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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Chronic Pain can be Helped: Consider Dr. Danielle Rosenman

Hi Dr. Blake, 
I was reading your post on Calmare Therapy, and it triggered a desire to let you know about another brain-training-based therapeutic option here in the Bay Area that is working really well for a friend of mine with chronic pain from a cervical spine tumor surgery. 

Dr. Danielle Rosenman uses neuroplasticity principles to help patients with chronic pain retrain their brains themselves - no electrical stimulation equipment required.  I would suggest that you have a look and consider contacting Dr. Rosenman to discuss her treatment if you are asked for referrals for foot-based chronic pain.  I don't know more than this: my co-worker who had to leave her job because of the ongoing health issues from the tumor, the surgery, and the ongoing pain has gotten significant relief in only a few visits. I'm over the moon happy that I recommended Dr. Rosenman to her. 

For what it's worth,

Dr. Blake's reply: Yes, I know well of the excellent work of Dr. Danielle Rosenman. I will try to spread the word. She often gives workshops and I should attend one of them. 

1 comment:

  1. Thank you both! My groups, A Change of Mind: Neuroplastic Tools for Healing, will have new in-person (in Berkeley) and online sessions probably in late April or early May for people living with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, chronic illness.
    All the best,
    Danielle Rosenman


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