spot today!

 

Headshot2Kiera Lucich is a neural integration specialist based in Salt Lake City, Utah. She’s the owner of Smart Move Wellness, a brain-based wellness company dedicated to educating and training people to heal chronic and trauma-associated pain. For more information visit smartmovewellness.com.

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