Graduating from Chronic Pain: Every Patient’s Right

LEXINGTON How does chronic pain change a patient? How can a patient change their relationship to chronic pain? If you

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A Founding Member of Treating Pain

LEXINGTON For some people, acute or chronic pain is a fact of life. A New England Journal of Medicine article

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A Mile in Their Shoes

LEXINGTON It sounds like the beginning of a riddle: What do you call a physical therapist who doesn’t treat patients?

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Physical Therapy can Address Developmental Delays in Children

LOUISVILLE As children grow and develop, we marvel in the developmental trail they blaze, often taking for granted the complex

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Physical Therapy – Medicine in Motion

LEXINGTON Jason Goumas, PT, CSAS, has more than 20 years of diverse experience in physical therapy, mostly in the outpatient

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Events – Jun 2018

LEXINGTON MEDICAL SOCIETY HEARS LEGISLATIVE RECAP FROM SENATOR RALPH ALVARADO, MD LEXINGTON The May 8, 2018 dinner meeting of the

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Events – Dec 2017

Yes, Mamm! Has Record Crowd and Beautiful Weather NICHOLASVILLE The 3rd annual Yes, MAMM! 5K run/walk which benefits the Saint

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That’s Not Normal

LOUISVILLE Given the sheer volume of commercials and advertisements for incontinence products on TV and in the media, it’s easy

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Kentucky Pain Society Presents “Connecting Pain Professionals”

LEXINGTON The Kentucky Pain Society (KPS), a non-profit interdisciplinary group of healthcare providers treating chronic pain in the Commonwealth of

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A Champion for Pelvic Dysfunction

LOUISVILLE Sixteen years ago, Susan Dunn, PT, launched her private physical therapy practice and began treating a subset of patients

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