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Reinventing pain management with Brain Changer

Episode 297

Tina McIntosh is the founder of Brain Changer. After over a decade of suffering chronic pain, Tina was desperate for a solution, when she stumbled upon the work of Professor Lorimer Moseley and Dr David Butler and their book, Explain Pain.

Informed by their work, suddenly something in Tina clicked and after further research, she developed Brainchanger –  as a digital self-management system that puts neuroscience into pain management. The idea: to help people rethink their way to a pain-free existence.  Brain Changer was the ACT winner of our innova8rs competition and Tina is here today to share a little of her journey

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