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THE ROAD TO RELIEF

Therapeutic Strategies For Pain Management

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Each of us, at some point in our lives, will have to manage pain in varying degrees. On the spectrum of pain or discomfort, can you categorize yours as injury-related or chronic? Mild to severe? Regardless of classification, it can affect your quality of life and interfere with your well-being. Take a fully integrative look at how best to reduce or manage your pain with experts in medicine, life management, massage, physical therapy, acupuncture and more.

Inspired by the 30-year LEC experience at Canyon Ranch in Tucson, combining the essential elements of community, championship and curriculum.

MEET THE TEAM

Lenox Medical Director Cindy Geyer, MD, and Tucson Medical Director Stephenen Brewer, MD, lead the way on the road to pain relief. Read more about your guiding experts below.

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medicine and men’s health. Dr. Brewer leads numerous presentations on a variety of topics including cognitive vitality, integrative medicine, preventive cardiology, men’s health, medical weight loss, peak performance and health in moderation.

ABOUT GERRY LINK, PT

Gerry Link's extensive post-graduate experience in evaluation and treatment of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal dysfunction makes him an asset in education and rehabilitation for a wide range of guests. He specializes in postural re-education, spine care, osteopathic technique, myofacial release, craniosacral technique, joint and soft tissue mobilization, exercise prescription, sports medicine and electrotherapy.

ABOUT CHRISTINA MEUCCI, MS, ATC, CES

Christina Meucci looks to inspire people to be active and enjoy life despite physical limitations. The goal of her sessions is to reduce an individual's pain

ABOUT CINDY GEYER, MD

Dr. Cindy Geyer is a physician, wife and mother of twin boys. She understands first-hand the challenges many women face in trying to balance life and the impact of health and well-being. As the Medical Director in Lenox, Dr. Geyer continues to advance the tradition of excellence upheld in medicine, wellness, and prevention. Her specialties include women’s health, wellness, and integrative and preventative approaches. Dr. Geyer also speaks nationally on these topics.

ABOUT STEPHEN BREWER, MD

Dr. Stephen Brewer completed his undergraduate education from Ohio State University, and he received his medical degree from the Medical College of Ohio. Dr. Brewer is also certified in medical acupuncture from the University of California, Los Angeles, and he completed training in integrative medicine at the University of Arizona. His specialties include family medicine, integrative medicine, preventive

by evaluating biomechanics, strength and range of motion. She emphasizes the importance of proper biomechanics for injury prevention and utilizes different techniques such as myofascial release, tissue inhibition, tissue activation and integrative movement to achieve results.

ABOUT JEFF ROSSMAN, PHD

Dr. Rossman is a clinical psychologist who has directed the Life Management department at Canyon Ranch since 1993. As a clinician, consultant and educator, Dr. Rossman is dedicated to helping individuals, couples and families flourish. He uses a variety of techniques to help people remove inner obstacles and enhance their strengths, including goal-setting, mindfulness, hypnosis, biofeedback, EMDR and meditation. He specializes in treating mood issues, insomnia and addictive behaviors, and helping people embrace healthy ways of exercising, eating, sleeping, and managing stress to perform at their peak.

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Event Highlights

Take a close look at the powerful role restorative sleep, nutrition, Chinese medicine, exercise (and even creative expression) play in reducing pain, improving mood and enhancing recovery. Explore how movement patterns and structural challenges, such as arthritis, can affect your pain level – and how they can be addressed.

INFLAMMATION – THE MAIN OFFENDER
Dr. Geyer and Dr. Brewer deliver unparalleled perspectives about the complex nature of pain. They offer insights about getting to the source of inflammation and finding solutions through medicine, diet, acupuncture, physical therapy, breath-based practices and more.
PAIN, STRESS & MOOD – BREAKING THE CYCLE
The Institute for Chronic Pain defines Central Sensitization as a condition of the nervous system that is associated with the development and maintenance of chronic pain and regulates in a persistent state of high reactivity. Dr. Brewer dissects this heightened state, offers tools for building adaptability and Dr. Rossman suggests practices for fine-tuning your thoughts to manage pain with mental resilience.
STRUCTURE & MOVEMENT PATTERNS – FINDING THE RIGHT FIX
Our myriad of specialists may help you to determine if your pain patterns may have developed from poor posture, positioning or repetitive motion. Experts in Chinese Medicine, nutrition, physical therapy, and athletic training combine expertise to share various remedies for the treatment and management of what ails you.
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