Reclaim Your Health by Dr. Rachel Haviland & Genevieve Kohn 3 Simple Steps to Beating Anxiety
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3 Simple Steps to Beating Anxiety

Anxiety is not psychological!

Dr. David Hanscom shares how to overcome anxiety in 3 simple steps. Listen in to learn the truth about anxiety, what causes it and how to deal with it. It might sound too good to be true but Dr. Hanscom shares from his own experience with anxiety and the process he and his patients use to beat it for good!

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Listen in to learn:

  • The truth about what causes anxiety…and what doesn’t
  • What makes anxiety worse
  • A 3 step simple process you can use today to beat anxiety!

Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational purposes only. Do not stop taking or change the dose of any prescribed medication without the direction from your physician. If your symptoms persist, you should seek the advice of your physician. Please see full disclaimer below*

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Bio
Dr. David HanscomDr. David Hanscom is retired orthopedic spine surgeon who specialized in treating in complex spinal deformities. Much of his career was devoted to helping patients with prior failed spine surgeries. He practiced in Seattle, WA.

Training
His medical degree is from Loma Linda University in 1979. His orthopedic training was done at the University of Hawaii. He practiced from 1986 to 2018. His approach to chronic pain evolved from dealing with his own 15 years of suffering with it.

Structured Spine Care
Around 2001 he began to share his own stress management tools with his patients that were in pain but had no indications for surgery. By 2006 a structured pain treatment protocol evolved called the DOC (Direct your Own Care) project. His book, Back in Control: A Surgeon’s Roadmap Out of Chronic Pain is the basis of the program for both mental and physical pain. His website is www.backincontrol.com.

His new book, “Do You Really Spine Surgery – Advice from a Surgeon” will be released Fall 2019.

2019-10-24T17:24:45-04:00

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