Pain isn’t always a bad thing – it keeps you safe, warns you of impending danger, and keeps you off areas as they heal. But pain certainly impacts performance and your ability to show up in the world. On today’s episode, we are going behind the podium with Roeshan Shadravan, a coach, snowboarder, bodyworker, educator, skateboarder, teacher trainer, climber, surfer, gymnast, traveler, doctor of osteopathic medicine, and holistic healer.

Roeshan is the founder of San Diego Pain and Performance in North County San Diego. At San Diego Pain and Performance, she uses a full spectrum of therapeutic techniques to address the root cause of disharmony and miscommunication in the nervous system, joints, muscles, and the connective tissue system of the body. Additionally, she is a MELT Method practitioner. MELT is a self-massage technique that lengthens and heals connective tissue.

We cover:

  • How microcurrent can help process injury, inflammation, and pain
  • The difference between functional medicine and osteopathy
  • Why pain isn’t necessarily a bad thing
  • Why organ mobility matters
  • Why letting your brain assimilate to new things can help treatments last long after you’ve left the office
  • and more!

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