Here is a podcast of an interview by Robert Rickover, Alexander Technique teacher in Nebraska, interviewing Dr. Theodore Steinman, MD, a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School and a pain management expert, specializing in polycystic kidney disease.
They discuss how the Alexander Technique is an educational process that helps people learn how to improve their use of themselves in daily activities and a byproduct of that is often pain reduction or alleviation. At the end of the interview Dr. Steinman reiterates that for all the people out their dealing with chronic and acute pain, be your own advocate and learn what you can that can help you. The Alexander Technique is one such method that you can learn for yourself that can make a difference in your daily life and activities. He points out that in addition to learning a technique that often helps with pain management and alleviation, the overall effects contribute to your entire life and well-being.
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