- What are the different types of pain that people experience. How are they different, and then, what is that common thread or threads that make them similar?
- What is the difference between acute pain and chronic pain?
- What happens biologically when someone experiences pain?
These were some of the questions I asked Dr. Didier Dimesmin. So especially if you or someone you know suffers from Chronic pain right now, then make sure you share this episode with them.
Dr. Didier Dimesmin is a New York city based double certified physician specializing in interventional minimally invasive pain management and regenerative medicine. He believes that each healing process composes mind, body and soul are all integrated.
Inspirational quote – What got you here, won’t get you there.
Alternative Practice – Interventional Pain Medicine
Health Tip – Be mindful of what’s going on in your life. Pain is very important process in a lot of medical conditions. Pain can be an indicator of something that is going on in your life, so be aware of what you’re feeling within your body.
Major Life Lesson – Don’t be afraid. The only barriers that are present, are the ones that you create in your mind. There are no physical barriers between you and your dreams.
Life Purpose – To be an educator, to be a teacher, and to be an influencer because I am part of society. I was blessed with the skills to be a good physician and to learn how to treat various illnesses. I believe that my calling is to be there to help fellow human beings not only improve in their health, but also to invest in their health and to be the best they can be.
- Best Advice – What got you here, won’t get you there. As you do things in your life, don’t be afraid to change and don’t be afraid to reinvent yourself.
- Personal Habit – I always allow myself to have a 30 to 40 minute bath every morning. The first 10 to 15 minutes are always spent to plan my day.
- Book Recommendation – Reversing the Senses: Increasing Your Internal Capacity to Lead and Achieve by Martin Hubbard
Learn more about Dr. Didier Demesmin at www.upmcnj.com/
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