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Mary Free Bed psychologist publishes book to help manage chronic pain

Dr. Evan Parks - Book Photo

Dr. Evan Parks can now add “book author” to his list of contributions to help people understand and manage their pain. After its July 28 release, “Chronic Pain Rehabilitation: Active Pain Management that Helps You Get Back to the Life You Love” rose to the top of the self-help and stress management categories on Amazon….


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Pitcher Bryce Baker credits Pain Center with restoring hope

UPDATE: Bryce Baker is continuing to pursue his dream of playing baseball professionally, and he credits Mary Free Bed’s Pain Center with providing him with the tools to do it. Bryce recently paid a visit to the Pain Center to see his team and to share that he’s off all pain medication. In the video…


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Mary Free Bed Pain Center Highlight Videos (Parts 5-8)

In this 12-part Mary Free Bed Pain Center video series, Dr. Eddie O’Connor explains what you can expect during your 6-12 week journey at the Mary Free Bed Pain Center. Our team is here to teach you how to interact with and overcome your pain so that you can get back to the life you want live….


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Mary Free Bed Pain Center Highlight Videos (Parts 1-4)

In this 12-part Mary Free Bed Pain Center video series, Dr. Eddie O’Connor explains what you can expect during your 6-12 week journey at the Mary Free Bed Pain Center. Our team is here to teach you how to interact with and overcome your pain so that you can get back to the life you…


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The Pain Center helps working mom find relief from stress headaches

For many folks, headaches are often more annoying than painful. But for Kathy Dahms, the pain of her constant headaches was enough to interfere with her daily routine and enjoyment of life. “I don’t remember what it felt like to not have a headache,” Kathy says after being treated at The Pain Center at Mary Free…


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“I have everything to gain”

Dr. Hudson told Kim Ball on her first visit to The Pain Center at Mary Free Bed that she would be feeling better in four weeks. After 15 years of nausea, dizziness, and missed work, Kim wanted to be hopeful, but it was hard. She was misdiagnosed by her doctors for many years. She explored…


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