EMPOWERING MIND BODY TREATMENT
Mind body medicine has been growing in popularity. When used to treat
severe chronic pain from a variety of hard-to-treat medical conditions,
this form of medicine empowers patients with tools to eliminate or significantly
alleviate their symptoms — and reduce their need for opioid pain
Bradley Fanestil, MD, director of BCH’s new
Center for Mind Body Medicine. He’ll describe exciting developments in neuroscience that are leading
to a new understanding of how the brain works and providing a non-opioid
alternative for relieving severe chronic pain.
When Monday, July 29, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Where Boulder Jewish Community Center, 6007 Oreg Avenue
bchlectures.org/opioids • 303-415-4212