Monthly Archives: June 2013

Part 2: A Hero’s Journey and Back from PTSD: Captain John Croucher, Platoon Leader of the PPCLI First Battalion

Officers endure 25 kilograms of body armor, a Kevlar helmet and a tactical vest gleaming with weaponry, heavy equipment on their backs, and regular army issue sunglasses and scarves pulled up over their faces to protect against the dust that … Continue reading

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A Hero’s Journey Part 1: Disarming PTSD & The Stigma of Occupational Stress Injuries

What is subjectivity?  Subjectivity, is a term used to determine a person’s perception, experience, feelings and beliefs. Most often, when it comes to chronic pain and mental health screening the “subjectivity” and indicators of risk, are still a large grey … Continue reading

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Chronic Pain Series Part 2: Mental Health and Chronic Pain

Even Superheroes have to deal with the stigma of pain and mental health. Hell, we know in this day and age running around in a speedo, tights and a cape will most likely, land you a night in the local … Continue reading

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RUN4ACAUSE JOINS THE BATTLE AGAINST CHRONIC PAIN

“Chronic pain had been a part of her life for as long as she could remember. Pain that stemmed from her back, pain that seemed to turn on and off like a light switch, progressively worse during times of high … Continue reading

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