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#6 The Difference Between Pain and Injury - Interview with Dr. Jonathan Fass

The Difference Between Pain and InjuryDid you know that your mental and environmental issues can significantly affect your physical pain? We often don’t think of how the fear of moving our backs or knees in a certain way can cause or play into the very thing we’re trying to avoid. In this episode, Marianne speaks with Dr. Jonathan Fass, a doctor of physical therapy, board-certified orthopedics, and has recently completed his fellowship in orthopedics in manual physical therapy. He talks about the difference between pain and injury, plus what causes pain. Listen in to learn the importance of moving your body in individualized motions that feel good for you, even if they don’t fulfill everyone’s ideals. You will also learn about pain and why nonspecific pain isn’t always a threat. What You Will Learn:·        [1:38] Jonathan describes injury as tissue damage and pain as a signal of threat, and the difference between the two.·        [5:05] Understanding the origin of pain and how it acts as information to the system.·        [8:17] How to figure out knee pain during exercise which will help you understand its seriousness. ·        [11:05] How to do a perfect squat and movements that feel better for your body. ·        [15:58] Why exercising should be based on individual goals and not necessarily on ideas of what you should or shouldn’t do. ·        [20:04] Understanding the biopsychosocial model of pain- how your physical, psychological, and social aspects affect your pain perception.·        [26:47] Differentiating between the nonspecific back pain and when pain is caused by injuries. ·        [35:30] How to allow people to explore their body movements and move differently in what feels good to them as a trainer. ·        [39:58] The importance of incorporating adaptive movement variations when you understand the things your body can or cannot do. ·        [43:42] How your psychological and environmental threats can cause you significant physical pain. [52:37] Jonathan advises you to find movements that make you feel good and stay healthy, rather than to “avoid harm”. Get the transcript: a review on apple podcast:

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After over 15 years in the health and fitness fields, Cardiac Nurse turned Personal Trainer, Marianne Kane explores the journey from believing you're broken, dysfunctional, and ill-equipped to a place of believing you come equipped with exactly what you need for your next step.Your host discusses topics that will help lessen the burden of "getting it all right" and create freedom to be your truest and fullest "fit self", inside and out, just as you are.