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April 8th, 2023

Overcoming Chronic Pain That Accompanies Eating Disorders

  1. Overcoming Chronic Pain That Accompanies Eating Disorders TNCRadio.Live 51:00

More women than you think struggle with eating disorders. Weight gain can cause a lot of chronic pain even after you lose weight. This is because eating disorders cause an imbalance in the nervous system and elevates the stress response. All of this is very misunderstood. Dr. Kelly Kessler had a battle with weight gain and chronic back pain that led her to help others. She has designed a four-step Eating Disorder Pain Solutions method to help women. She holds a doctorate in physical therapy and is the host of the Rewiring Health Podcast. Be sure to tune into this episode of Women Road Warriors when Shelley Johnson and Kathy Tuccaro learn what women need to know to overcome eating disorders and conquer pain. Learn how our nervous system causes pain and how to relieve it. Please subscribe to our podcast. It’s free.

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Shelley Johnson Women Road Warriors Podcast

Women Road Warriors is a show designed to empower and inspire women in all professions and walks of life. It is hosted by Shelley M. Johnson and Kathy Tuccaro. Shelley is a seasoned talk show host, broadcaster, journalist, writer, and producer whose voice has been heard in major markets across North America. Kathy Tuccaro is a woman's advocate and motivational speaker in Canada who empowers women and girls around the world with her powerful messages. She drives the world's biggest truck in the oil fields of Canada as her regular job.

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