A/Professor Melanie Noel discusses the profound connection between early childhood experiences and the way pain is experienced in adulthood.
Melanie Noel, is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Calgary, and she is at the forefront of pain psychology and pediatric pain research. With a wealth of knowledge and expertise, Melanie provides invaluable insights into understanding the intricate relationship between our early life experiences and the pain we encounter later in life.
In this captivating discussion, the episode delves into the concept of "pain memories" and how these memories are moulded by early life events. Melanie and Bart discuss the significance of this concept, highlighting its pivotal role in shaping pain management strategies.
As the conversation unfolds, the episode explores the practical applications of this knowledge. How can healthcare professionals, therapists, and individuals themselves harness this understanding to craft more effective and personalised pain management strategies? Melanie offers illuminating examples where the integration of early-life experiences into pain management has led to profound improvements in patients' lives.
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