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Video: Redefining Pain

Dr. Kevin Cuccaro, Pain Specialist & Consultant, defines pain and introduces three components of the pain triangle to encourage people to think about pain and pain treatment differently.

Video: ACT Beyond Pain Program

Program creator and facilitator, Lianne Dyche, provides an overview of ACT Beyond Pain. The program uses modern pain science and evidence-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to guide students in an understanding of pain, and in developing tools with which to change their respective pain experiences.

Video: ACT Beyond Pain Program participant (Angelic Brower)

ACT Beyond Pain Program participant, Angelic Brower, discusses the life-changing accident she experienced and how this program helped her get beyond the pain and get her life back.

Video: ACT Beyond Pain Program participant (Karen Schultz)

ACT Beyond Pain Program participant, Karen Schultz, shares her personal story of a tragic, life-changing event and how the tools from this program helped her move beyond the pain and transform her life.

Video: ACT Beyond Pain Program participant (Cindy Orr)

ACT Beyond Pain Program participant, Cindy Orr, shares her story of illness and how this program helped her train her mind to think differently and move through the pain.

Video: It's time to rethink persistent pain

Professor Lorimer Moseley, from the University of South Australia, explains chronic pain and how you can change how you think about pain. 

Video: The mystery of chronic pain

In his TED Talk, Elliot Krane talks about the complexity of pain and why it makes sense to think about chronic pain as a disease.

Video: Providers' Clinical Support System discuss the importance of medication assisted treatment

Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS) discuss the importance of medication assisted treatment in opioid use disorder (OUD) and the opioid epidemic. They also discuss the need for primary care providers to begin treating opioid use disorder patients.

Video: Managing chronic pain without drugs

As the damage of opioids becomes clear, doctors are increasingly looking for alternatives for managing pain. Biofeedback can reduce chronic pain, so can mindfulness training and yoga, Miles O'Brien reports.

Video: Face to Face with the Prescription Opioid Crisis

Each year 22,000 people die from prescription opioid overdoses. The National Safety Council shows that behind every statistic is a face, a person, and a story.